• Guide to Teen Car Insurance and Driver Safety

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. We all know teen drivers pose a higher risk behind the wheel than older drivers with more experience, but most teens and parents aren’t aware of what those risks mean. High auto insurance premiums might be the least of a parent’s worries if …

  • Insuring Your Motorcycle: A Beginner’s Guide

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. It’s no secret riding a motorcycle poses a serious risk to the rider, and most riders are aware that motorcycle accidents are more likely to result in injury or death than car accidents. But most people don’t consider the hard facts: According to …

  • Car Insurance for Classic, Luxury, and Exotic Cars

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. Whether it’s the first vintage hot-rod or roadster you saw as a young kid, or a sleek sports car fit for the track, every car enthusiast dreams of the handful of cars they’ll keep in their garage. Some dream of luxury cars costing …

  • Insuring Your Alternative Car

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. Looming on the horizon is a future of high gas prices and disuse for most cars on the road today. More and more drivers are getting on board with alternatively-powered vehicles, and thus, more manufacturers are offering vehicle models outfitted with alternative engines …

  • The Car Insurance Bump: How Much Tickets Actually Cost You

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. When assessing your rates and monthly premiums, an insurer’s goal is to gauge your overall risk of causing an accident. Certain demographic factors like age, income, education and location point to certain driving habits, such as night time driving, commuting in heavy traffic, …

  • Car Insurance Facts: When Collision Coverage Is Worth It

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. When it comes to paying for damage to your own vehicle, the first line of defense against auto accidents is collision coverage. Many drivers are convinced they’ll never wreck their own vehicle, or that they’ll never be involved in an accident, but market …

  • Car Insurance After a DUI: What You Need To Know

    Updated: March 28, 2014 You did something stupid and you got caught. Or someone you know did something stupid and got caught. Fortunately, if you’re reading this, the person involved is still alive and likely didn’t injure anyone else. That means it’s time to start driving again (responsibly). You might need a new car insurance …

  • Choosing an Auto Body Shop that Works for You and Your Insurance

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. If you’ve been in an accident, it’s important to know that auto body shops have your best interests in mind – and the same goes for doctors. Unfortunately, some body shops and doctors – the ones that tend to favor insurance companies – …

  • How Aftermarket Parts Affect Your Car Insurance

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. Everyone likes to save a few bucks these days – including insurance companies. When making car repairs, there’s a temptation to purchase generic parts, often referred to as “aftermarket” or “performance” parts, rather than the parts made by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), …

  • DIY Modification and Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Car Insurance Rates Low

    For More Articles on Car Insurance, Visit Our Car Insurance Resource Center. After you’ve shopped and scoured for the best discounts, the lowest rates, and the most cost-effective coverage you can find, what else can you do to save money on your insurance premiums? The simple answer harkens back to an old adage: An ounce …