One in five drivers say they are ready for robot cars, and cheaper insurance could sway even more to hand over the wheel.
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Halloween pranks can lead to vandalism that damages your vehicle. If you have comprehensive coverage you'll be covered.
If you live in a state where accidents involving deer are common, you might want to lower your deductible on your comprehensive coverage.
Sure it's a little pricier than a conventional car, but think of the perks: tax credits, rebates, and discounts. And the eco-street cred? Priceless.
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.
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