Your driving record tracks your driving history and can affect your car insurance rates. Learn more about what a driving record is and what it tracks.
A speeding ticket can add points to your license and cause your car insurance rates to increase. Here’s how long a speeding ticket stays on your record.
A DUI will stay on your record anywhere from five years to indefinitely, depending on where you live. Learn how long a DUI stays on your record in your state.
Car insurance is expensive because of unique factors in your risk profile. For example, if you've had an accident in the past three years or live in an area with a lot of claims, your auto insurance rates will be more expensive.
What is a clean driving record and what are the benefits? Read on to learn more about what is considered a clean driving record.
Speeding tickets affect your car insurance rates for up to five years and raise rates around $45/mo. Learn how to save money after a speeding ticket here.
Take advantage of these 14 ways to get cheaper car insurance and stop paying too much for your auto insurance.
A DUI (driving under the influence) is typically a lesser charge with a lower BAC while a DWI (driving while impaired/intoxicated) is a more serious charge.
An SR-22 is a document you file with your state to prove you meet the minimum car insurance coverages required by law in your state. See why you may need it.
Non-standard drivers are considered the riskiest drivers to insure. See what reasons you may deemed non-standard by an insurance company.