Unless you're a Transformer or Turbo Teen, the fact that you're reading this means you're not a car. So why do parts of your auto insurance cover you?
Insurance fraud scams -- including staging accidents and creating fake titles for nonexistent cars -- cost Americans tens of billions of dollars a year. And unfortunately, they've become more prevalent. How do savvy insurance agents suss them out? See more »
As if the idea of a car accident isn't stressful enough, imagine if that accident were a staged scam. We've listed some of the most common auto insurance cons, along with some advice on how to stay vigilant. See more »
Auto insurance can put a huge dent in your wallet. But you don't want to be caught without it if you end up with a dented front end. We'll tell five ways you can lower your premium. See more »
You've heard lots of things you shouldn't tell your insurer after a wreck, but what do they need to know to fairly and promptly process your claim? See more »
Most consumers are aware that certain things, such as causing an accident, will cause their auto insurance rates to take a hike. But there are some factors that can raise your rates -- like the five on this list -- that may surprise you. See more »
Car accidents are pretty standard fare, but occasionally, some really weird stuff lands on insurance adjusters' desks. From mattresses to minibuses, you won't believe it until you read it! See more »