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How CLUE is Affecting Auto Insurance Premium

You know that credit reports rule almost every aspect of our lives, from the ability to obtain a simple store credit card to buying a home. Insurance is no different, and insurance companies have a specialized report called CLUE that

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What Is an Undisclosed Driver?

An undisclosed driver is a person other than the driver specified on the policy who also has access to and drives the automobile listed on the policy. Whether this is just a one off – such as borrowing the car

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How to Lose Your Car Insurance

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It takes a fair bit of effort to lose your car insurance, but the surest way is to be less than honest on your car insurance application. If you are in an accident, you could end up with your insurance

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Florida PIP about to Drive into the Sunset?

The Legislature is at it again. You have to hand it to them, when they decided to mess with a buzz saw, they get right in there. No-Fault insurance and PIP (personal injury protection) were hailed as a breakthrough way

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What You Really Get With Cheap Car Insurance in Florida

You’ve seen the ads everywhere. Car insurance for $29.99 per month or even as low as $19.99 per month. This can look very attractive, especially if you’re short on cash. But what these low prices don’t tell you is the

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What Insurance Does an Uber/Lyft Driver Need?

2016 was the year that ridesharing broke out in a big way. In the gig economy Uber and Lyft broke the car barrier as well as the taxi barrier. A majority of respondents in the 16 to 24 age group

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Is Florida Personal Injury Protection About to Pop?

Once upon a time, an experiment with no-fault insurance promised to lower Florida drivers’ insurance rates. Back in 2012, it seemed that no-fault with PIP was the wave of the future, promising to bring relief to drivers hammered by rate

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