Learn the fundamentals of car insurance including the difference between liability, collision, and comprehensive coverages, personal injury protection (PIP), medical coverage, and more
What you don't know about auto liability coverage could hurt you (and your wallet). Learn how to choose the right liability car insurance for your needs.
Learning about auto insurance basics can help you choose the right car insurance coverage for you and your family.
If you’re planning to buy or lease a new vehicle, it may be smart to spend a few extra dollars to add gap coverage to your car insurance policy.
Non-owner car insurance is for people who don't own a car but may need to borrow or rent a car, or are legally required to maintain coverage.
Almost every state requires drivers to carry auto insurance. Here are suggestions on how to lower premiums and find room in your budget if you can't afford car insurance.
Depending on where you live, Canada or Mexico could be closer than neighboring states. This proximity makes them ideal locations for a road trip, but do you need more car insurance before hitting the road?
Did you know your insurance company may offer roadside assistance for as little as $10 a year? Read on to find out what the best option is for you.
Find out if your car insurance policy meets your state's minimum liability coverage requirements. We have the minimum car insurance requirement for each state.
Learn more about no-fault car insurance including which states have it, what it covers, and how it restricts the right to sue.
Here’s what you need to know about comprehensive car insurance coverage, which protects you if your car is damaged by something other than a collision.
If you’ve been in a car accident, you may know all about subrogation. If you haven’t, here’s what you need to know about the subrogation process.
If you’re caught driving without car insurance, expect legal punishment. Most states penalize you in one or more ways.
Whether or not you cause it, you could face fines, license or registration suspension, jail time, lawsuits, and more if you get in an accident without car insurance.
If the compensation you’re offered after an accident isn’t fair, you need to negotiate with your insurer. Preparing for the negotiation can get you the payout you want.
Depending on who was at fault, there are several possibilities for who pays for a rental car after an accident.
Your insurance company might say you need to file a claim within 24 hours of a car accident, but you have more time than that.
High-risk drivers in Texas can use the Texas Automobile Insurance Plan Association (TAIPA) to get state minimum insurance coverage.