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Why are there so many auto insurance commercials?
Car insurance companies spend billions each year trying to reach TV viewers and keep ahead of the competition.
Some auto insurers offer discounts as COVID-19 curtails driving
The calculation is that fewer cars on the road result in fewer accidents, and savings on insurance payouts.
A peek into how car insurance pricing works: You might be paying too much
Where does that number on your car insurance quote come from? A big factor might be just your ability to pay.
Why are auto insurance premiums growing more slowly in California than elsewhere?
Want to save money on your car insurance? Forget about lizards, ducks or talking boxes, according to a new study from the Consumer Federation of America, and push for better regulation. The consumer advocacy group says that’s the way rates have been brought under control in California, where premiums have grown less than a quarter as […]
Money may matter more than age when it comes to teen drivers
As the cost of cars, insurance and drivers ed has climbed, the number of teen drivers has fallen.
Insurers hike rates as automotive deaths spike
We're paying for an increase in motor vehicle accidents.
African-Americans paying higher auto insurance rates
A new report illuminates serious problems with auto insurance premiums that the CFA is urging legislators and regulators to address.
If cars don't need drivers, do drivers need insurance?
The auto-insurance industry could lose billions in the shift to automated cars.
Walmart wants to sell you auto insurance
Walmart has a new service to compare premiums and get auto insurance.
Flooded engines: Sandy soaked a lot of cars
Insurers want to repair flooded cars rather than declare them a total loss. But water damage can show up later -- and flooding claims will show up on services like Carfax, taking down what a vehicle can get on the used-car market.