Small town in Idaho says if you text while crossing a street, you'll pay a fine.
Sure, the beach scenery is hard to resist. But is it worth a few hundred dollars extra on your car insurance bill?
Insurance can provide peace of mind, but policies often come with catches -- a lot of catches.
California and other states suspect that life insurance companies haven't done enough to verify when policyholders have died and track down beneficiaries.
The best way to keep car insurance premiums low is to not commit moving violations.
Looking for help after the government intentionally floods your land? If you don't have flood insurance, you may be out of luck.
Where you live is a factor in what you'll pay, but there are ways to lower your bill no matter where you are.
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