Driving well won't guarantee the lowest auto insurance rates if your credit isn't up to par.
Estimates say nearly 28,000 Americans will be injured on the road this holiday season and more than 25 will die. But neither Christmas nor New Year's is the most dangerous holiday.
Good news for the nearly 86 million who will be driving: Gas prices will likely remain low.
One in five drivers say they are ready for robot cars, and cheaper insurance could sway even more to hand over the wheel.
From employment prospects to insurance rates, being caught driving under the influence can have lasting consequences.
Halloween pranks can lead to vandalism that damages your vehicle. If you have comprehensive coverage you'll be covered.
Nosh while you can. You can't text but you can still eat. So we went ahead and ranked the foods for you in order of ease of edibility while behind the wheel.
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