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How You Vote Could Affect How Much You Pay for Insurance

How You Vote Could Affect How Much You Pay for Insurance
December 18, 2012 No Comments »

I guess we all thought we’d get a break from the voting talk after the heated 2012 presidential election came and went this past month. I guess we were wrong… The subject of voting has now made its way into ... Read More »

The Progressive ‘Box’ Steals Flo’s Spotlight

The Progressive ‘Box’ Steals Flo’s Spotlight
December 5, 2012 1 Comment »

If you don’t know who “Flo” is, you don’t know jack. But seriously, she is quite easily one of the top 10 most recognizable female company mascots out there today. In the insurance world, she’s the second most recognizable mascot, ... Read More »

Top 10 Insurance Complaints

Top 10 Insurance Complaints
December 4, 2012 1 Comment »

Insurance is a tough gig. You’re basically forced to have it, and we all know it isn’t cheap. On top of that, it’s not fun or exciting, and it certainly doesn’t improve your social status. And while insurance professionals can ... Read More »

Yes, Car Insurance Is Deductible Per Incident

Yes, Car Insurance Is Deductible Per Incident
November 27, 2012 No Comments »

If you’re no stranger to the TTAI website, you probably already know what an insurance deductible is. If not, follow the previous link. Or if you are a property owner in the northeast United States (Sandy), you probably know that ... Read More »

Can I Change My Car Insurance Coverage Mid-Term?

Can I Change My Car Insurance Coverage Mid-Term?
November 25, 2012 No Comments »

Insurance Q&A: Can I change my car insurance coverage mid-term? This post relates to making changes to your existing car insurance coverage, but staying with your current insurance company. You’ll want to read our switching insurance companies article if you ... Read More »

What to Do If Involved in a Not At Fault Accident

What to Do If Involved in a Not At Fault Accident
November 15, 2012 No Comments »

So, you’ve gotten into a car accident and it CLEARLY wasn’t your fault. Good thing you don’t have a care in the world since you didn’t do anything wrong, right? Well, it may not go that smoothly for you. Insurance ... Read More »

Super Storm Sandy and What It Means for Your Insurance

Super Storm Sandy and What It Means for Your Insurance
November 13, 2012 No Comments »

We’ve said it a thousand times and will probably say it one thousand more times in the next few years. When it comes to insurance; the devil, or angel in the case of this post, is in the details of ... Read More »

RelayRides Insurance Review: A Word of Caution

RelayRides Insurance Review: A Word of Caution
November 5, 2012 2 Comments »

“RelayRides” is a nationwide car sharing network where individuals can “rent” their own cars to others in exchange for a fee. In so many words, you can become your own Enterprise Rent-A-Car and earn up to “$1,000 per month,” according ... Read More »

The Pros and Cons of Usage Based Car Insurance

The Pros and Cons of Usage Based Car Insurance
September 24, 2012 No Comments »

If you haven’t already heard, so-called “usage-based insurance” is quickly becoming one of the most talked about (and controversial) technologies in the world of car insurance. The frontrunner in this relatively new field is Progressive’s Snapshot, which is a small ... Read More »

Washington D.C. Most Dangerous Place to Drive

Washington D.C. Most Dangerous Place to Drive
August 29, 2012 No Comments »

Insurance is all about risk. In short, insurers try to determine the likelihood you will cost them money by operating a vehicle, and then charge accordingly. Many insurance pricing factors have to do with the driver and their respective vehicle, ... Read More »