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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. 

  • 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.

    Get Charged
  • Is A Self-Driving Car in Your Future?

    There's a lot of talk these days about autonomous, or self-driving cars. While they aren't legally allowed on public roads in the U.S. yet, the option is coming. Are you ready to give up control?

    Learn More
  • Crash Avoidance Technology

    Crash Avoidance Technology safety stats are showing some interesting trends. Do you know what some of the new technology does?  

    Find Out
  • Why Aren't Teens Buckling Up?

    Injury and fatality rates for teens who weren't wearing seat belts at the time of a car accident are alarming. Here are the reasons they give for not wearing seat belts, and how you can help convince them otherwise.

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  • Defensive Driving Tips

    More and more people are driving these days, thanks to lower gas prices. But more drivers on the road can mean more accidents, so it doesn't hurt to practice defensive driving. Review these 7 tips.

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  • 10 Driving Habits That Damage Your Car

    Here are 10 things you're probably doing when you drive that you don't even notice--and they could be damaging your car. If you want to make the most of your new car, here here's how to break those habits.

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  • Discounts to Help You Save

    Everyone likes to save money, especially on insurance. This article explains which discounts you might be eligible for.

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  • Get the Most Value for Your Insurance Dollars

    Discounts and higher deductibles are ways to lower your auto insurance premium, but there's another option that most people don't even know about.

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  • What to Do After an Accident

    In the minutes after a car accident, you may only be thinking about calling for emergency assistance, but here are some other things you need to know.

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  • Safety First: 12 Things Every Car Should Have

    Unless you work from home or live in really big city, driving a car is an integral part of your day-to-day activities. Knowing how to take care of yourself, your car and those around you in case of an emergency is vital. Make sure you have a car safety kit to help you do just that.

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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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