Car Insurance

Rideshare Insurance for Lyft and Uber Drivers

Posted Jan. 15, 2019 by Amy Danise
Rideshare insurance is special coverage for drivers for Uber, Lyft and similar services. It fills the insurance gaps between a personal auto insurance policy and the coverage from a rideshare company. It's sometimes called "transportation network company" coverage. Read more »

Liability Car Insurance

Posted Jan. 11, 2019 by Amy Danise
Liability car insurance pays others when you cause a car accident. It will pay for the medical bills and property damage to others. Here are important things to know about liability insurance. Read more »

List of Car Insurance Discounts

Posted Jan. 11, 2019 by Jason Metz
When you're looking for cheap car insurance, getting discounts is an important way to save money. When you compare auto insurance quotes, make sure to compare quotes for the same levels of coverage, and ask the insurance agent to review all possible discounts. Read more »

Rebuilt Title Car: Roadworthy, But Can You Insure It?

Posted Jan. 11, 2019 by Jason Metz
Cars that have rebuilt titles have usually been previously deemed a "total loss." While plenty of insurance companies sell coverage for cars with rebuilt titles, it's important to know that some insurance companies won't or may offer only limited coverage such as liability. Read more »

What to Do After a Car Accident: 5 Steps

Posted Jan. 8, 2019 by Amy Danise
Use our interactive map to find out when you have to report an accident in your state. Plus, five things to do after an accident. Read more »

Cheap Car Insurance for Teens

Posted Jan. 7, 2019 by Amy Danise
Teens have the highest chances for car accidents, so there's probably no way to avoid paying more when you add a teen driver to a policy. Also, reviewing your auto insurance coverage when you have a teen driver is wise. Read more »

Your Car’s OBD-II: What Is It?

Posted Dec. 6, 2018 by Jason Metz
OBD-II (on-board diagnostics) is a computer system that monitors vehicle systems. It some cases, insurance companies use its data to calculate discounts. Read more »

Non-Owner Car Insurance Explained

Posted Oct. 25, 2018 by Amy Danise
Non-owner car insurance is a way to buy liability insurance if you don't own a car. It's often called "named non-owner" auto insurance. Liability insurance pays for injuries and damage to others if you cause a car accident. Here's who sells it. Read more »

Motorcycle Insurance

Posted Oct. 12, 2018 by Amy Danise
If you own a motorcycle, most states require some form of "financial responsibility," such as motorcycle insurance. Florida does not require motorcycle riders to have liability insurance (unless they've caused an accident) and personal injury protection (PIP) is not available for motorcycles. Read more »

What is Collision Insurance?

Posted Oct. 10, 2018 by Amy Danise
Collision insurance pays for accident damage to your own car. That's important, because if you're in a crash that's your fault, you don't want to be stuck footing a large repair bill on your own. Read more »