Monthly Archives: April 2011

Wednesday Matinee: Flo Talks About Progressive Snapshot

The big news last month was that Progressive’s pay-as-you-drive program, which they call Snapshot, was going national. Until then, it was limited to a few test markets. But what is Snapshot, and how does it work? This video explains:

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WI Governor Signs Insurance Rollback Into Law

This should come as no surprise to anyone who’s been following the story, but earlier today, Governor Walker of Wisconsin signed the bill that would decrease the amount of mandatory automobile liability coverage in his state. The current requirements were … Continue reading

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The Hartford Embraces EVs

This isn’t really about car insurance, but it applies to cars so we’re sharing it. Insurance giant The Hartford announced recently that it’s changing it’s home insurance policies for new and existing customers to make charging stations for electric vehicles … Continue reading

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Wednesday Matinee: Warranty vs. Service Contract

There’s a lot of confusion about extended service contracts and third-party warranties for cars. Do they work in addition to car insurance? Do they replace cheap car insurance? What’s the deal? This video explains a lot:

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Got Mods? Better Declare Them

Our friends over at Swinton Insurance in the UK recently posted a video reminding drivers to declare to their insurance company any mods they’ve made to their cars. Since graduation time is approaching, and we know a lot of young … Continue reading

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