Cars with No Proof of Insurance Would Be Towed under SC Bill

February 15, 2012

A bill introduced to the South Carolina Legislature would require police to tow vehicles that are not covered by an auto insurance policy.

Fewer Mich. Thefts Don’t Necessarily Mean Auto Insurance Price Cut

February 3, 2012

Insurance companies tend to rely on internal claims data, rather than government figures.

Survey Shows Auto Insurance Companies Responding to Consumer’s Needs

February 2, 2012

A new J.D. Power survey suggests increased communication can neutralize the effects of longer repair times.

New Stats Provide Insight into Louisiana’s Auto Insurance Situation

January 25, 2012

Louisianians’ high claims rates may account for their high car insurance prices.

Wisconsin Auto Insurance Rate Reduction Should Prompt Coverage Reevaluation

December 24, 2011

State Farm consumers in Wisconsin will be seeing a price cut and will need to decide whether to pocket the savings or reinvest it in greater protection.

More Effective GDL Programs Could Help Auto Insurance Prices

October 11, 2010

Rancho Cucamonga, California ( — Last week, advocates gathered on Capitol Hill to voice support for proposed federal legislation that would establish uniform standards for state driver’s licensure requirements. The bill, known as the Safe Teen and Novice Driver Uniform Protection (STANDUP) Act, outlines more stringent requirements for graduated driver’s licensing (GDL) programs that could […]

Details of Accidents Found to Affect Auto Insurance Repercussions

September 23, 2010

Rancho Cucamonga, CA ( — Although motorists may worry that becoming involved in any type of accident will have dire consequences for their auto insurance premiums, actual practice shows that a number of factors influence the extent to which costs will fluctuate for drivers involved in a crash. The total number of automobile crashes in […]

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