Car insurance prices have been on a rocky road. According to The Zebra, an insurance comparison website, the national average cost of car insurance this year is $1,427, a 20% increase from 2011. State by state, the smallest increase took place in North Carolina, the biggest in Michigan. While low oil prices and an increase […]
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Should I let my car insurance company “spy” on me? This is a question that many people who are interested in paying the lowest Central Oregon Car Insurance premiums have been asking over recent months as usage based car insurance has become more popular across the United States.
In 2013 it’s amazing that some drivers still will risk driving without Central Oregon Car Insurance because, they think that they can save a few hundred dollars, but the reality is that driving without car insurance is never a wise decision, and it’s a decision that could prove to be potentially damaging to the finances of any family, if a driver in a family suffers an accidental death due to a car crash.
Thanks to a recent report from car insurance giant Progressive we know what are the best and also the worst states for vehicle recovery.
In Michigan, Governor Rick Snyder once again called on lawmakers to reform the states no-fault insurance law and this set off a “firestorm” of debate regarding how much car insurance Michigan residents should have compared to the rest of the nation. Expensive State To Drive According to recent statistics, Michigan is in the top 10 […]
A recent study by a major online auto insurance company showed that Texan men, under the age of 25, pay more for their car insurance than women; when broken down the study showed that young men in Texas are being overcharged by almost fourteen percent compared to women drivers in Texas.
Can your job actually affect what you pay for car insurance? The answer is yes. A recent study that was done by leading insurance industry giants revealed that the job that you have does affect what your Central Oregon car insurance premium will be.