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Auto insurance rates fluctuate all the time. If you haven't looked around to see if you can find better rates it is worth the small investment of time. You could save a few hundred dollars every year.
Published: 06/22/2011 by Bonnie Conrad in Insurance
Most of us spend our entire lives getting ready for retirement – saving money and dutifully watching our spending. But as the date for your planned retirement approaches, there is a lot to think about, and reviewing your car insurance is a must do.
Hail damage can be covered by your automobile insurance -- if you've got the right coverage. But is it worth it to file a claim?
Selling your vehicle? You need to transfer title to the new owner. Make sure you fill out all of the paperwork to avoid any confusion or problems in the future. Learn how to transfer title and use a bill of sale to protect yourself.
Is rental car coverage worth it? Or are you better off "self-insuring" using a rental car if your car is in the shop. Other considerations: how many accidents you cause every year.
As a parent, there will come a time when you will have a teenage driver. Here are three ways you can insure your teenage driver and shave money off your auto insurance bill.
If you are found liable for damages and your liability insurance limit is reached, you will be responsible for the remaining liability out of your own pocket. Umbrella insurance protects you from this added liability risk. Do you need a policy?
Auto insurance is a must for everyone who intends to drive. However, this is easier said than done when high insurance premiums and low overall wages are taken into consideration. How can low income individuals afford a cheap auto insurance policy?
Car insurance is a requirement by law, but you don't have to be high rates. If you do some price shopping and notice high insurance quotes, check to see if you have one of these issues increasing your rate behind the scenes.
There are two types of car insurance: liability only and full coverage. Full coverage car insurance can be costly. Does it ever make sense to use liability only? How do you determine whether or not you can risk going without full coverage?