Auto insurance rates are strikingly higher in some states than others

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A new study has revealed a major difference in premiums and Alabama drivers continue to pay more. Quadrant Information Services and insuranceQuotes.com have jointly released an auto insurance rates study. Within it, they named Alabama as the fourth most expensive state for drivers to be insured. The research examined some of the factors that play a role in making this coverage more expensive. What was found was that Alabama drivers pay more in auto insurance rates because of state regulations. Insurance companies in the state are permitted to use driving…

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Alabama takes a stern step in regards to auto insurance

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New auto insurance law going active in Alabama Alabama lawmakers consider uninsured vehicles to be a significant problem for  the state and have begun to take action. State lawmakers have passed a new law concerning auto insurance and those without coverage. Beginning January 1, 2013, uninsured drivers will be facing stricter penalties for lack of auto insurance coverage. The new law introduces several methods of detection that are expected to root out those without adequate auto insurance coverage and may encourage these people to purchase the coverage they need to…

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Auto insurance system in Alabama to crack down on uninsured drivers

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Hundreds of thousands of motorists without coverage could be identified. A new system in Alabama has been designed to catch approximately 900,000 motorists in the state who do not have auto insurance. This system was created to help to make sure that drivers are abiding by the state’s coverage laws. The program should go into effect as of January 1, 2012. This will be the start of a statewide crackdown effort to help to stop the common occurrence of traffic accidents in which one or all involved parties are not…

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Alabama auto insurance law cracks down on uninsured drivers

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New auto insurance regulation may make Alabama roads safer In Alabama, a new auto insurance regulation is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2013, which will institute a new system that will make it more difficult for drivers without insurance coverage to be on the road. The new system is expected to crack down on the 900,000 vehicles registered in the state that do not have any kind of auto insurance coverage. According to state law, drivers must maintain liability insurance coverage, but Alabama has been struggling to make sure…

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April tornados cause more than $2.2 billion in damage, according to Alabama insurance officials

The Alabama Department of Insurance has released the latest numbers concerning insured losses from the tornado outbreak in April of last year. A series of devastating tornados hit the state in late April, causing large amounts of damage to homes, businesses, automobiles and claiming a number of lives. The latest estimates of damage do not account for the claims paid through surplus insurance lines from companies like Lloyd’s of London. The estimates only concern insurance payouts that come from insurers regulated by the state. According to the Department of Insurance,…

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