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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 shows how difficult it is to get a price quote for a common medical procedure.
Homeowners insurance will pay for damage to your roof or the wreckage caused by frozen pipes -- if you use due diligence.
Whether insurance pays for additional living expenses if your home becomes uninhabitable depends on how the damage occurred. If it's flooding, you're likely on your own unless FEMA steps in.
New technologies like advanced safety features and driverless cars could make the way insurance is now priced and sold obsolete.
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