The National Insurance Crime Bureau has released the top ten stolen cars for 2011. The list includes every vehicle reported stolen to police, and includes cars that were not insured when they were stolen. The list is interesting in the mix of older, easier to steal vehicles and newer more valuable ones with [...]
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Lojack has released a list of the most stolen and recovered cars of 2011. The list is not representative of the actual rates that cars were stolen, but of how many were stolen and recovered using Lojack. I acknowledge that it’s not an independent list, and is a little bit on the advertisement side, but [...]
GM is offering buyers free insurance for a year with the purchase of a new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac vehicle. The pilot program is currently available in Oregon and Washington, but may become available nation wide if it proves successful.
Car insurance is a major expense, and on a new car, the price can [...]
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its Top Safety Picks for 2011. Each year, the IIHS tests new cars in front and side high-speed crashes, a rollover crash and evaluates the seat and head restraints for protection of the head and neck in rear impact crashes. Vehicles that earn a “good” [...]
Cadillac is offering 0% financing incentives on every model during August. The no interest financing incentive is good for 72 months on almost every vehicle, so if you’re shopping for a luxury car this month, you can’t go wrong picking a Cadillac.
The 2010 Cadillac CTS (pictured), DTS, Escalade and STS all come with 0% [...]
According to a recent study on auto insurance rates by Insure.com, switching from a big SUV or truck to a small car is likely to raise your insurance premium.
The consumer shift to smaller, more fuel-friendly cars is huge right now, as the price of gas averages more than $4 a gallon.
Shouldn’t your insurance company reward you [...]
Can you really buy a new car, drive it off the lot and then total it in an accident on your way home? Sure. Accidents are totally unpredictable and I’m sure there are people out there who have had this situation happen to them. I think gap insurance is definitely something you should read up [...]