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Tag Archives: Auto
Dangers of Cell Phone Use and Texting While Driving Whether it is someone talking on the phone in line at the grocery store or texting at the movie theater, cell phone usage is just about everywhere. In an emergency, a … Continue reading
Starting Jan. 1, a new car insurance law is going into effect that could impact what could happen if you’re pulled over. The new car insurance law will give a break to people caught driving without insurance. Currently, if insurance … Continue reading
For the last 34 years people have always wondered if they are getting a good deal on their insurance or not – and this is what I have heard from them since I got my Insurance License. Auto insurance is … Continue reading
Some of the biggest changes to Michigan law made headlines when they passed legislative chambers or hit the ballot box in recent years, but will truly kick off in 2020. Still waiting for cheaper auto insurance, or to place your … Continue reading
Could usage-based insurance save you money? Many auto insurers are offering usage-based policies that base your premium partly on how much or how well you drive. Here are three things to know when deciding if this type of policy is … Continue reading
Any significant change to the automobile insurance market has a dramatic impact on the insurance industry as a whole. In most mature markets, automobile insurance is the single largest line of business, representing 42 percent of gross written premium in … Continue reading
You can often sell a car without insurance. However, the vehicle should satisfy all of your state liability requirements, which may include taking the license off the vehicle and, of course,not driving it. You should make the buyer aware that … Continue reading
Electric cars have become more common on America’s highways, and along with their rise in popularity came an increase in concerns that the cars, which emit electromagnetic fields (EMFs), could increase the risk of several health hazards, including cancer. EMFs … Continue reading