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DUI and DWIs. Understanding and the potential costs can you help you avoid finding yourself impaired behind the wheel.
A DUI conviction can severely impact your car insurance premium and require that you file proof of insurance.
Your driving history is a major factor in how your risk is viewed and, in turn, how your premium gets calculated.
Learn the basic terminology you need to know when buying car insurance.
Find out about car insurance coverages, discounts, why rates increase after an accident, why your insurance went up and more.
Driving under the influence of drugs (DUID) increases the risk of being involved in a car accident. DUIDs can also increase your auto insurance rates. Learn more about driving under the influence, accidents, car insurance and more.
Learn the answers to some common questions about filing claims with your car insurance company.
Not all violations affect how much you pay for insurance in the same way. We'll explain when and why your premium could increase.
Learn when to add a driver to you car insurance policy, what you'll need to do so, and when to remove a driver from your policy.
Learn why having a current car insurance policy is essential and how to make sure your policy gets renewed.