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Auto Insurance Special Topics

Follow these links for information on special topics related to your auto insurance coverage:

High Risk Auto Insurance - Being classified as a high risk driver almost certainly means a bigger insurance bill. But you can still cut costs.

No Fault Insurance - There are currently 12 no fault states. If you live in one of them, your auto insurance works a little differently than standard policies do.

Teen Car Insurance - Auto insurance for teen drivers can be an expensive prospect. Here's how to cut teen car insurance costs and keep your child safer on the road.

Auto Gap Insurance - If you're thinking of buying or leasing a new car, you need a gap insurance policy to fully protect your investment.

Auto Insurance and Your Credit - Insurers use a credit score to assess the likelihood that you will file an insurance claim in the future.

Auto Insurance Discounts for Military Personnel - If you or a close family member are in the military, you may qualify for special discounts with certain insurance companies.

Auto Insurance FAQ's - Got a question about auto insurance? Maybe it's already been answered! Try our FAQs, the age-old, tried and true method of distributing information on the Web.


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