Many insurance companies invite you to "switch and save." Did you know your company would prefer if you "stayed and saved?"
Insuring a dirtbike or ATV requires a different policy than an automobile. Learn what you need to know to get your ride properly covered.
Every licensed driver must be covered by insurance to drive public roads. Driving without insurance comes with possible risks and penalties.
Tickets influence insurance, that’s why it’s best to avoid them if you can. If you do get a few, your insurance premiums will go up as a result.
Fortunately, the internet has made it so easy that even monkeys, toddlers, or your Uncle Dan could do it. Check out our guide to buying car insurance.
Does a policyholder have any recourse when their insurance company fails to handle their claims properly?
Most people don’t take the time to learn the filing process until an accident makes it necessary. Get the answers for what you need before you need them.
There's nothing like the feeling of being on a bike. But how would you feel if something happened? Got the right insurance?
Most states mandate minimum auto insurance coverages. These are plans aren't necessarily designed with high-risk drivers in mind.
As important as a good helmet and safe riding gear, insuring your bike properly is a must. Find out if you have all the coverage you need.
Car insurance is confusing, and it becomes even more complicated when you have to worry about coverage for your own personal property.
Many people enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a new car warranty. But is it worth it to extend that warranty to 100K miles and beyond?