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Your insurance policies probably include coverage you've never thought about. Don't lose out by not knowing you can make an insurance claim!
- 5 good reasons to buy a more expensive policy
Why you should look beyond price when you buy auto or homeowners insurance.
- 5 questions to ask your car insurance agent
Asking the right questions when you get car insurance quotes can save you money and frustration.
- Auto insurers prepare for self-driving cars and frayed nerves
Insurers like State Farm are trying to stay ahead of the fast-moving developments in autonomous vehicles.
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- Car insurance and registration when you move
Missing or ignoring the deadline to transfer your paperwork could prove costly.
- Car insurance customers feeling dissatisfied
The latest survey by J.D. Power and Associates shows a significant drop in customer satisfaction ratings.
- Car insurance customers who seem unlikely to switch might be charged…
Maybe loyalty doesn't pay. Reports suggest car insurers will raise rates on customers who seem unlikely to switch companies.
- Car insurance for blind drivers (you heard that right)
A new prototype car will help blind people drive. Can car insurance for blind drivers be far behind?
- Car insurance for high-risk drivers
How do you get labeled a high-risk driver – and how can you regain your good name in order to save money on car insurance?
- Car warranties versus auto insurance
Understand the differences so you don't buy the wrong thing.
- Cheeseheads trying to cope with new Wisconsin auto insurance laws
This year ushered in a time of great insurance confusion in Wisconsin.
- Designated driver services keep drunks off the road but put strangers…
Quick – which would you choose: Driving home sloshed or handing your car keys to a NYC cabbie?
- Determining which drivers must be listed on your car insurance policy
You’re responsible for problems when others drive your car. Having the right coverage will protect you.
- Does your 5-year-old need full auto insurance coverage?
Today’s on-the-go kids have their own little wheels but still need Mom and Dad’s insurance.
- Don’t let your kids ride-share with your car
Know what’s in store when your kids click "agree" on a ride-sharing app.
- Driverless cars on the horizon, but insurers pulling up the rear
Auto insurers’ current ways of assessing customers and pricing policies will soon be obsolete.
- Erie Insurance makes astounding promise: No rate increases
Erie's new program lets you lock in car insurance rates indefinitely.