Auto Insurance News You May Have Missed Week of February 24th 2014

Auto Insurance News 2014

8 Signs You May Be Looking at a Flood-Damaged Vehicle

Flood-damaged cars are most likely to turn up in states affected by coastal and river flooding. Here’s a list from most to least flood-damaged, from CarFax: Texas, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Louisiana, Illinois, New York, Florida, Missouri and Virginia.
Source: Freeway Insurance
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Virginia’s Secure Driver’s License and ID Cards

DMV no longer issues driver’s licenses and ID cards in DMV customer service centers. Customers receive new secure licenses and ID cards by mail
Source: Virginia DMV

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D.C. withholds more than $10K in refunds for bad tickets

The District owes more than $10,000 in ticket refunds from the past five years, according to documents obtained by ABC7. The revelation comes after WTOP Ticketbuster and ABC7 helped driver Christen Eliason get her ticket voided last July.
Source: WTOP.com
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Engrave your valuables with driver’s license number

The Police Department’s Problem Oriented Policing (POP) Detective Duane Jacques in partnership with the public library has launched a new program to better assist Portsmouth residents with protecting their property. The department is now encouraging residents to engrave on the back of their valuables their New Hampshire driver’s license number.
Source: seacoastonline.com

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New “Classic Car” Plates To Be Offered

The Connecticut State Department of Motor Vehicles is planning to offer new classic vehicle vehicle standard or vanity license plates, to replace the black and white “Early American” available for cars, trucks and motorcycles that are at least twenty years old.
Source: connecticut.cbslocal.com

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Oregon driver-card ballot title might get rewrite

A state representative and others say the Legislature might rewrite the title of a November ballot measure that asks voters whether to grant driver cards to people who can’t prove they’re in Oregon legally.
Source: Statesman Journal
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DMV rule changes would make license test quicker

Officials with the state Division of Motor Vehicles are hoping to get public feedback about rule changes that could impact drivers across North Carolina. The changes proposed by DMV could shorten wait times at offices and will also make North Carolina’s license procedures similar to other states.
Source: WRAL.com
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Car Title Troubles Popping Up in Nueces County

The Tax-Assessor Collector in Nueces County says in the past week alone his office has seen several car title troubles. Many people are spending their income tax return to buy cars, only to find out, the title is not clear.
Source: KRISTV.com
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Great Texas Warrant Roundup is Coming

The Great Texas Warrant Roundup is coming, so if you have unpaid traffic or non-traffic Class C citations now is a good time to take care of them.
Source: KAGS News
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Michigan car insurance plan includes premium cut

House Republicans are proposing a revised overhaul of Michigan’s auto insurance system and to guarantee a 10 percent cut in premiums for two years.
Source: minbcnews.com
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Most Expensive Cities for Car Insurance

Drivers in some U.S. cities will face higher car insurance premiums in 2014. Car insurance rates vary significantly across the country, and some citizens will pay significantly more depending on where they live.
Source: DailyFinance
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8 Signs You May Be Looking at a Flood-Damaged Vehicle

Flood-damaged cars are most likely to turn up in states affected by coastal and river flooding. Here’s a list from most to least flood-damaged, from CarFax: Texas, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Louisiana, Illinois, New York, Florida, Missouri and Virginia,

Source: Freeway Insurance

Get the Full story

 

Virginia’s Secure Driver’s License and ID Cards

DMV no longer issues driver’s licenses and ID cards in DMV customer service centers. Customers receive new secure licenses and ID cards by mail

Source: Virginia DMV

Get the Full story

 

D.C. withholds more than $10K in refunds for bad tickets

The District owes more than $10,000 in ticket refunds from the past five years, according to documents obtained by ABC7. The revelation comes after WTOP Ticketbuster and ABC7 helped driver Christen Eliason get her ticket voided last July.

Source: WTOP.com

Get the Full story

 

Engrave your valuables with driver’s license number

The Police Department’s Problem Oriented Policing (POP) Detective Duane Jacques in partnership with the public library has launched a new program to better assist Portsmouth residents with protecting their property. The department is now encouraging residents to engrave on the back of their valuables their New Hampshire driver’s license number.

Source: seacoastonline.com

Get the Full story

 

New “Classic Car” Plates To Be Offered

The Connecticut State Department of Motor Vehicles is planning to offer new classic vehicle vehicle standard or vanity license plates, to replace the black and white “Early American” available for cars, trucks and motorcycles that are at least twenty years old.
Source: connecticut.cbslocal.com

Get the Full story

 

 

 

Oregon driver-card ballot title might get rewrite

A state representative and others say the Legislature might rewrite the title of a November ballot measure that asks voters whether to grant driver cards to people who can’t prove they’re in Oregon legally.

Source: Statesman Journal

Get the Full story

 

DMV rule changes would make license test quicker

Officials with the state Division of Motor Vehicles are hoping to get public feedback about rule changes that could impact drivers across North Carolina. The changes proposed by DMV could shorten wait times at offices and will also make North Carolina’s license procedures similar to other states.

Source: WRAL.com

Get the Full story

 

Car Title Troubles Popping Up in Nueces County

The Tax-Assessor Collector in Nueces County says in the past week alone his office has seen several car title troubles. Many people are spending their income tax return to buy cars, only to find out, the title is not clear.

Source: KRISTV.com

Get the full story

 

Great Texas Warrant Roundup is Coming

The Great Texas Warrant Roundup is coming, so if you have unpaid traffic or non-traffic Class C citations now is a good time to take care of them.

Source: KAGS News

Get the Full story

 

Michigan car insurance plan includes premium cut

House Republicans are proposing a revised overhaul of Michigan’s auto insurance system and to guarantee a 10 percent cut in premiums for two years.

Source: minbcnews.com

Get the Full story

 

Most Expensive Cities for Car Insurance

Drivers in some U.S. cities will face higher car insurance premiums in 2014. Car insurance rates vary significantly across the country, and some citizens will pay significantly more depending on where they live.

Source: DailyFinance

Get the Full story

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