Motorcycle Insurance and your Personal Safety

Have you just purchased a new motorcycle and finding yourself full of excitement at the prospect of clocking up a few miles on your latest machine? Whether you’re a newcomer to the world of motorcycle or class yourself as something of a veteran, there are a number of different considerations that should be reviewed to…

Historical Difficulties Surrounding Car Insurance in Northern Ireland

Despite the relative peace that surrounds life in Northern Ireland during the modern age, many UK residents will still remember the haunting images of many years ago when the troubles almost destroyed a nation divided by religious and political upheaval. However, the aftermath of those difficult times still has an ongoing effect on the country…

SR 22 Auto Insurance In North Carolina: What Is “Proof Of Insurance?”

Did you know that North Carolina is just one of two states that DO NOT require you to obtain SR-22 certification? You will still need auto insurance, of course, but this lax law comes as a welcome relief to many drivers. What Is SR 22 Auto Insurance? In most states, people carry an SR-22 document to prove…

Michigan Teenager Auto Insurance: Important Facts To Know Before Buying

As of last March, there have been a few new driving restrictions for Level 2 license holders. The first is that a teen driver may not have more than one passenger under age 21 in the car who is not an immediate family member or unless the driver is traveling to/from school. The second restriction…

Is New York A No Fault Auto Insurance State?

New York State is a no-fault auto insurance state. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing really depends on who you ask. Currently, the only other no-fault states are: Kentucky, Hawaii, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey, Minnesota, North Dakota and Utah. Pros of New York No Fault Auto Insurance Proponents of the…

Is Texas A No Fault Auto Insurance State?

Do you know what a “no-fault auto insurance policy means?” A no-fault system requires drivers to purchase insurance to cover their own vehicle, medical expenses and passengers, regardless of who is at-fault. This protects you from being sued by other drivers. No-fault states include: Florida, Hawaii, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Utah,…

Pennsylvania Teenage Auto Insurance: Important Facts To Know Before Buying

The thought of insuring a Pennsylvania teenager can be daunting, as teen auto insurance rates tend to be rather high. Statistically speaking, teens get in more accidents, hence the higher rate. Since Pennsylvania is a no-fault state, your son or daughter will be covered by your insurance policy should an accident occur — regardless of who is…

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Is The Cost of Auto Insurance Advertising Driving Up Your Premium?

What is it costing your auto insurance provider to advertise each year? SNL Financial set to find out. Geico Corp is the King of auto insurance advertising, data shows, with annual spending of close to $1 billion! This number is up 10 percent from spending in 2010, which shows that insurers are becoming increasingly more competitive for your…

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