'What's your sign?' is more than just a cheesy pickup line -- it might be an insight into your driving record.
The tab for a brief instant of inattention? More than $1,900 so far.
Imagine how you'd feel if your mortgage lender bought a new homeowners insurance policy for your home -- then billed you $33,000.
There's no proven link between credit histories and insurance claims, and insurance scoring often can be random and unfair. It's time to limit the practice.
Figuring out how much insurance you can afford is a good place to start.
Speeding is as dangerous as it is costly, but some say speed traps are meant to raise money -- not protect the public good.
Everyone knows the standard advice about reducing premiums. Here are some less obvious suggestions.
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