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Times Staff WriterThe Internet was supposed to make shopping for auto insurance fast and easy. You wish. There still is no single comprehensive insurance marketplace on the Web; consumers have to visit several sites, filling out time-consuming forms at each, to glimpse...
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Hurricanes and wildfires have made it a bad year for homeowners. If disaster strikes and destroys your home, there could be another disaster lurking—your insurance company might not pay enough to rebuild. Sixty-four percent of American homes are...
KickingTiresToyota, Chrysler, Nissan and Chevrolet have the least expensive cars, vans, SUVs and or trucks to insure in 2011, according to Insure.com, an insurance research website. Insure.com arrived at these rankings through a commissioned study by Quadrant...
Your Money KiplingerIf you haven't compared rates for auto insurance lately, give it a try -- there's a good chance you could lower your premiums. Sometimes an insurer will raise rates across the board, even for drivers with spotless records, and sometimes a change in your...
KickingTiresYou???ve probably heard this assertion before when it comes to health insurance, life insurance and yes, auto insurance: Women typically pay less than men for their policies. Is this true and if so, why? According InsWeb, an online insurance comparison......
KickingTiresWhat makes a car cheap or expensive to insure? It all comes down to what insurers call ???loss history,??? which is the total amount of money that an insurance company will have to pay out in the advent of a......
KickingTiresCompact crossovers, minivans and SUVs are the cheapest cars to insure for 2011, according to a new study from Insure.com. It costs less to insure family vehicles because they aren???t as likely to get into crashes as flashier luxury and......
Even with a 16-year-old about to get a driver's license, there are ways to keep your auto-insurance rates in check: • Raise your comprehensive and collision deductibles to at least $1,000, which lowers premiums and prevents you from filing small...
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