FAQs

Why Is My Insurance So High With No Accidents?

So you’re a good driver. You’ve never been in an accident. You’ve never even made a claim on your car insurance policy. Why are you paying so much for car insurance? There are several reasons your insurance may be so high with no accidents. Today, Read More…

Is Auto Insurance Tax Deductible?

Everyone would like to save a little more money and paying less tax or getting a bigger return is definitely one of the ways that you can do that. If you can deduct your auto insurance from your taxes, you’ll pay less, which means more Read More…

How Does My Job Affect My Insurance Rates?

Steve from Anchorage, AK asks – “Does my occupation have any effect on the amount I will be paying for auto insurance?” Some auto insurers consider your occupation and education when they’re determining your auto insurance rates. Some insurance companies will ask you about your Read More…

Why Do Women Get Cheaper Car Insurance?

Samuel from Tallahassee, FL asks “Why does my girlfriend pay so much less than me for auto insurance? Our driving records are the same!“ Our Answer: You may think it’s unfair that men pay more for auto insurance than women, but you may be wrong Read More…

Why Don’t States Verify Insurance When Registering Your Car?

While all states, except for New Hampshire and Virginia, require that drivers have at least a minimum amount of liability insurance, some don’t require proof of insurance when registering vehicles. Illinois, Montana, Washington, and New Hampshire are the only states that allow you to register Read More…

What’s the History and Background Behind AAA?

The American Automobile Association (AAA) is a collection of motor clubs across the United States and Canada. ‘Triple-A’ has 60 million members across North America. Members enjoy benefits like roadside assistance, insurance, and travel perks. Many drivers have heard of AAA, but few know the Read More…