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The short answer is every individual car policy will be different in regards to theft, so it depends. But there are some common factors that will apply to most policies. If your vehicle is stolen and not retrieved by the police your insurance policy may cover the theft, but you must have full coverage that includes comprehensive insurance. READ MORE >>

Key takeaways Larger cities tend to be more dangerous. The average population of our 20 safest cities is 208,944, compared with an average population of 488,710 for the 20 most dangerous cities. However, not all big cities are riskier for drivers: The nation’s largest city, New York City, is the 34th safest, according to our analysis. READ MORE >>

1. You can only shop for car insurance when your current policy expires. Many consumers don’t realize that they aren’t bound to their auto insurance coverage for the full term (ie – 6/12 months). The insured can cancel at any time, subject to fees that vary by carrier. READ MORE >>

Speeding tickets and DUIs are the bane of any driver’s record. Not only do you have to go through the anxiety of having to face the officer that is knocking on your car window, you will also be faced with higher insurance premiums in the upcoming years. READ MORE >>

There’s the car you use every day. Then there’s the prized convertible or antique tin lizzie you roll out of the garage on sunny spring mornings and for summer day trips. You use them differently, and you can insure them differently – everyday car insurance for your everyday car and collector car insurance for your classic. READ MORE >>

Imagine you took the roof off your house, turned the whole thing upside down and started shaking. Everything that hit the dirt is what your insurance company calls “personal property” – hence Personal Property Coverage (Coverage C) on your homeowners, condo or renters policy. READ MORE >>

Leaky roofs. Dinged-up paint jobs. Busted windows. Hailstorms cause extensive property damage throughout the U.S. each year, especially once hail reaches quarter size (1 inch) or larger, according to the National Severe Storms Laboratory. If severe hail falls in your area and damages your home or vehicle, will your insurance cover the repairs? READ MORE >>

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