Insurance fraud on the part of consumers is all-too-common, and causes higher auto insurance rates for honest drivers.
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Drivers in the Lone Star State who are renewing their policies soon will see that the state-set minimum car insurance coverages have risen.
A recent report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) indicates that one of the big driving factors (no pun intended) behind the rise in auto insurance rates is car theft.
Changes to Ontario’s auto insurance that take effect Wednesday will provide less coverage for the same cost, critics say.
Auto insurance is a requirement that you can not afford to be without. If you doubt that, just turn on the news and see what sort of troubled Toyota’s been getting into lately.
The future of auto insurance is online, with consumers shopping and researching in larger numbers than ever before. According to a recent Forrester report, nearly 64 percent of adults will do research and request a quote online…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahomans can use a new Web site to check if their insurance company has verified their auto policy with the state, public safety officials announced Tuesday.
No-fault auto insurance, which was designed to lower auto insurance rates, has actually increased costs because medical claims in these cases are rising “sharply,” according to a new study.
Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty has issued cease and desist order to three entities, including Sunrise-based National Automotive Services and its subsidiaries, for selling services without a license.
Cost-sensitive Floridians have another increase to worry about: The price for auto insurance is trending up.