Streetsmart insurance Blog
As carmakers modernize their vehicles by employing more and more technology, cars have been getting safer and more difficult to steal.
You should prepare for increases in your commercial vehicle insurance coverage for 2017 as accidents, injuries and costs rise for the first time in decades and insurers make up for years of low pricing.
As much as you worry about maintaining your car’s shiny look, it is equally important (or even far moreso) to treat your car’s battery well. Without a functioning battery, even a gorgeous looking vehicle won’t get you very far.
Traditionally, insurance has relied on information asymmetry: The insurance carrier has had the advantage of access to reams of actuarial data which it uses to price policies, while the customer has had the advantage of more intimate knowledge of his or her own particular situation.
Being a first-time car owner is sure to be exciting. You can get lost in the excitement and buy all sorts of accessories that you’ve always wanted to have. However, you need to think practically and make sure that you buy the essentials before anything else. You might be surprised, but you will agree that it’s what you need for your car when you first buy it. Take a look at our list of car essentials.
By now, you've likely noticed that your commercial automotive insurance rates have been increasing since last year, and for now there seems to be no slowing the momentum.
Having headlights that are not aimed properly can cause a lot of trouble for both the driver and other motorists. In fact, you will often see approaching vehicles flashing you with their lights because you are blinding them with yours. Collisions and time can cause headlights to shift and become misaligned. If you only see a short stretch of the road ahead, your headlights might be askew.
Comprehensive and collision coverage are two important factors of your car insurance policy that you need to know about. Although both of these are not required by law, they can really keep you out of a lot of tight situations.
An unlisted driver is an individual who can drive your vehicle despite the fact that they are not included on your auto insurance policy as a listed driver. There are multiple reasons why you may ask an unlisted driver to use your car, but they generally fall into two categories: drivers who should not be listed on your insurance policy, and drivers who should.
If you own a vehicle in the United States of America, you are required to purchase automobile insurance to protect your car, truck, van, or SUV from potential perils. There are multiple types of auto insurance policies, but the most common policies fall under the commercial and personal auto insurance umbrellas. As their names suggest, these categories are designed to protect business owners and individual consumers whether they drive, park, or store their vehicles.