Entries for category "car"

Attorney General's Proposal We sent the Attorney General over 400 of your emails, protesting "affidavit" testimony in court, in place of the police officer who ticketed you. Affidavit testimony takes away your right to cross examine your accuser. The end result is that the government's proposed legislation is NOT...

A Sign Traffic signs may not be the only signs to watch for when driving. You may wish to watch out for the astrological signs too. By compiling raw data, InsuranceHotline.com has discovered a link between a driver's astrological sign and their tendency to get tickets and accidents. We thought...

Car Carma - and the inner driver The Book I'm in the final stages of launching the "ONLY" car insurance book that answers the questions drivers won't ask their insurance rep for fear their rate will skyrocket. The book also reveals which Zodiac signs belong to the worst drivers. And...

Stolen vehicle – what to do now? Though we do all we can to protect our vehicles, there remains the unfortunate possibility that it can still be stolen. What should you do in this case? Phone the authorities: Immediately call the police and record the date and...

Insurance Companies Rate Increases and Decreases Click below to see which insurance companies lowered auto insurance rates. Overall, rates continue to fall in 2005, BUT it's less than 2%, (1.82% to be exact). In fact, one company has raised their rates. Is this the start of a trend? <span...

Look at this chart: Here's an example of 30 insurance companies' rates for a driver with a clean record. It also shows what happens if they get ticketed, possibly after having an accident. This also shows why you should always check what you are paying through <span...

Accidentally Speaking Accidents VS Insurance Claims The Law VS Insurance Companies: Insurance companies have their own rules for determining who is at fault after an accident. That fault may not be the same as the rules of law. You could be considered...

Lending Your Car If you lend your car, you lend your insurance. Another driver can seriously affect your insurance rates. Their tickets are their problem, but their accidents are your problem. Who can drive your car? You can lend your car to anyone who has a valid driver's...

The "Benefits" to Whiplash If injured in an auto accident, you are entitled to these benefits: Income Replacement: If you are unable to work, your policy covers 80% of your income up to a maximum $400 per week, and you can purchase a higher limit if needed. If...