Car Insurance Roundup, June 22, 2016

One in Five Texas Drivers Without Liability Insurance

Insurance experts say one out of every five drivers on Texas roads don’t carry liability insurance. Our Elizabeth Jeneault explains how one driver found that out the hard way and shares how you can protect yourself. 

Cruises and car insurance keep Saga on an even keel

Holidays and insurance for older Britons have kept Saga trading steadily in the past three months, helping the over-50s lifestyle group stick to its expansion plans for the year. 

Colorado car insurance jumps 15% on average |

If the increase in your car insurance rate shocked you, you’re not alone. “I would say 30 to 40 percent,” Lee Garcia, a Colorado driver said. “I’m not to happy about it.” 

Drivers get sore as car insurance premiums soar – CBS News

Car insurers would probably never win a Miss Congeniality contest, but their popularity really took a dive in 2016 when they sent out their insurance premiums. 

21 Ways to Slash Your Car Insurance Bill | The Fiscal Times

Even though prices at the pump rise during peak driving season, you have other ways to keep more money in your wallet. It starts by calling your car insurer. 

Car Insurance For Seniors – TheStreet

Even if your driving habits remain the same and your record stays clean, the rate you pay for car insurance changes over time. 

3 Things That Can Get You Dropped From Car Insurance |

We’ve explored some of the most common reasons car insurance policies are canceled: things like failing to pay the premium, fraud, making unapproved modifications that change the value and functionality of your car, having your license suspended or revoked, and major moving violations (especially DUIs or DWIs).

Gas prices staying low, but car insurance rates are going higher |

Low gas prices mean more drivers, and more drivers mean more accidents. 

Go Green and Save ‘Green’ on Car Insurance | Benzinga

recently analyzed The Green Car Journal’s list of 2016 vehicles leaving the smallest environmental tread-mark on the world – electric, hydrogen, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, Partial Zero Emissions Vehicles (PZEV) and ultra-low emissions vehicles – that consumers can purchase today. 

Virtual Car Insurer Helps Texas Residents Reduce Costs

Just because everything is bigger in Texas doesn’t mean that car insurance costs have to be bigger also. Residents of the state now have a way to make sure their insurance bills aren’t as big as the state’s attractions or reputation. 

Maryland insurance regulators look to crack down on auto insurance fraud – Baltimore Sun

Maryland’s top insurance regulator is trying out an old-fashioned approach to cracking down on insurance fraud: publicly shaming offenders. 

Insurance Rates During a Rough Economy

The slumping energy sector has hit Casper hard and some business are seeing the result in their bank accounts. 

Someday We’ll Feel Silly for Being Scared of Driverless Cars -NerdWallet

Driverless cars aren’t yet available to the masses, but that day isn’t far off. Sounds exciting? Maybe not yet. 

Still many challenges for OK transportation | News OK

THANKS to dedicated financial commitment in recent years, Oklahoma’s roads and bridges are in better shape than any time in decades, if not in living memory. 


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