They're marketed as a reward for years of safe driving, but the premiums are slightly higher than those for traditional policies. Here's what the experts have to say.
You can drive, but you can't hide from telematics, the system in your car that tracks your every move. Is this a good thing? Insurance companies think so.
Using data from Experian's Intelliview tool and the U.S. Census, we take a look at the car-hungry states taking out auto loans.
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If you're turning 50 this year, you qualify for an AARP membership, but is it worth it? Can you get senior discounts without joining?
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In a tax case, a US judge ruled that the agency's published guidelines don't hold up in court.
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