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The History of Car Insurance

by Angelo Ilumba on

While the majority of adults are required to have car insurance, many of us are unaware of the how and why car insurance ever came to be. We’ll discuss how insurance began and the history of auto insurance. The Beginning of Insurance It is believed that the concept of insurance is as old as humanity […]

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How My Grades Got Me Cheap Car Insurance by Amanda Lautieri on

Drivers younger than 25 years old don’t have it so easy when it comes to car insurance rates, and teens are hit especially hard. Basically, young drivers just don’t have the same experience on the road as adults. According to my car insurance company, teen drivers are more likely to get into car accidents, rack […]

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Top 5 Car Insurance Commercials by Angelo Ilumba on

Even before my career became intertwined with the car insurance industry, I had a love of car insurance commercials. In the early 2000s, car insurance commercials, along with candy commercials, started going a route not used by most industries in their advertising. Instead of solely giving the details of their product, car insurance ads (especially […]

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Driverless Cars, Vehicle Technology, and Car Insurance by Angelo Ilumba on

With the recent news that California has issued several permits to Google, Audi, and Mercedes Benz allowing them to test their driverless cars on public roads, it’s easy to see that the future has arrived. And this new vehicle technology gets factored into car insurance. Continue reading to learn how new and evolving technologies can […]

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My Roommate Crashed My Car by Amanda Lautieri on

I let my roommate Sarah borrow my car for work one day last year. Her car was in the shop and I thought it would be no big deal for her to take it for the day. Well, she was running late and caused a crash on the way there, and guess what—I was responsible […]

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