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Wednesday, April 2, 2014The road is filled with all sorts of drivers. While we could do with less road rage-fueled drivers, a good portion of the roads is made up of cautious drivers. These are the folks who drive the speed limit, fully stop at stop signs and generally obey traffic laws. READ MORE >>
Monday, September 30, 2013It sounded like such a good idea when you paid for the driving lessons, but now that your child has a driver’s license, you are faced with an eye-watering increase to your Dallas auto insurance premium. Your child, of course, has no driving record, and that makes them a risk to insurance providers. READ MORE >>
Thursday, April 11, 2013If you've used the services of a lawyer in the past, you're likely well aware of how expensive they can be. When making a simple Dallas auto insurance claim, you'll find that a lawyer will commonly charge you 33 per cent of the claim amount. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 13, 2013If you plan on keeping a car that you can't drive - perhaps you are restoring it, or are planning to sell it eventually - you should be aware that maintaining insurance is still important for a number of reasons. Vandalism, natural disasters and theft READ MORE >>
Wednesday, February 13, 2013When you move to a new state, you should start shopping for a new car insurance policy. This is necessary because your current insurance coverage will only be useful for between 30-90 days in the new state. Note, however, that you should not cancel your current policy before acquiring one in the new state since you must never drive without Dallas auto insurance. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 30, 2013Although Dallas auto insurance is undoubtedly a necessity, changing your policy may be a good idea. You might find that you're able to get better value for your money or that you're offered more efficient coverage. Other times, a bad experience with your company might drive you away from their service and on some rare occasions, they might even drop you due to no fault of your own. READ MORE >>