Car thieves are attracted to holidays for good reason: Vehicles are loaded and are often unattended.
A report predicts self-driving cars and ride-hailing services will cut the need for auto insurance 60% by 2040.
Like texting while driving, device use while strolling is also becoming a public safety hazard.
A lawsuit claims automakers knew about the fume risk of keyless ignitions but sold cars as safe anyway.
For every app, it seems there’s a hack. How will insurers adjust to this digital security dilemma?
New consumer study finds top auto insurers bump liability rates 20% on average, for widows.
Internet connectivity may pose a multifaceted roadblock to widespread acceptance of autonomous vehicles.
A Texas study finds breaking up with your auto insurer saves you an average of 19%.
Consumer Reports says it has uncovered a wealth of questionable practices used to set auto insurance rates.
Ethicists ponder whether self-driving cars will be capable of choosing to save one versus many.