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.
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The extra features possible with pay-as-you-drive car insurance technologies may come to mean more than the discounts.
Newest report on pedestrian safety finds old people and wide streets are a deadly combination. Florida cities rank worst.
Ford redesigns the country’s best-selling vehicle. Body shops face radical change, while auto insurance companies must wait to see how the new model performs.
Be sure you know what kind of insurance coverage you need before you take to the open road with your boat or travel trailer this summer.
In Insurance.com's new survey, drivers admit embarrassing mistakes like going the wrong way down a one-way street.
Here's how to make sure you get the compensation to which you're entitled.
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