Monthly Archives: February 2010

Nationwide Texting While Driving Ban Looks Likely

February 24, 2010 No Comments »

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood this week unveiled sample legislation that can be used as a starting point for states looking to craft laws to prohibit texting while driving. There is an ongoing concern about texting while driving because it ... Read More »

Approximately One in Six Driving Without Insurance in 2010

February 23, 2010 No Comments »

Think you don’t need uninsured motorist coverage? Think again. A study released by the Insurance Research Council revealed approximately one in six drivers in the United States may be driving without insurance this year. The group said the estimated percentage ... Read More »

Errors on your Credit Report May Raise Your Insurance Premium

February 8, 2010 No Comments »

Depending on which state you live in, your credit history may be used to determine your homeowner’s, auto, and/or business insurance rates. While hotly contested, the practice is highly favored by insurance companies and will likely be around for some ... Read More »

What is a Collision Damage Waiver for a Rental Car?

February 5, 2010 No Comments »

We’ve all experienced that sinking feeling when renting a car and trying to decide whether to get the insurance or not. It seems like a no-win situation; you either pay for the additional rental car insurance, or decline it and ... Read More »