CoverHound lists a variety of methods that allow you to lower your monthly car insurance bill by simply tweaking a small part of your driving habits and insurance details.
On Oct.15, Toyota issued a series of recalls for its Lexus model. In the U.S. 423,000 Lexus cars were recalled because of a potential fuel leak issue, according to USA Today.
After running a few tests, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is making BMW correct the mileage claims for four models of Mini Coopers.
You should create a written inventory of your possessions for your homeowners insurance or renters policy.
As is the case with many other forms of monthly bills, not paying your car insurance can be a serious and costly mistake.
Under a standard home insurance policy, there are many things that are covered relating to your home; however, some things might better be left off an insurance claim.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued a consumer advisory extending an ongoing warning about defective airbags in millions of vehicles.
Many people make lots of excuses for why they don't have renters insurance. By believing in this fallacy, they're putting themselves at a large financial and emotional risk.
A new study from U.S. Public Interest Research Group indicated those born between 1983 and 2000 are owning cars at a lower rate than previous generations.
In North Carolina there is a proposed rate increase for homeowners insurance.
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