Find out about the many factors used by insurers to determine your car insurance rate including car accidents, tickets, where you live, marital status, the type of car you drive, your occupation, and more.
If you have several tickets or accidents on your driving record, find out what car insurance options are available to you.
Tickets and traffic violations can add points to your driving record, but what does that mean exactly? Learn how points can impact your car insurance rates.
If the cost to repair your car is close to its value, the insurance company may deem it to be a total loss. Here's what you need to know to make the best out of a totaled car.
Motorists talking on cell phones drive as badly as if they were drunk. Find out why you should put the cell phone away and focus on the road when driving.
Many people love riding around in their cars with their pets. But what happens if you get into a car accident and your pet is injured? Are pets covered by your auto insurance in any way? Read on to find out.
In most states, a DUI or DWI stays on your driving record for five to 10 years.
Some insurance companies include your job and education as factors in determining your car insurance rates. Is your auto insurance company one of them?
Learn how some of the most minor, as well as some of the most serious, moving violations can impact what you pay for car insurance.
Find out how long you can stay on your parents’ car insurance policy, and how to save money when you get your own.
If your car insurance lapses, you may face fines, higher rates, or policy refusal when you buy coverage again.
Insuring a salvage title car or a car with a rebuilt title can be tricky. Here’s why, plus how these branded titles affect insurance and more.
Sometimes filing a claim with your car insurance company isn’t in your best interest. This is especially true when you're involved in a minor fender bender. Read on to find when it makes sense to file a claim and when it doesn't.
A tree falling on and damaging your vehicle can raise a lot questions and cause a lot of stress. Here’s what you should do if it ever happens to you.
Getting a ticket from a speed or red light camera will cost you. In many states, these photo tickets won’t be added to your driving record. But will they cause your car insurance rates to go up?
Different cars have different insurance costs. Find out how the make and model of your car affects your auto insurance rates.
Speeding tickets usually stay on your record for three years. Here’s why, plus how long tickets affect your insurance and more.
What happens if a car accident injures your passengers? Who pays the hefty medical and hospital bills? The answer may surprise you.
Millions of Americans hit animals every year while driving, and it can cause serious damage to a car. Does insurance cover those damages?
The legal issues surrounding marijuana laws, driving, and car insurance are enough to leave you dazed and confused.
Car break-ins are the most common crime in America. Learn what your insurance will and will not cover if someone breaks into your car.
Learn why states offer graduated driver’s licenses, what they (usually) consist of, and how they lower the teen accident rate.