Parents of teens know keeping them safe on the road can be challenging and stressful. These vehicles are among the safest for teen drivers.
The Highway Loss Data Institute says laws banning cell phone use by drivers in some states have not been effective in reducing auto accidents.
A new auto insurance study from LowerMyBills.com shows most consumers believe they are paying too much for their auto insurance policy.
Gas prices are outrageous. Now thanks to a recent report by Insurance.com, we know auto insurance rates are increasing right along with gas prices.
On July 1, California will begin fining drivers caught using cell phones while driving; unless they are using a hands-free device such as a Bluetooth headset.
Poor drivers on our roads? Nah, can’t be. But the results of the 2008 GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test say it is. How does your state rank?