A new survey shows that a large majority of drivers would let their insurance company install the device in their cars in exchange for a price discount.
We all make silly, sometimes costly mistakes. For instance, how many of you have left a cellphone in an airport bathroom stall?
Assigning fault can be difficult when more than 100 cars are involved. Here are the steps you should take to make sure your damage is covered.
Chances are you won't get to film a meteor, as drivers in Russia did, but installing a dashboard-mounted camera may protect you from idiots and scammers.
A new study finds that you may pay more for car insurance than someone who earns more money than you, even if you're accident-free.
New technologies like advanced safety features and driverless cars could make the way insurance is now priced and sold obsolete.
Think twice before choosing your credit card’s rental car protection plan over optional insurance. You might not be as covered as you think.
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