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

  • The future of automobile industry

    by Richard Burton
    The future of automobile industry

    When it comes to cars, in previous few years much has been said in about safety of passengers and drivers. There were only a few words though about the safety of the environment. After making huge steps in backing up all that has been said about drivers’ safety, it seems automobile manufacturers are making the first steps towards backing up all that was discussed about environment. Automotive industry’s new models are being designed and built to fit into a “lightweight” category with the goal of reducing fuel usage and limiting gas emissions. Much has already been done in field of … (more) August 10, 2014

  • Pay-as-you-drive insurance being offered by progressive in 32 states

    by Richard Burton
    Pay-as-you-drive insurance being offered by progressive in 32 states

    The snapshot program PAYD by Progressive offers policyholders a chance to reduce auto insurance rates by about 30%. The future of auto insurance is finally upon the customers.  Progressive has announced its Snapshot Discount which is a PAYD program where drivers will have a chance to lower their auto insurance rates by paying insurance premiums based on their driving habits.  A device would be installed in their vehicles which would provide a real-time analysis and report the driving data to the insurer.  This technology has been available for a while now but Progressive claims to be the first to bring … (more) March 25, 2011

  • Consumer Satisfaction with Auto Insurance Drops, according to recent survey

    by Jeanny Hopper
    Consumer Satisfaction with Auto Insurance Drops, according to recent survey

    A recent survey found that consumers are less happy and less satisfied with the services offered by auto insurance companies due to the latter’s rising premiums in auto coverage. The latest survey of the J.D. Power & Associates research firm  shows that the satisfaction of auto coverage consumers with the policy offerings, interactions and many other factors with their auto insurance providers have dropped by an overall ten (10) points since last year. And, according to the 2010 U.S. National Auto Insurance Study, those figures went down to 777 on a point scale of 1, 000. The reason behind this … (more) August 31, 2010