Car Insurance Roundup, June 16, 2016


Here’s Why a 79% Spike in Your Car Insurance Is Actually a Good Thing | MONEY

Insuring a young driver is invariably more expensive than insuring a driver who’s had decades to master their skills and the rules of the road. 


Study: Texas car insurance premiums vary by 50% based on credit score – Dallas Business Journal

In Texas, credit scores cause car insurance premiums to fluctuate by 50 percent, according to a study by WalletHub


Fraudster sentenced after trying to use charity account for car insurance | Insurance Age

A Bolton man who tried to use the details of a charity’s bank account when applying for car insurance has been handed a six month jail term. 


Obrella.com Launches Car Insurance Coverage Calculator – Press Release Rocket

Today, insurance review website Obrella.com launched its new auto insurance Coverage Calculator that gives consumers recommendations for how much coverage they should purchase based on their unique needs. 


Check Rental Car Coverage Before the Hard Sell – The New York Times

Before visiting a rental car counter this summer, it’s wise to make two telephone calls: one to the insurer that covers your personal car and one to your credit card company. 


Columbus has lowest average auto insurance premiums of any big city in 5-state area, Value Penguin study says – Columbus – Columbus Business First

Columbus has the lowest average auto insurance premiums of any major city in the surrounding five-state area, according to a report released Tuesday by Value Penguin, a personal finance research site. 

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