Ultimately your own driving record has a greater effect on how much you pay for car insurance than the vehicle you choose does.
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Answers to three common questions about DUI and car insurance rates.
A dash cam car insurance discount doesn’t yet exist, but recording your drive may still help keep your car insurance rates down.
A driver has paid her car off and wonders whether dropping comprehensive and collision coverage is the next step to saving money.
What kinds of calamities you might expect to encounter on the holidays, how to avoid them, and what your homeowners insurance covers.
Homeowners file many fewer auto insurance claims than renters do, so they pay less. Additional policies can mean a discount, too.
Collision-avoidance systems could possibly save your life and cut your car insurance bill. Here's what you need to know about front crash-prevention, blind-spot monitoring and adaptive headlights.
A new type of auto theft is more likely to ding your credit than your car insurance.
Home insurance provides protection for more than damage from fire and severe storms.