Filling out an online quote form is a fast and easy way to compare insurance rates from various companies and to secure coverage with ease. When filling out these quotes, however, you will be asked a lot of questions. Along with having to enter your basic information and the details about your car, you'll probably also be asked about accidents, tickets and other incidents that have occurred in your recent driving history.
3 March 2016
Although marijuana is legal for medical and recreational use in some states, including Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington, in many states, a DUI conviction involving marijuana use can increase your auto insurance premium rates. Driving under the influence of marijuana, cocaine, or other controlled substance increases the risk of being in an accident, which will cost your insurance company and you money. Therefore, before climbing behind the wheel, it's important to consider all the adverse effects drugged driving can have.
3 March 2016
Heading off to college means you are also striking out on your own. This independence can come at a cost, though, especially when it comes to your car insurance. College age drivers still fall into a high risk age group, which can lead to higher insurance rates. This can be tough on a student budget. The following tips can help you find a lower rate with the best insurance possible.
18 January 2016