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In an ideal world, car insurance would be straightforward and everyone would understand exactly how it works. Unfortunately, that's not the way it is. Auto policies these days make the Magna Carta seem like light reading. Making matters worse is a flood of misinformation drowning out the facts and forcing drivers to figure out what is fact and what is fiction. READ MORE >>

When Korie and Sergii Bukovelo went to see their insurance agent, the newlyweds just wanted auto insurance. But the couple, who had just moved into their first apartment in Hamburg, ended up with something extra: renters insurance. READ MORE >>

Hurricane Irene hitting the East Coast was a reminder to the country that we are currently in the midst of storm season. With regard to hurricanes, the season in the Atlantic Ocean officially runs from June through November, with activity tending to peak around September. READ MORE >>

In an effort to rein in on risk in North Carolina, Allstate has begun dropping homeowner’s policies for those that refuse to also purchase their auto insurance from the company. The 45,000 homeowners Allstate currently provides coverage for in the state have been informed that they must swi... READ MORE >>

CLUE, or Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, is a database that car insurance and home owner's insurance companies use to help them determine a potential client's risk of filing a claim. If someone has filed one or more claims on a vehicle, the insurance company is more likely to charge a higher premium because they believe the driver poses a greater risk. READ MORE >>

What do homeowners see as the biggest danger to their homes? Fire? Floods? Tornadoes or hurricanes? Actually, it’s falling home values. According to a new insurance industry study, over half of all homeowners (58 percent) said falling property values are the biggest hazard their home faces... READ MORE >>

Winter is upon us, and winter driving comes with it. While safety is an important consideration all year long, there are certainly some auto maintenance jobs and safety checks that are specific to chilled air and winter driving that are a good idea to check into before we're knee deep in the season. READ MORE >>

Lending a vehicle is a helpful and friendly thing to do, and in most cases perfectly safe. However, many drivers are unaware of their responsibility level when someone else is behind the wheel of their car. InsuranceHotline.com reminds drivers that lending a vehicle might just be a bigger favour than they anticipated. READ MORE >>

What's a holiday party or even the traditional Christmas morning scene itself without a beautifully decorated tree? If your household, as those of more than 33 million other American homes, includes a natural tree in its festivities, take to heart the sales person's suggestion—"Keep the tree watered. READ MORE >>

It's been a bad year for homeowners, with hurricanes and wildfires. If disaster strikes and destroys your home, there could be another disaster lurking - your insurance company may not pay enough to rebuild. Sixty-four percent of American homes are underinsured, according to a California company that tracks rebuilding costs. READ MORE >>

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