Car insurance has a mission: Keep an accident from turning into financial disaster. Knowing what most drivers buy can be a good place to start.
Knowing the implications of car insurance while away at school should be on your college prep checklist.
Your teenager probably still has a lot to learn about operating a motor vehicle.
Emergency room researchers asked parents what they do when they’re driving.
Your car's vehicle identification number (VIN) may look random, but it is anything but.
After a wreck, a fire or a storm, watch out for unsolicited offers of help. Let your insurance company earn its money instead.
Medical bills can cause a financial pile-up months after you are in a car wreck.
Looking to save money fast? Survey shows where the big savings are: Car insurance and cellphones.
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