Monthly Archives: May 2012

Kentucky Cracking Down on Uninsured Motorists

The state of Kentucky is cracking down on uninsured motorists. Under current law, drivers must show proof of insurance when renewing their vehicle registrations, but now the law is being changed. Effective June 1, drivers can have their registrations cancelled … Continue reading

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Delaware Launches Annual Seatbelt Campaign

Officials in the state of Delaware kicked off their annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign to enforce the use of seat belts on Monday. It involves an annual coordinated effort between municipal, county and state law enforcement agencies. The message … Continue reading

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Stop the texts. Stop the wrecks.

Lead Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, officials around the United States are cracking down on teens who text while drive with a new awareness campaign. Why? Because according to current statistics, you are 23 times more likely to have a … Continue reading

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Video: Reevaluate Your Auto Liability

We all know that most states require a minimum amout of liability insurance in order to drive your car legally, but is that enough? In this video, you learn why you need to consider boosting your liability insurance as your … Continue reading

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