Auto Insurance News You May Have Missed Week of February 3rd 2014

Auto Insurance News 2014

New York State Exposed: Auto insurance fee

If you pay car insurance in New York, there is a fee you pay as well, one that is bringing in millions of dollars to the state.

Source: WHEC.com

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Bill To Watch in the Colorado Legislature

The bill would repeal special license plates issued to state lawmakers and members of Congress. This has become an issue because of a report last year from KCNC-TV that photo radar tickets were not being issued to lawmakers because their special license plates are not found in the Department of Motor Vehicles system

Source: The Houston Chronicle

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South Carolina DMV tells delinquent drivers to take a hike

The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles is bouncing services for customers who have written them a bad check

Source: WSAV.com

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Auto insurance in Detroit is most expensive in nation – by far

Sometimes it’s not the lack of a car that forces people to stop driving in Detroit. It’s often the cost of insurance.

Source: Motor City Muckraker

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U.S. regulators pave way for vehicle-to-vehicle communications, safety technology

After years of research into vehicle-to-vehicle communications technology, federal regulators declared that the time has come for cars to talk to each other to improve safety.

Source: Automotive News

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Mayor wants to impose regulations on ride-sharing industry

Mayor Rahm Emanuel will move Wednesday to fill a “regulatory vacuum” that has given ride-sharing companies an unfair advantage over taxicabs, with no safeguards to protect consumers

Source: Chicago Sun-Times

 

N.C. auto insurance companies ask for no rate change

Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin today announced that the Department of Insurance has received the annual auto insurance rate filing from the North Carolina Rate Bureau.

Source: JDNews.com

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North Georgia storms won’t affect our car insurance

Auto claims in Dougherty and Lee counties won’t be affected by the winter storm auto claims

Source: WALB.com

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