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The NICB releases its annual list of cities with the worst car-theft rates. California has nine of the top 10.
Malia Obama is turning 16 and learning to drive. The Obamas' car insurance bill is about to go way, way up.
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Even under Obamacare, your share of medical bills can reach thousands of dollars. Many groups offer help with prescription drug co-pays that can quickly overwhelm.
Insurance.com survey reveals how many drivers can handle the basics like flat tires and dead batteries. Fewer than half of women have changed a tire.
An electric car limits how far you can flee, will be difficult to charge in the aftermath and could spark a fire.
Maybe their owners can't drive -- or maybe Camry drivers are just too smart to file an auto insurance claim over the little stuff.