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If you get a ticket or lose your driver's license, this isn't the end of the road. Other driving penalties might follow, and they might hang around for years. As they accumulate, they could raise your auto insurance rates. Why does this occur? What can you do to avoid such penalties? READ MORE >>

Most drivers are probably going to make a mistake from time to time. We strive not to, but sometimes, we slip up. When we do, we could face various legal penalties. These might run the gamut from tickets to license suspensions and SR-22 penalties. Unfortunately, all these penalties might cause your insurance rates to jump. READ MORE >>

Everyone knows their credit is an important measure of financial security. If your credit drops, so will your reliability. Those who have an investment in you, such as your auto insurance company, might feel compelled to take action. That could mean higher prices and more hassle down the road. READ MORE >>

Car insurers charge you premiums based on the cost risk you pose to them. Often, they determine this risk based, in part, on your driving record. Every driver is different, and some have more complicated records than others. Still, though you may have a poor driving history, that doesn't mean you will have to pay higher prices forever. READ MORE >>

A lot of factors influence your auto insurance prices. These factors combine to create a risk profile that indicates to insurers how much to charge you for your coverage. Some of these factors cannot be manipulated. However, others you can influence to possibly get better prices down the road. READ MORE >>

Families change all the time. Eventually, your kids will grow up, and most will need to learn to drive. That means making sure they have a vehicle and insurance coverage that meets their unique needs. If you are a single parent, you might wonder how to procure a policy for this child. READ MORE >>

Some teen drivers receive a used car from their parents. However, others buy a car for themselves. If this is the case, it's a great way to learn more about your own financial independence. However, once you have that responsibility, you must manage it. Owning a car means facing costs you likely haven't seen in the past. READ MORE >>

As drivers, we must factor car insurance rates into our budgets. It's only natural, therefore, for us to try and make our insurance bill as affordable as possible. Getting an affordable rate means more than just asking your Auto Insurance Discounters agent to find you the cheapest price. READ MORE >>

Drivers who make mistakes can expect to face consequences. These might include small fines, or points on your license. In severe cases, they might lead to an SR-22 penalty. An SR-22 certificate verifies for the state that you have car insurance. However, for your insurer, it might signal that you have a poor driving record. READ MORE >>

As you get older, you're likely not going to use your car as much as you once did. Retirement might not equate to long commutes. And changes in your health restrict your ability road trips. Even when driving short distances, you might not be able to control your vehicle the way you once did. READ MORE >>

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