These articles are seasonal or related to special events, but are still of interest. They don't necessarily fit into a specific category, so they have their own.
When disaster strikes, how long can your insurance company make you wait for a check? It all depends on where you live.
Insurance agents are everywhere, but a little detective work can help you find an expert who puts your needs first.
When is saving money a mistake? Following are four situations where buying low-priced insurance can lead to expensive lessons.
Most people know better than to skip health, life and car insurance. But what about other types of coverage?
Bartenders say Thanksgiving eve is a time when people catch up with old friends and college classmates
Compare auto insurance rates before deciding that a new, fuel-efficent car and a government rebate will save you money.
Insurance.com reminds everyone to drive safely this July 4.
Memorial Day is different this year because more people are planning to drive than last year. Here are a few tips on staying out of trouble...
Earth Day means a focus on saving the planet and reducing waste. You can achieve savings on your car and auto insurance with a few simple changes.
Auto insurance policyholders are protected, but anxious.
Making an entrance at prom is tough, but group transportation like a party bus or limo can make it easier.
The Barrett-Jackson collector car auction starts soon in Palm Beach, Florida. Car insurance is the least of bidders' worries.
Did you know these St. Patrick's Day facts?
Enjoy a staycation near your home instead of traveling for spring break.
Rob Klapper joins Insurance.com and is ready to listen and learn.
Insurance.com survey shows only 60% plan to celebrate this year.
Take our quiz and learn more about pioneers for equality.
Traveling for the inauguration? What will insurance cover?
Adding new gadgets may mean updating your car insurance.
Review our top 10 stories of the year and offer ideas for 2009.
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What to do when you realize you need a gift and don't have time to get one.
There are plenty of gift options despite the tough economy.
Some great ideas to help tight budgets go further this year.
What does your vote mean for hybrids and tax credits?
Will hybrids and tax credits make a difference?
Skipping the door-to-door trek this year?
Should you worry about your car insurance, too?
Driving safely can prevent accidents and traffic tickets, which makes the road a safer place and can also keep your car insurance rates low.
Leaf-peeping, leafing, fall foliage tours... whatever you call it, it's an enjoyable way to spend fall days.
Hurricane preparation means more than getting comprehensive car insurance. Personal safety and protection are paramount.
Learn why Labor Day is one of the deadliest days to drive.
College can mean new challenges, including driving.
Drive safely during back to school driving season.
Car insurance rates continued to increase during the second quarter of 2008 according to Insurance.com's latest report.
From witches and goblins to pirates and cheerleaders, communities all around the country will soon be invaded by trick-or-treaters of all ages. But did you know that Halloween has the highest rate of child-related pedestrian injuries in the country?
Kinds of insurance engaged couples should look into.
With the price of gas, home heating and electricity always increasing, there's never been a better time to take a look at some ways to conserve energy. Not only
Are you dreaming of a gastronomic tour of Provence? What about a trip to Arizona to see the Grand Canyon? Or perhaps a visit to the Duomo in Florence...
What kinds of insurance an overseas traveler should have.
Start the New Year right and get smart with your money.
Tips to make driving this holiday shopping season safer.
The holiday travel trip season is about to begin.
Keep safe this Halloween with some simple tips.
Summer is nearly here, and we`re all thinking about how much fun we`re going to have. We've got some useful tips and ideas about how to make the most of the sum
Is Florida going pink? If Florida state Senator Mike Fasano gets his way, many Florida residents just might be.
Whether it's a short trip to a nearby town, or a long leap from one side of the nation to the other, nothing gives peace of mind like a little advance planning.
When summer finally arrives, it often means you'll probably be spending more time outdoors. Before you head out to the beach or golf course, however, you'll want to make sure that you're protected from the damaging effects of the sun.
When summer approaches each year, more and more people pull their bicycles ou
It's time to get ready for summer camp, an American tradition as familiar as mosquitoes but a lot more fun. If you haven't already picked out a camp for your child to attend this summer, get started as soon as possible.
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