Auto insurers can now identify loyal customers and charge them more. Regulators wonder: Is that fair?
Progressive abandons its level-or-better rate Snapshot policy to exact a surcharge from subpar drivers.
See how many motorists are brave enough to own up to odd behavior behind the wheel.
Filing a claim could drive up your insurance premium. Here’s how to decide whether it’s worth it after a minor incident.
Auto insurance agents brace for battle as Google prepares to rewrite the rules of road risk.
The record-breaking winter may be contributing to a rethinking of climate change among insurers.
There may be a link between cheaper gas prices and more collisions, according to a new study.
Flying drones and self-driving cars keep insurance actuaries wide awake imagining the liability risks.
Home insurance rates edged up 3.5 percent in 2014, auto insurance 2.1 percent, according to report.
A rise in home explosions triggered by legal pot processing may pique the interest of insurers.