Research done to see what happens to your insurance rate if you have a DUI, an accident, or a speeding ticket.
Every year we make resolutions - to eat healthier, to work out more, to spend more time with family and friends... Well, don't forget to put assessing your car insurance needs on that list of resolutions. Certainly protecting yourself and your family des
You’ve just been in a car accident. What happens now? After police reports have been filed, insurance companies notified and, assuming nobody was injured, your next big step is to file a car insurance claim…and wait.
Do aging drivers represent a disproportionate number of accidents, and if so, what is the impact of that on everyone’s car insurance?
It’s bad enough to have your car stolen, but adding insult to injury is to have it recovered stripped to the frame…or to walk out one morning and find that your airbags, headlamps and catalytic converted have been boosted. Theft of this type is typically
Auto insurance for teenage drivers is high because the statistics show young drivers to be poor risks. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety claims that your 16-year-old driver is six times more likely to be in an accident than drivers age 30 to 59.
Having a current car insurance policy is more than a necessary expense; it’s also the responsible thing to do.
Armed with actuarial tables, auto insurance companies can scientifically calculate their level of risk. Many factors and variables play a role in calculating your risk as potential holder of an auto insurance policy.
When the holidays come around, the scammers come out of the woodwork. They like to take advantage of the goodwill, trust and mental distraction that abounds at this time of year. A favorite target is your automobile, or more to the point, the cash they ca