Car insurance companies tend to check your credit when you apply. If it's bad, you pay more. But what if it improves?
A new survey from Insurance.com finds a big majority of drivers see texting as equivalent to a DUI.
Your car insurance will pay what your car is worth, not what you owe. That can spell trouble.
See how much rates rise in each state when you add a teenage driver to your car insurance policy.
You're required to have health insurance by law, but what if your plan fails?
A driver's license suspension has become a one-size-fits-all punishment for a variety of offenses that have nothing to do with driving.
Wondering whether to keep collision coverage as part of your auto insurance? Do the math. And ask yourself: Can I write off this car?
Drivers who earn extra money working for Uber or Lyft once risked losing their personal car insurance. But new policies help cover a risky gap.
Insurance.com's "What Drivers Like You Buy" is a great starting place as you make your car insurance coverage decisions.
A lot of safety technology has been introduced since many of us bought our last vehicles. Here are the must-haves and the nice-to-haves.