According to Car Insurance Genie, men almost always pay more for car insurance than women do. Is this a gender-biased system, or do insurance companies have good reasons for the cost disparity? And what can male motorists do to lower those costs? Men get in more accidents Insurance companies, like good gamblers, play the odds. Read on! →


Car accidents are not something anyone likes dealing with. Paying an auto insurance deductible is not fun, nor is dealing with the physical repercussions of the event. Motorists now have something else to contend with. There is a new idea that emergency service departments are starting to use, called a crash tax. If you get Read on! →


Auto insurance protects drivers in the event of accidents, vandalism or theft. It is tied to a car’s market value. The best way to ensure that you pay less for good coverage is, of course to drive safely, observe the rules of the road and maintain good credit. But there are other things consumers looking Read on! →


Too many people accept that mandatory car insurance is a fact of life in the United States. Beginning with Massachusetts in 1927 and appearing in most other states by 1970, compulsory car insurance has been foisted, in the most coercive sense of the word. Exorbitant sums of money are spent on coverage that most people Read on! →


Automotive News reports that Allstate Insurance is expanding its finance and insurance offerings to include large-scale partnerships with automotive dealerships. The partnership will allow dealership agents to become licensed and sell auto insurance in Allstate’s name. Pilot program expands to all US dealerships Allstate Dealer Services, which is run by President Doug Herberger, began its Read on! →