The high-speed cameras are getting less expensive, and even tiny police departments have them. That means your car's location is being recorded and saved in a database.
Study by Consumer Federation of America shows that those with less education and lower level jobs pay higher premiums.
Buy it, and it's incredibly expensive; look for a bargain price, and you could be buying a fake policy. So the drivers in this strapped city don't have good options.
Rate evasion raises car insurance rates for everyone. And soon, in at least one state, it may be against the law.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has released a report on which communities are most -- and least -- vulnerable to car theft. The safest place? Maui, Hawaii.
Whether your car was barely scratched or badly damaged, you have some decisions ahead.
Call it walking while intexticated. Many Americans admit to walking while looking at a mobile device. And most of the offenders know that such behavior carries a heavy risk.
If your kid is coming home -- or going away -- your insurer needs to know. Failure to let them know could result in having a claim denied -- and informing them just might result in a discount.
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