Category Archives: Auto Insurance

Nationwide Auto – Premium Refund

Due to the virus emergency, Nationwide is providing our auto customers a one-time premium relief of $50 per policy for personal auto policies active as of March 31, 2020. If you pay your premium with an automatic withdrawal from your bank account, the $50 will be deposited electronically. If not, you should be receiving a… Read More »

California’s drivers revealed as the nation’s worst

A mix of rising drunk driving incidents, distracted driving, and gridlocked highways has given California the dubious honor of hosting the nation’s worst drivers. Previously in second place, the Golden State now ranks first in the annual study on bad drivers by online insurance marketplace website QuoteWizard, which described the state’s drivers as “firmly the… Read More »

What you don’t know about CLUE can harm you!

Editorial [comments]:  Bob Walton | December 18, 2015 | So, after you filed an insurance claim, your homeowner’s policy was non-renewed, and you couldn’t find another company to insure you for a reasonable premium.  Or, perhaps, your automobile insurance premium was raised because you filed for bankruptcy.  Is this possible?  Yes, it is quite possible,  say the writers at… Read More »

Uptick in homeowners “telematics” raises serious privacy concerns

Thanks to our friends at Insurance Business America –     Author: Caitlin Bronson – October 20, 2015 | A decade ago, telematics devices revolutionized a significant portion of the auto insurance industry. Today, the usage-based insurance model is coming to homeowners policies, and raising serious questions about privacy along the way. In the past year,… Read More »