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Survey and Guide by CarInsuranceCalculator.info According to a recent press release, the NHTSA aims for all cars manufactured after 2014 to come with a little black box (Event Data Recorder – EDR). Proponents stress increased safety and savings on insurance premiums, while opponents underline the threat to privacy and even forecast increased premiums; CarInsuranceCalculator.info wraps up and issues a survey to ask consumers how much do they value their privacy. The initiative by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) would require all cars manufactured after August next year to…

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New York legislators introduce three new laws to combat auto insurance fraud

In the continuing fight against auto insurance fraud, New York legislators have passed three new bills that will impose serious penalties on those committing crimes. The bills were passed by the state’s Senate late last week and will be heading to the Assembly for further consideration. Lawmakers are considering auto insurance fraud one of the state’s most serious issues. According to the Senate, fraud costs the state more than $1 billion every year and deals untold damage to the auto insurance industry. These damages translate into higher premiums for consumers…

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Auto Insurance Access announces grand opening of its industry news and top quotes website

Auto Insurance Access (autoinsuranceaccess.com) has announced the grand opening of its new website that provides consumers with the latest news from the industry, helpful information, and the best quotes from the top insurers. One of the biggest struggles faced by consumers and businesses alike as they search for auto insurance, is making sure that they are informed about what is available to them and that they have the tools that they need to use their knowledge to choose the right coverage for their needs from among the various quality policies…

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Insure.com releases survey showing where in the U.S. auto insurance is most expensive

Car insurance rates vary wildly from state to state. This is often due to differing regulations throughout the U.S. It is also because driving in some states is more dangerous than driving in others. Insure.com, an online insurance quote system, has conducted a survey to determine where auto insurance is most expensive in the country. The survey has ranked each state in terms of insurance premiums and the availability of affordable plans, using 900 insurance models as a benchmark. The survey found that Louisiana, Oklahoma and Michigan are the leaders…

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Saving money by better understanding your auto insurance coverage options

According to a news release issued by the Insurance Information Institute has shown that consumers purchasing auto insurance for the first time, or who are renewing an existing policy, should contact their agent or company rep to ensure that they are receiving the coverage that they need and at the best possible rate. Accomplishing this requires the consumer to educate him or herself at least a little bit about the various coverage options that are available. One of the best ways to obtain this information is simply by asking questions…

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Nationwide Insurance addresses modernization with N.C. Legislative Research Commission

Lee Morton, the regional vice president for North Carolina at Nationwide Insurance addressed the N.C. Legislative Research Commission Joint Study Committee on Automobile Insurance Modernization regarding the improvement of rate systems. He talked about the competitive, strong, healthy, diverse, and low-cost system for auto insurance that is already present within the state and identified concerns about the impact that changing the system could have on the state’s motorists. Morton explained that the insurance system in the state is currently fair to all motorists and provides consumers with protection against rate…

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Research ranks auto insurance premiums by state and finds uninsured increase costs

An online survey conducted by Insure.com, has shown that drivers in Louisiana, Michigan, and Oklahoma pay highest premiums for auto insurance in the country. On the flip side, Vermont had the lowest car insurance rates, according to the same survey. The findings were based on the rates paid every year by single males who are 40 years old and who commute 12 miles every day to work. This profile would generate a rate of $995 in Vermont, but was much higher in some other states. For example, the same person…

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