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The best thing you can do in bouts of bad weather is stay off the roads. Being inside of a car is very dangerous during most natural disasters, considering that 1.5 million out of the 6.3 million car accidents each year are related to poor weather conditions. But, if you do get caught driving when a storm hits, what should you do? READ MORE >>

If you own a car, you are required by law to maintain liability coverage to help protect other people who may come to harm because of your actions on the road. Though this is the only coverage that is mandatory, it’s recommended that you purchase additional coverage to protect yourself and your investment in your car as well. READ MORE >>

There’s nothing more exciting for teenagers than getting their first driver’s license. Driving a friend around without adult supervision is more exciting than an A+ on a big test. But parents may prefer that A+ because a new driver means higher auto insurance premiums. READ MORE >>

A standard auto insurance policy will usually provide adequate coverage for your daily use car. However, if you own a classic car, you're going to need a different type of policy. Unlike most vehicles, classic cars typically appreciate in value. READ MORE >>

As the flashing lights pull up behind you, you may be wondering just how much a speeding ticket is going to cost you. However, what you may want to focus on instead is how much that speeding ticket is going to increase your car insurance. According to one source from Forbes. READ MORE >>

If you want to be sure that you are always paying the lowest rate that you possibly can for your auto insurance rates, you first need to determine what you should and should not claim on your insurance policy. There are some people who think that every ding needs to be claimed on their insurance. READ MORE >>

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