Your auto insurance should cover damage from a collision - but be aware your car insurer may have rules regarding which repair shop you can use, or whether your policy covers new parts. Learn more here.
A car accident crushes your front bumper, your headlights and even your radiator. You'll want the mechanic to make your car looks and runs as good as new.
But will your car receive the same kind of … more
Would legislation promoting increased access to aftermarket auto parts help consumers?
The Promoting Automotive Repair, Trade and Sales (PARTS) Act proposes to reduce car manufacturers’ design … more
One of the most important reasons motorists buy auto insurance is to cover the cost of damage to other vehicles in a crash. But what happens when that damage also includes … more
Next time you let a friend borrow your car, keep in mind that it could end up being a much bigger favor than you intended.
Roughly 6 million auto accidents happen every year in the United States. … more
For anyone whose car is damaged by floodwaters, it’s crucial to know that the damage is covered only if your auto insurance policy includes comprehensive coverage.
Nearly every state … more