As the largest independent online auto insurance agency in the U.S., insurance.com is often asked to share its views on insurance topics and comment on current events. We have been featured and recommended in national publications, such as The Wall Street Journal, Consumer Reports, USA Today, Better Homes & Gardens and SmartMoney magazine, and popular online news sites and blogs, like the Consumer Reports Cars Blog, CNNMoney.com, CNBC.com and the Cars.com Kicking Tires blog.
Online auto insurance marketplace enables consumers to compare and purchase policies on their phones in as little as 10 minutes
Insurance.com analysis finds renters and those who live with parents file many more claims than homeowners do.
Insurance.com analysis ranks the cars that lead-footed drivers like most.
Insurance.com analysis details the percentage of vehicles, from new to 20 years old, whose owners forgo collision coverage to save money.
New Insurance.com tool allows car insurance shoppers to see what drivers the same age, with cars the same model year, choose.
Insurance.com survey finds Americans are open to, even eager for, cars that drive themselves.
Women admit to more driving gaffes than men, but men are more likely to drive away from a gas pump with the nozzle still in, according to an Insurance.com survey.
A new Insurance.com survey identifies the best and worst songs for the road, plus some guilty pleasures.
Insurance.com debuts a new insurance coverage comparison tool that helps drivers save money by choosing the right amount of insurance coverage.
The amount of money the average American spends on car insurance over a lifetime adds up to a sizable chunk of change. Insurance.com explains what consumers are paying for, points out where they may be overpaying and provides advice on how to keep that lifetime average to a minimum.
Adding a teen driver to a parent’s policy typically increases the bill by 44 percent – and that’s for a one-car family, according to data from Insurance.com.