02.26.16

Car Insurance in Oregon

Oregon’s auto insurance premiums hover just above the national average, but new state laws may drive those costs even higher in the coming years. Luckily

02.26.16

Car Insurance in Oklahoma

We’re paying a lot for auto insurance in Oklahoma. Our state’s many uninsured drivers push the average premium more than 20 percent above the national

02.26.16

Car Insurance in Vermont

Vermont residents luck out with some of the most affordable auto insurance in the nation. We’ve got some of the lowest rates of uninsured drivers

02.26.16

Car Insurance in Washington

Washington has one of the highest rates of uninsured drivers in the nation — which makes having quality coverage all the more important. The good

02.26.16

Car Insurance in Arkansas

Shopping for cheap car insurance in Arkansas is quick, easy, and can save you a bundle. With insurance rates 7 percent below the national average

02.26.16

Car Insurance in New Jersey

I’ve got bad news and I’ve got good news. New Jersey’s high population density and no-fault system drives monthly auto insurance premiums $40 above the

02.26.16

Car Insurance in Arizona

Arizona has an exceptionally low liability requirement for car insurance and that means rates in the state are 25 percent lower than the national average.

02.26.16

Car Insurance in North Carolina

In North Carolina we’ve got it pretty good — we pay the lowest car insurance rates in the nation. The state legislature has the power to

02.26.16

Car Insurance in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is one of the few states in the country that doesn’t require its citizens to purchase auto insurance. (Live Free or Die, am

02.26.16

Car Insurance in South Dakota

South Dakota ranks high as an affordable state to insure your vehicle — it has some of the cheapest rates in the nation. But no matter

02.26.16

Car Insurance in New York

New York is home to big-city traffic, a no-fault insurance system, and a lot of auto insurance fraud — all of which increase drivers’ overall

02.26.16

Car Insurance in Wisconsin

Big competition and a low population density puts the typical Wisconsin auto insurance premium more than 20 percent below the national average, which equates to

02.26.16

Car Insurance in Florida

The combination of Florida’s no-fault laws, subtropical weather, and high percentage of elderly drivers make it the fourth most expensive state for auto insurance. And

02.24.16
Car Insurance in West Virginia

Car Insurance in West Virginia

West Virginia holds a peculiar record: It has the most deer-vehicle collisions per capita. That’s not something to be proud of, but it shouldn’t worry

02.14.16
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Five Things You Could Afford If You Didn’t Buy a New Car

America’s love affair with cars has reached critical mass. According to Experian’s quarterly “State of the Automotive Finance Market,” the average car payment for a

02.10.16
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Five Monthly Bills You Could Live Without

When people finally decide they want to get ahead financially, most choose one of two strategies: They either look for ways to earn more money, or they

02.01.16
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Why No One Should Get an 84-Month Car Loan (Ever)

Experian’s quarterly “State of the Automotive Finance Market” report gets worse each time I read it, and the third-quarter summary for 2015 (the most recent available)

01.29.16

The Simple Dollar Guide to Auto Loans

Getting an auto loan isn’t as tricky as securing a mortgage, since the lending criteria are a bit more flexible. But you still want to

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