Car insurance relief on the way Concord Monitor, NH - Feb 1 2005
... as prices may be up, but New Hampshire drivers may find pedal-pushing
relief elsewhere: Auto insurance premiums are beginning to fall off.
Hitchin' a ride Journal Times Online, WI - 23 hours ago
... Even without their own vehicles, teens (or their parents) pay
high premiums for auto insurance, compared with more experienced drivers.
New Jersey drivers, on average, pay the most in the nation for
auto insurance. They are almost three times more likely to crack
up their cars. Yet their governor says he has fixed the state's
chronic car-insurance mess...
National stats felt locally in crashes. License change reduces
tickets, car accidents
Car Insurance Reviews for August 2004
In Privacy, Get Break On Car Insurance Aug 17, 2004, MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.
Some drivers are in for a break on their car insurance - if they're
willing to trade a little privacy. Progressive offers discounts
to drivers who use electronic monitoring devices.
Returns to Car Insurance Business in New Jersey August 16, 2004, New Jersey
Car insurance company GEICO has returned to New Jersey, 28 years
after leaving the state. GEICO will be selling private passenger
automobile insurance policies in New Jersey through the Internet.
insurance fraud costs NY drivers $300 million August 02, 2004, New York
New York drivers pay the second highest car insurance rates in
the country, in part because of costly auto insurance fraud. NY
Senator Schumer details a new proposal to create tough criminal
penalties for fraud in an effort to deter scam artists from ripping
off New Yorkers.
Car Insurance Reviews for July 2004
insurance rates are falling
Insurers' profits have rebounded, and some have begun to cut premiums
for low-risk drivers. Unless a full-scale price war erupts, though,
you may have to do some searching.
refunds ahead for NC drivers Jul 22, 2004, North Carolina
North Carolina drivers could receive up to $680 million in refunds
later this year thanks to the resolution of two disputes with
the insurance industry. Refund checks stemming from cases in 2001
and 2002 are expected to be mailed in October and November.