Monthly Archives: February 2011

Montana Cracking Down on Uninsured Motorists with New Bill

Legislators in the state of Montana have proposed an increase in fines for drivers who have been caught without automobile liability insurance more than once. Under the terms of the uninsured motorists bill, HB 243, on a second conviction drivers … Continue reading

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Wednesday Matinee: Auto Insurance for Seniors

As people age, many things become a bit more intimidating. Auto insurance is one of them. This video offers some great information for auto insurance and senior citizens.

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IL Auto Repair Shop Closed for Workers’ Comp Violations

Last Friday, the IWCC (Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission) closed down an employer operating without insurance: Chicago-based ZRJ Auto Repair, at 2545 W. Chicago Ave. According to the Commission’s report, in this and similar cases, the employer was given several opportunities … Continue reading

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Cheap Gas Important in England, Too

I don’t know about the rest of you, but my husband and I try to only buy gas at our local grocery store, because every time you spend $50 at the store, they give you a coupon for a $0.10/gallon … Continue reading

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Wednesday Matinee: Frozen Windshield Wipers

If you’re in one of the parts of the country socked in by snow and cold weather, you’ve probably experienced frozen windshield wiper blades at some point. It’s important to keep these in working order, because they’re your insurance against … Continue reading

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New York: Hang Up & Drive or Get 2 Points on Your License

If you’re in New York, hang up and drive! Why? Because effective tomorrow, February 16, New York motorists caught talking on their cell phones without a headset will earn two points on their driving records, and that means higher insurance … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Atty General Says No to Progressive

Martha Coakley, Attorney General for the state of Massachusetts, is pushing state regulators to say no to a request from Progressive Corp to increase auto insurance rates for commercial policyholders by 23.5 percent. In a letter to the Division of … Continue reading

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