Posts filed under: California Drivers

 You don’t need a fuel-efficient car to reduce fuel consumption – how you drive can help you get the best out of your existing car. This is a popular concept known as hyper-miling. These simple hyper-miling tips from carbonfund.org will help you...
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In order to apply for your Driver’s License you must first pass a written test. The driver’s manual is the book that provides the information you need to know in order to pass your written test and to get your driver’s permit. It...
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Teen Driving, every teens most exciting part of life and every parents nightmare.  Here are some alarming statistics regarding teen driving that you may want to remember for yourself or your kids. 33% of deaths among 13 to 19-year-olds in...
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Safety is often cited as a top priority among car buyers and rightfully so, considering automotive fatalities have increased in recent years and continue to result in over 30,000 deaths per year. To date, automotive fatalities are the number one...
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To operate a motor vehicle in the state of California, drivers are required to adhere to certain safety standards and regulations. The intention of these laws is to increase safety for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians on roadways. Below are a...
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High-Risk Drivers Summary: Insurance for High-Risk Drivers High-risk drivers face a number of challenges when purchasing car insurance; however, there are options to make the process of shopping and obtaining cheap car insurance easier. High-Risk Drivers While nearly all states...
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When it comes to car insurance, customers typically look to find the best price. However, when it comes to auto insurance policies, cheaper is not always better, and there are a number of reasons why. Cheap vs. Affordable Car Insurance...
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Driving Records and Car Insurance Rates Because your past driving behavior is indicative of your future behavior on the road, your driving history is a major factor in how your risk is viewed and, in turn, how your premium gets...
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Auto Insurance Rates: How They’re Determined A car insurance carrier considers many factors when evaluating risk, including: Age. Gender. Location. Vehicle type. Marital status. Accident history. Driving record. Annual mileage. Credit score. These factors help insurers form a composite look...
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As stated above, penalties for driving without insurance vary from state to state; however, a few of the most common penalties include: Having your driver’s license suspended. Having your vehicle registration suspended. Receiving a traffic ticket for a no insurance violation. This is...
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