Expert advice about shopping for and buying the auto insurance policy you need with the limits and deductibles you want at rates you'll love.
Now that you have received multiple car insurance quotes, compared coverage and rates, it is time to pick your policy.
When you bundle home and auto insurance with one company, you can save a lot of money. Here are the best insurers for bundling.
Get caught driving without car insurance in Florida and you could face fines, license suspension and higher premiums.
Drive without car insurance in California and you could be fined, lose your driving privileges and pay higher auto premiums.
If you don't drive much, you can earn a low-mileage discount. Learn which companies offer it and how much you could save.
Learn about the different kinds of alternate fuel vehicles and how they can help you save on auto insurance.
Military personnel, veterans, and their families are eligible for exclusive discounts and lower auto insurance rates. Get quotes to save.
Find out everything you need to know about auto insurance discounts for seniors, including typical driving discounts and company-specific discounts.
After you decide how much and what types of car insurance coverage you need, it’s time to find the best rates.
When it comes to car insurance, the cheapest quote does not necessarily offer the coverage you really need. Find out why in the third step of our guide to buying car insurance.
Learn more about the implications for driving without insurance in Georgia, including fines and state driving laws.
Learn about Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage, a required policy in Florida.
Having a hard time getting auto insurance because of your poor driving record? Read on to learn how you can find an affordable policy.
Do the confusing bills you get from your auto insurance company make you wonder if you are being overcharged? Here are 3 signs you are paying more than you should.
We want this to be a start-to-finish guide for people who are unfamiliar with car insurance and want a thorough overview of the subject. Buying car insurance doesn’t have to be confusing. As long as you understand how policies work and which types of coverage you need, you can be confident about your insurance purchase. Ideally, by the end of the guide you will be able to select the right policy for you, at the right price.
High-risk drivers in Georgia can use the Georgia Automobile Insurance Plan to get state minimum car insurance coverage.
Learn about what happens if you decide to drive without car insurance in New York, including penalties, fines and criminal charges.
Learn more about the Rhode Island Automobile Insurance Plan (RI AIP), including how to get coverage and eligibility requirements.
Learn more about the Massachusetts Automobile Insurance Plan (MAIP), including how to get coverage and eligibility requirements.
Learn more about the California Automobile Assigned Risk Plan (CAARP), including how to get coverage and coverage limits.
You’ll face fines and other penalties if you drive without the state minimum amount of car insurance in Illinois.
High-risk drivers in New Jersey can use the Personal Automobile Insurance Plan to get state minimum insurance coverage.
You’ll face fines and other penalties if you drive without the state minimum amount of car insurance in Tennessee.
Buying a used car from a private seller is a good way to save money and avoid the stress of a car dealership.
Here’s when you should keep a child on your car insurance policy after they start college, and when you should take them off your policy.
The car insurance of the driver who causes a crash usually pays the medical bills of injured passengers, but not always. Here’s all you need to know about this situation.