Some drivers aren't totally truthful about how far they drive and how often, meaning they're underpaying for car insurance.
Auto insurers tout low rates -- even as their rates rise. How to get the real deal.
Technology has allowed a company to match TV viewing habits with ownership of specific makes and models of cars.
Clubs raise prices, but less-publicized perks may offer extra savings.
A new program could let you earn some money when you're not using your vehicle.
Congress agreed on a short-term fix, and chances are good for a 5-year renewal of the National Flood Insurance Program. But it likely means higher premiums.
Luckily a ticket for violating the new law won't affect your car insurance rates.
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