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Wednesday, December 19, 2018 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 >>
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 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 >>
Wednesday, June 6, 2018 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 >>
Wednesday, June 21, 2017If you've received an SR-22, you might see changes in your car insurance coverage. It is easy to understand why SR-22 requirements can be a bit of a hassle. An SR-22 status indicates you are a high-risk driver, so SR-22 requirements help protect other drivers and insurers from the enhanced risk you present. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 7, 2017Drivers who carry SR-22 certificates are deemed high-risk when they hit the road. But, even if you have an SR-22, there are ways that you can lower your on-road risks. SR-22 requirements generally come after serious traffic violations such as DUIs, at-fault wrecks or multiple speeding tickets. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, July 16, 2014Driving during rush hour traffic can be very frustrating, but it's crucial to keep your road rage in check. Why? The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration reports that aggressive driving behaviors contribute to approximately one-third of all car accidents and two-thirds of accident-related fatalities. READ MORE >>