Savings on car insurance may be old news to some, but if you have been paying larger sums for car insurance year after year, you should know there is a way to make savings even in this field. We all tend to be victims of our habits and not checking for car insurance rates could be one of those “bad” habits. According to NerdWall website, on average, US drivers spend over 300 dollars more than they should each time they buy car insurance. It also shows that drivers could save even more than 30% only if they only took some … (more) August 18, 2014

  • U.S. Auto Sales Shows Growth for the Fifth Straight Year

    by Richard Burton
    U.S. Auto Sales Shows Growth for the Fifth Straight Year

    The American automobile market is showing a positive sales curve for the fifth consecutive year. This is no mean feat for an industry, which was struggling with the post recession phase until recently. The staggering recovery has amazed everybody and speculation is now rife whether these steadily escalating sales are going to be a repeat of the year 2000’s record run.

  • New Arizona Insurance Law Draws Cheers, Jeers

    by Jeanny Hopper
    New Arizona Insurance Law Draws Cheers, Jeers

    A new law set to be implemented in October has divided many Arizonians. The new provision will revise the existing insurance laws of the state and impose stiffer penalties on motorists caught without proof of insurance. At present, Arizona law requires all drivers to have proof of policy whenever law enforcers ask for them. Failure to present proof will automatically mean a fine and a court date. Drivers who have Arizona auto insurance but for any reason fail to provide proof to law enforcers can see the charges drop if they have valid insurance. However, the rising numbers of uninsured … (more) September 25, 2009

  • Massachusetts’ “Managed Competition” Program Assessed

    by Jeanny Hopper
    Massachusetts’ “Managed Competition” Program Assessed

    After two years in existence, the state of Massachusetts’ new car insurance system continues to receive mixed reviews from industry experts, insurance agents, and drivers alike. The “Managed Competition” system was put in place by the state government through the Division of Insurance in April 2008 to help bring down the cost of car insurance. State officials had hoped that the new system would encourage more carriers to enter the auto insurance market and spur lower rates because of increased competition. Already in its second year, the program has earned both praises and criticism from many residents and figures in … (more) July 6, 2009