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Put the brake on rising costs of car insurance

If you drive, you must carry auto insurance. And, like most insurance products, rates seem to go one way -- up. Be a savvy consumer. Learn how auto insurance is calculated and what you can do to lower your costs.

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Insurance 101
Six parts to every auto insurance policy
Fundamental insurance lingo is not really as confusing at it seems.
Plus: What is no-fault insurance?
 
What you need to know about auto insurance
Get the most coverage with the least moolah with these money-saving tips.
Plus: 9 ways to save on auto insurance
 
Insuring your teen driver without breaking the bank
Reduce the financial woes of insuring your eager teen driver.
 
Does having bad credit make you a bad driver?
Here's why you should always pay your bills on time.
 
What to expect after an auto accident
Take these steps immediately after you're involved in an accident.
 
-- Posted: March 14, 2003
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