Car Insurance With a Suspended License

Posted Jan 16, 2018 by EverQuote staff

If your driver’s license was suspended, you may still need and want car insurance. Until you’re able to regain your driving privileges, there may be some options to keep your vehicle covered.

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High-Risk Car Insurance: Is It For You?

Posted Jan 05, 2018 by Jason Metz

High-risk auto insurance is for drivers who are more likely to get into car accidents and file claims. Here's a list of high-risk car insurance companies.

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How Does a Traffic Violation Affect Car Insurance Quotes?

Posted Jun 02, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

One of the biggest factors that auto insurance companies look into when determining a customer’s rates and premiums is your driving history, particularly the amount of tickets you’ve gotten.

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The Confused State of Distracted Driving: Infographic

Posted Sep 19, 2016 by Ashley Kane

Traffic fatalities are rising. In fact, 2015 showed an 8% rise in traffic deaths. That’s not a pretty number, so, what’s the deal? Turns out, drivers’ perceptions don’t match up with reality. Check out this infographic to see why. 

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EverDrive Olympics 2016: States That Win Gold

Posted Aug 12, 2016 by Ashley Kane

The 2016 Summer Olympics is upon us and we thought it was only fitting to see how U.S. states ranked up next to each other. By analyzing EverDrive data from drivers, we determined which states win gold for safe driving.

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Types of Traffic Tickets & What They Mean for Auto Insurance

Posted Jul 08, 2016 by Ashley Kane

All drivers make mistakes on the road, at least once in awhile. Yet, sometimes, those slipups have greater consequences, especially if a police officer is nearby. Here are the common types of tickets and their effect on your car insurance.

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EverDrive Buzz: Speeding

Posted Jun 13, 2016 by Ashley Kane

Drivers should always avoid speeding on the roadways. States and local governments set speed limits based on what is determined to be the safe and reasonable speed for vehicles to travel at.

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100 Deadliest Days of Driving & 3 Forces Ending Them

Posted May 25, 2016 by Ashley Kane

With the “100 Deadliest Days” approaching—the period of time between Memorial Day and Labor Day that statistically has the highest number of collisions—it’s time for big change. Here’s a look at the three forces working to end them.

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5 Most Expensive Traffic Violations

Posted Aug 27, 2015 by Ashley Kane

You likely didn’t intend to break the road rules during a recent violation. Yet, the bottom line is that such offenses can be costly. Find out which traffic violations will cost you the big bucks and start driving safer today.

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18 Shocking PSA Videos That Will Make You a Safer Driver

Posted Jul 08, 2014 by Alexis O'Connell

Shock and awe. Fear. Shame. Gore. All strategies are fair game when public service announcements (PSAs) convince you to drive safely. Watch some of the most shocking driving PSAs from around the world to remind yourself to drive carefully. Americans, it's time to get scared straight!

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