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Auto insurers price their policies based on a number of factors. Sometimes these cost factors go up, and sometimes they go down. In most states, costs are currently rising. Your actions, as a policyholder, can affect what you pay, too. For instance, if you add another car, or a teenaged driver to your policy, your costs will increase. READ MORE >>

In today’s internet savvy world, some people think that going online for a policy is the way to go. But be careful, when you purchase your policy online without an agent, you may be missing out on some very important things. Who will you talk to if you have questions? What happens when there is a claim, who will you call? READ MORE >>

Car accidents are cringe-worthy on many levels. Beyond the potential for bodily harm and vehicle repair hassles, there's the anxiety over how your car insurance premiums will be affected, adding insult to injury. Depending on the collision, your driving record and other factors, your costs could rise significantly. READ MORE >>

WHO SHOULD I LIST ON MY INSURANCE POLICY? 1. A newly licensed teenager In general, giving consent for your teen to get a license makes you legally responsible for the young driver. It is also your responsibility to contact your car insurance company and get your teenage driver properly covered under your auto insurance policy. READ MORE >>

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