Where you live is a factor in what you'll pay, but there are ways to lower your bill no matter where you are.
That's the difference young drivers can expect to find between the lowest auto insurance quote and the next lowest. The gap is also large for older drivers.
The highest medical and work loss costs were in California, with $4.16 billion. The lowest were in Vermont.
What's love got to do with it? Getting hitched can save you serious cash. Let us count the ways.
Safety sells, but only some of the newest features are well-tested.
New cars damaged in a crash are more likely to be sidelined by a parts shortage caused by the crises in Japan.
It can cost $14,000 a year for insurance on a Huayra, $1.4 million Italian sports car. And that's only if you don't drive it.
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