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Have a Dodge Car Insurance Policy in Florida? Better Watch Out for Staged Accidents

While insurance fraud as a whole is nothing new in the world of crime, one specific type of insurance fraud has become an increasingly common way for thieves to line their pockets at the expense of law-abiding motorists: Staged Accidents. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), if you have your Dodge insured in […] More »

  Comments | By - June 18, 2010

Save on Dodge Ram Insurance in Texas with Pay-Per-Mile Auto Insurance

If you live in Texas and you’re in the process of looking for car insurance for your new or used Dodge Ram, chances are you’re also looking for ways to save money on your policy. Luckily for you, as a Texas resident you have an option that drivers in most other states do not: Pay-Per-Mile […] More »

  Comments | By - June 16, 2010

Car Insurance Rates in California by Zip Code

Looking for car insurance in California? Wondering what type of rates you might be looking at in your area? The highest monthly payment (Beverly Hills) is almost twice as much as the lowest monthly payment (San Luis Obispo) – clearly illustrating that where you decide to live in California can end up costing (or saving […] More »

  Comments | By - June 11, 2010

5 Tips for Getting Gap Insurance Coverage for a Leased Dodge Dakota

Gap insurance for your leased Dodge Dakota is not only a good idea financially, it’s often a requirement for purchasing a leased vehicle. Gap insurance refers to an insurance plan that covers the remaining cost of a leased vehicle that you have not yet paid out to the leasing company. If you’re looking for Dodge […] More »

  Comments | By - June 9, 2010

Different Insurance Coverage Types for your Dodge Dakota

While most people pay their car insurance bills each month without paying much attention to the different types of coverage they have, savvy Dodge Dakota owners will take the time to understand and examine their car insurance policy to make sure that they have the correct amount of each type of coverage. While some level […] More »

  Comments | By - June 3, 2010

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