The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) warns that cars damaged in the recent Texas and South Central U.S. floods are likely to be sold by fraudsters.
State regulators warn auto insurers to stick to underwriting based on risk.
Researchers find that self-driving cars may drive too perfectly for their own good, as well as ours.
Federal officials appear cautiously optimistic that autonomous cars can make highways safer.
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.