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Liberty Agency Underwriters Adds Limo Coverage

While most auto insurance companies offer commercial insurance, that’s normally limited to commercial trucks, or passenger vehicles driven for business purposes. It’s great news, then that Liberty Mutual Agency Corporation’s specialty branch, Liberty Agency Underwriters, is now expanding it’s Limousine program to California. The limo product will be underwritten by ProTrans, Inc., and will include […]

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Texas Says, “We’ll Help You Shop Around”

The Texas legislature recently filed two separate bills that would require insurance companies to be more forthcoming with customers with regard to rate increase information, and would also expand consumer resources for shopping the insurance market. In the words of Representative Armando Walle (Houston), House Bills 2723 and 2724 would, “…help consumers fully understand the […]

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Friday Filmstrips: Auto Insurance 101

Did you know that auto insurance is as important as homeowners insurance? Don’t worry, you’ll know even more than that after this week’s video, Auto Insurance 101.

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Arkansas: Back Seat Belts Not Required

We all know that wearing a seat belt is required for drivers and front-seat passengers in every state but New Hampshire, and it’s generally understood that doing so helps reduce injuries in car accidents, which in turn helps keep auto insurance costs lower. The state of Arkansas recently considered legislation that would require rear seat […]

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In Brief: Oregon Helmet Law Modifications?

The state of Oregon currently requires all motorcycle riders to wear helmets, regardless of age or type of bike. Twenty members of the Oregon legislature want to change that. Specifically, they believe only bikers under the age of 21 should be required to wear helmets. State Representative Andy Olson (R) sponsored a bill to relax […]

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Oregon Re-Rating Law Working for Consumers

Thousands of residents of Oregon are happy about their lower insurance premiums, thanks to a year-old law about credit scoring, say the results of a survey by the Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS). The law allows policyholders to request that their insurance company re-rate or re-price their homeowners or auto insurance policy once […]

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Insurance Costs Less in Ohio

A bunch of my friends from places like California and Texas have recently relocated to various cities in Ohio. Being someone who has fulfilled her obligations to the winter weather several times over, it’s been difficult for me to comprehend why anyone would want to move there. Apparently, insurance costs a lot less there. Specifically, […]

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Wyoming Releases First Crash Report with Expanded Data

The state of Wyoming updated their data collection practices with regard to automobile crashes two years ago and have now compiled the first report using the more detailed information. The new system includes more specific information about factors like driver distractions, and what injuries were incurred. Wyoming Department of Transportation representative Stephanie Lucero said that […]

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Friday Filmstrips: Holiday Highway Safety Tips

Whether you’re heading to the stores on Black Friday or waiting til Saturday or Sunday to head home from your holiday destination, safety counts! For today’s Friday Filmstrip, we offer Holiday Highway Safety Tips. Enjoy!

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