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COSTS AND EXPENDITURESThe average auto insurance expenditure dropped from $818 in 2006 to $791 in 2010, according to a January 2013 report from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. In 2010 (the latest data available), the average expenditure was highest in New Jersey ($1,157), followed by the District of Columbia ($1,134), and Louisiana ($1,122). READ MORE >>

Properly insuring a rental car can be confusing, frustrating and downright daunting. Unfortunately, many consumers do not even think about car rental insurance until they get to the counter, which can result in costly mistakes—either wasting money by purchasing unnecessary coverage or having dangerous gaps in coverage. READ MORE >>

NEW STUDY SHOWS THAT TEEN AUTO DEATHS ARE ON THE RISE AFTER SEVERAL YEARS OF DECLINEAPRIL 30, 2013 NEW YORK, May 1, 2013 — Memorial Day through Labor Day is the most dangerous time of the year for teens to be on the road. READ MORE >>

The average yearly auto insurance premium is about $900, but there is wide variation around this average. Many factors can affect your premium. Not all companies use all of these factors, and some might use factors not listed here. Your premium may depend on: 1. Your driving record. READ MORE >>

The price you pay for your auto insurance can vary by hundreds of dollars, depending what type of car you have and the insurance company you buy your policy from. Here are some ways to save money. 1. SHOP AROUND Prices vary from company to company, so it pays to shop around. Get at least three price quotes. READ MORE >>


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DEER-VEHICLE COLLISIONS ARE ON THE RISE; NUMBER OF CLAIMS UP ALMOST 8 PERCENT IN FOUR YEARS NEW YORK, October 23, 2012 — Cars and deer can be a lethal combination. An increase in urban sprawl and more roads being built through wildlife habitats have displaced deer from their na... READ MORE >>

There is a big difference between an insurance company canceling a policy and choosing not to renew it. Insurance companies cannot cancel a policy that has been in force for more than 60 days except when: You fail to pay the premium You have committed fraud or made serious misrepresentations on your application READ MORE >>

When you are involved in an accident, it is an overwhelming and confusing experience. It may be hard to keep a level head and take the appropriate steps to make sure everyone is safe and the facts are documented. Keep these tips in your glove compartment as a guide should you be involved in an auto accident. READ MORE >>

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