The bill would have significantly cut rental agencies’ insurance liability
A bill introduced to the South Carolina Legislature would require police to tow vehicles that are not covered by an auto insurance policy.
A pair of car insurance bills would have implications for car sharing and usage-based discount programs
Insurance companies tend to rely on internal claims data, rather than government figures.
A new J.D. Power survey suggests increased communication can neutralize the effects of longer repair times.
Louisianians’ high claims rates may account for their high car insurance prices.
New data from the NAIC show the average premium in Iowa in 2009 was about have the size of the average premium in Louisiana.
State Farm consumers in Wisconsin will be seeing a price cut and will need to decide whether to pocket the savings or reinvest it in greater protection.
Online Auto Insurance News reports a major insurer in the state has announced that it will lower rates slightly in the Keystone State.
Regulators in Alabama have called on insurance companies to submit claims data to help assess their effectiveness in the process.