Insurance Tips

Car Insurance For Teens (Guide to cheaper rates and discounts)

Find out why car insurance costs more for teens as well as some of the tactics you can use to reduce your premiums when you add them to your policy.

Pay Per Mile Car Insurance - Your Complete Guide

Pay per mile car insurance is a particular type of cover in which premiums adjust according to the number of miles traveled. A type of cover called pay per mile insurance offers a solution. While most insurance products lock you into generic monthly contracts, some alternatives calculate your premiums based on how many miles you travel. If you only drive a few miles every month, you could save a fortune versus conventional insurance and stay road-legal to boot!

Top 20 Cheapest Cars to Insure For Cheaper Insurance

Discover the cheapest cars to insure in 2020, including the cheapest makes, types of vehicle and cars for teens.

GEICO Auto Insurance Review & Discounts 2020

Geico provides auto insurance cheaper than other companies except for USAA. Geico has become the second-largest nationwide insurance company in 2016.

Do Points on License Impact Car Insurance?

Traffic tickets come in varied severity. Minor the moving violation, lesser the impact on your insurance premiums. Moving violations affect auto insurance premiums rather than when your vehicle is parked or not moving. To what extent premiums go up is not exactly predictable and it depends on the insurance company and its policies. Your driving record is an  important contributing factor in determining your auto insurance premiums.

Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance

Personal injury protection or PIP insurance provides coverage for medical expenses and lost wages among other liabilities depending on the scope of the policy.

Ultimate Guide To Best Car Insurance Discounts in 2020

Check out our guide on how to get the best car insurance discounts. Learn about different car insurance discounts offered by insurers that you are eligible.

Can I register a car in a different state than I live in?

This may be a question you’re asking yourself if you’re planning on moving to another state or perhaps if you own a vacation property in a state other than the one in which you usually reside. The very simple answer to that question is yes, your car can be registered in a different state, BUT the rules and regulations regarding this process vary from state to state, which means that you will need to check out what is required by your individual state.

What's the difference between DUI and DWI?

Learn the difference between DUI and DWI, and find out how these convictions affect the price of auto insurance.