In a recent blog by Cars Insurance Savings, the writer mentioned seven things about a car that influences the cost of auto insurance. Before buying a car, it is important to make sure of some things because they can incur a lot of cost. To be brief, here are the seven things that car owners need to make sure: Find out how much repairs would cost: If the car is a foreign and fancy one, it can cost you a lot to repair it! This translates to a high premium for the auto insurance. Be sure that your car … (more) January 16, 2015

  • Airbags not safe – massive recall announced

    by Richard Burton
    Airbags not safe – massive recall announced

    There has been a major announcement from the US safety regulators concerning recently discovered flaw that exists in the Takata airbags, warning car owners to replace those as soon as possible. Just to illustrate how big this problem is, officials say there has already been four deaths connected to the faulty airbags and if you are an owner of a car that has this type of airbags installed you should have them replaced immediately. Although, according to safety regulations, any system that is being installed in a car needs to pass extensive set of trials and tests before being allowed … (more) November 1, 2014

  • Top Level Management Shuffle in Volvo to Boost Sales in the U.S.

    by Richard Burton
    Top Level Management Shuffle in Volvo to Boost Sales in the U.S.

    In order to boost up its less than desired level of performance in the USA, Volvo chooses 53 year old Tony Nicolosi, CEO of Volvo Car Financial Services U.S., as the new head of its management arm in the country. Nicolosi will be replacing John Maloney, who has held this position, since the last quarter of the year 2011 and is presently exiting the company. Though Nicolosi was not available for a personal comment, but as per Volvo sources, the announcement of crowning him as CEO and President will be made in due course of time.

  • Less Miles Mean Cheaper Insurance

    by Jeanny Hopper
    Less Miles Mean Cheaper Insurance

    A new insurance program being adopted by more and more insurance providers are raising the hopes of drivers who drive significantly less than other motorists. Called prepaid insurance by some insurers and behavior-based insurance by other companies, this particular scheme is attracting plenty of attention from American motorists. At present, prepaid and behavior-based insurance programs are undergoing testing phases in several states including California, Nevada, and not Texas. Officials from the different states say that the new system would different benefits for car owners. State insurance officials in California say that the new system can drastically reduce the number of … (more) July 29, 2009