Wondering whether to keep collision coverage as part of your auto insurance? Do the math. And ask yourself: Can I write off this car?
Your first call if you are sued after an accident should be to your car insurance company, which can defend you, negotiate a settlement or go to court.
The most-stolen vehicles of 2013 include the Honda Accord and Civic and the big pickups from both Chevrolet and Ford.
Insurance.com's "What Drivers Like You Buy" is a great starting place as you make your car insurance coverage decisions.
The occasional rented room probably won't run afoul of either local laws or your homeowners insurance. A thriving business just might.
You have a car insurance deductible, but filing a claim for small amounts above that would be very costly, eventually.
Survey results from Insurance.com find drivers open -- even eager, in some cases -- for computer-assisted driving.
After a wreck, a fire or a storm, watch out for unsolicited offers of help. Let your insurance company earn its money instead.
Looking to save money fast? Survey shows where the big savings are: Car insurance and cellphones.