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Car Insurance with Telematics (The Complete Guide)

Insurers use a wide variety of factors to determine your insurance rates. The underlying assumption is that all these factors will help them determine how likely are you to file a claim or cause an accident in which someone else will file a claim. Insurance companies have long relied on driving histories and automated reports….

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Legal Consequences: Alcohol Sales and Drunk Driving Accidents

A drunk driving accident can occur when a person has been drinking alcohol at a bar or restaurant and is then later involved in a car accident. A person might have some wine or beer with their dinner or perhaps a few drinks at a local bar after work. If that person gets behind the…

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How have cars gotten safer in the past 40 years?

It is estimated that over 87 percent of people wear their seat belts. It’s part of the standard equipment we’ve gotten used to using every time we step into a car. Laws require babies and young children to have the proper seat restraint, and children under the age of 12 cannot sit in the front…

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If I crash my motorcycle on debris left in the road, who pays?

It’s no secret that insurance can get a bit complicated. Perhaps one of the most complicated areas of insurance is determining who is responsible for paying for damages when accidents occur. A lot of times the answer is cut and dry, but other times it isn’t so simple. One of the areas where insurance can…

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Distracted Driving [Must-Know Facts + Statistics]

In 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that 3,166 drivers and 599 non-vehicle occupants (i.e. bicyclists, pedestrians) lost their lives due to distracted driving in that year alone. The NHTSA’s study also revealed that of the people who died in crashes involving distracted driving that year, 297 were teen drivers between the…

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Teen Drivers and Texting [Best and Worst States]

Learning how to drive is a rite of passage for many American teens. However, driving a car comes with immense responsibility as well as a lot of risk. Compared to the rest of the driving population, teen drivers are nearly three times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash due to factors such…

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Car Maintenance Expenses [2021 Update]

Whether you drive a newer Cadillac or an old clunker, it’s important to keep up with routine car maintenance and car maintenance expenses. The problem is, many of us are tempted to save time and money by putting off repairs and ignoring car warning lights. But does a penny-wise approach to vehicle maintenance really pay…

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Distracted Pedestrians & Deadly Accidents [Study Results]

If you’ve ever jogged through a well-trafficked neighborhood or taken a stroll through the car-jammed streets of a city, you’ve probably encountered a potentially dangerous situation with a vehicle. In the least, you understood that moving vehicles and pedestrians aren’t always paying attention to one another. Perhaps you noticed an unfortunate problem with this issue…

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Safe Driving

Driving in Hazardous Conditions A vehicle poorly managed in inclement weather conditions can become a weapon that causes injury to other motorists, bystanders, passengers or the driver. While automobile companies have evolved safety features such as anti-lock brakes, backing sensors and deployable air bags, defensive driving strategies remain necessary for safe driving in all kinds…

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Rules to Drive By — American Motorists Need a Refresher Course in Drivers Ed

In 2000, the Census Bureau revealed that there were over 280 million people living in the U.S., with the U.S. Federal Highway Administration reporting that more than 190 million of them were licensed to drive. As the years have passed, the number of licensed drivers has obviously increased — as has the population — coming…

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