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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.
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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.
People used to let their kids play on the next street. They also used to drive without insurance and smoke. See how our view of risk has changed.
Why does car insurance for a teen driver cost so much? Because, statistically, they're not very good at driving yet.