An extensive (and expensive) list of perpetrators make up the “No Class of 2017” as determined by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.
Annual report from auto insurance search engine The Zebra examines auto insurance pricing across the U.S., uncovers local and national trends in context of disastrous weather events, technological advances, distracted driving, and other behavioral changes.
A new Clearsurance ranking of the top auto, home and renters insurance carriers based entirely on policyholder feedback netted some strong results for USAA, which topped two of the categories and placed second in the other.
No doubt insurance is a serious business. But that doesn’t mean a lot of silly or curious things related to insurance won’t pop up in the news from time to time.
Uninsured motorist rates vary substantially among individual states, ranging from just 4.5% in Maine to 26.7% in Florida – driving up auto insurance premium costs by an average of $67.30 per covered car.
New DriveCheck assessment from NAIC intended to help consumers determine if usage-based auto insurance is a fit.
People with no credit pay 65% more for car insurance than people with excellent credit, according to WalletHub's 2017 Car Insurance & Credit Scores Report, which examines the extent major auto insurers use credit data in policy pricing.
Autonomous vehicles predicted to radically shrink auto insurance sector, change type, amount of coverage...
New research from KPMG says shifting driving risk to auto manufacturers and rapid adoption of mobility-on-demand will have significant impact on insurance business.
A combination of record numbers of miles driven, increased frequency and severity of collisions, and extreme weather has resulted in rate increases for 26% of customers and put a strain on customer satisfaction.
New TransUnion study explores auto insurance nuances of "less-loyal" Millennial policyholders.