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From classic cars to luxury cars and everything in between, Americans love our cars. After all, we live in a very mobile society where cars are often a necessity. Besides--we love the freedom! But owning a car means taking care of it, driving safely and keeping it insured. These articles can help you enjoy the ride. 

  • Safety Tips for Traveling Out of Town

    Whether it's holiday travel or a summer road trip, review these safety tips before you go so you can relax and enjoy your trip without worry.

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  • Keep Your Car Rolling in the Summer Heat

    While most cars function almost as well in hot weather as they do on a mild day, prolonged heat can cause major damage. Learn how the summer heat may affect your vehicle and how to help protect it.

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  • Giving Up the Pump for the Plug

    People say unplugging makes it easier to relax, but when it comes to cars, plugging in is gaining popularity. Are you considering an electric vehicle (EV) for your next car?

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  • Charging an Electric Car

    Lower operating cost and better environmental impact make electric vehicles (EV) an attractive option, but charging them can be a bit of a challenge in terms of time and convenience. You can make it work if you know your options and plan. This article explores those options so you can decide if an EV is right for you.

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  • Tips for Buying a Used Car

    Does the thought of buying a used car give you heartburn? Doing a little research before you buy can help.

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  • Your Teen

    Got a teen driver in the family? This section has articles we hope will help them be more educated drivers and answer questions you might have about insuring them.

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  • Transferring Your Auto Insurance

    If you're buying a new car, getting it insured properly should be a priority because different cars have different insurance coverage needs.

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  • Borrowing Trouble: What to Do if Your Friend Wrecks Your Car

    From a young age, we are taught to share. It’s a nice thing to do. But when it’s your car, you need to be prepared for what could happen if a friend wrecks your car. Read this before you hand over your key fob.

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