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Auto Insurance Information and News

How auto-insurance rates are determined

How auto-insurance rates are determinedNews from Chicago Tribune:
While I’m glad Tribune columnist Eric Zorn contacted me for his “What does my credit rating have to do with my driving?” on how U.S. auto insurers price their policies, he mischaracterized my remarks on the Consumer Reports article on the same [...] Continue Reading…

Auto insurance rates

Auto insurance ratesNews from Foster’s Daily Democrat:

Heloise Hint: Auto-insurance rates too high? Car experts say to ask your auto insurer for discounts. Find out if you qualify for a lesser rate if you install a security or safety device. Also, you may get a reduction for good driving. Fax [...] Continue Reading…

Buying Car Insurance for Teenagers Can Be a Balancing Act

Buying Car Insurance for Teenagers Can Be a Balancing ActNews from New York Times:

Adding a teenager to a family’s auto insurance policy is a sure way to raise the premiums, but it’s usually less expensive than buying a separate policy, according to new research.
Eighteen-year-old drivers add an average of [...] Continue Reading…

House committee to begin hearings on auto insurance bills

House committee to begin hearings on auto insurance billsNews from The State:
The Michigan House is wasting no time to consider Senate-approved changes to the state’s auto insurance law.
The Republican-led House Insurance Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday morning on the fast-moving legislation. No vote is expected until later in [...] Continue Reading…

Senate makes major changes to auto insurance law in fast-moving legislation

Senate makes major changes to auto insurance law in fast-moving legislationNews from MLive.com:

LANSING, MI — Michigan’s Republican-led Senate on Thursday passed legislation that changes the state’s auto insurance law after making several last-minute adjustments.
The final vote on Senate Bill 248 was 21-17.
The changes come after the Senate Insurance Committee swiftly substituted and adopted [...] Continue Reading…

Senate panel OKs changes to auto insurance law

Senate panel OKs changes to auto insurance lawNews from Detroit Free Press:By David Eggert, Associated Press 8:10 p.m. EDT April 15, 2015

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Nonstandard Auto Insurance Market Is Not For Everybody

Nonstandard Auto Insurance Market Is Not For EverybodyNews from Insurance Journal:
The nonstandard auto market is not for every carrier or agency. Since 2007, carriers writing nonstandard auto policies have reported deteriorating operating performance and many have struggled to maintain market share.
But while some have been hurt by or lost [...] Continue Reading…

Hanover sells UK auto insurance division

Hanover sells UK auto insurance divisionNews from Worcester Telegram:WORCESTER — The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc. has announced that it will transfer its United Kingdom automotive insurance business to Markerstudy Group, a UK-based insurance provider.The transaction, subject to regulatory approvals as well as satisfaction of certain closing conditions, is expected [...] Continue Reading…

New Auto Insurance Quotes for Plans Issued In April!

New Auto Insurance Quotes for Plans Issued In April!News from Insurance News Net:
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Lowcostcarsinsurance.com has been updated with the latest auto insurance quotes. Clients can now stay updated with the latest news, simple and fast.
The new quotes are not displayed on the website’s homepage, as this can [...] Continue Reading…

Ease The Pain Of Shopping For Auto Insurance | Bankrate.com

Ease The Pain Of Shopping For Auto Insurance | Bankrate.comNews from Bankrate.com:
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By Liz Weston • Bankrate.com

Auto insurers spend billions on advertising every year, with seemingly little result, since the vast majority of us don’t bother shopping around, let alone switching insurers. That’s too bad, because the 11 percent or [...] Continue Reading…