There are many changes that have happened over the last couple months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Changes that you might not have noticed if you’ve been staying home are the ones happening on the road. There’s been significantly less traffic in commonly bustling cities, record-low gas prices and a plethora of speeding tickets. So, what will happen when people start driving normally again?Read More »How COVID-19 Has Changed Traffic, Car Insurance, and More in the U.S.
(3-minute read) For most adults, driving is an every day part of life. Whether you’re making your daily commute to work or going on a weekend road trip, driving is probably the easiest and most convenient way to for you to get around. Unfortunately, to get from point A to point B, many people tend to drive over the speed limit. Maybe you were running late to a dentist appointment or to your kid’s dance recital, but now, like 1 in 6 other Americans, you have to deal with a speeding ticket.Read More »How Does A Speeding Ticket Affect My Auto Insurance?
Have you ever been late for an appointment where speeding seemed like a good idea? Or, perhaps you’re one of those drivers who has a lead foot and routinely tries to break the sound barrier on the road. Regardless of which group you fall into, if you’re not driving over the speed limit and receive a speeding ticket, the points on your license will affect how much you pay for Auto Insurance.Read More »What Happens to Your Auto Insurance if You Get a Speeding Ticket?