Lexus vs. Volvo: Which luxury brand has the safest cars in 2018?
Buying a luxury car involves no small investment on your part. The last thing you want to do is buy one and then discover the car isn’t as safe as you believed it would be or didn’t fit your lifestyle. While a lot of companies promise the safest possible ride for you and your passengers,…
4 ways to save once your teen is a licensed driver
To save money, many families add their newly licensed teenagers to their existing auto insurance policy as opposed to taking out a new one. However, there are several other ways in which you can save money on premiums.
Liability vs. full coverage: What’s the difference?
As with so many aspects of life, there’s more to auto insurance than meets the eye.
Subaru vs. Toyota: Which brand has the safest cars in 2018?
Buying a car has never been easier — or more difficult — than it is now. There are so many choices out there, it’s easy to get confused or to lose sight of what you really want. It doesn’t help that every car manufacturer claims that their vehicles are the best, safest, and most reliable.…
5 ways to keep your high-mileage vehicle going strong
The knights in shining armor of fairy tale fame wouldn’t be so brilliant without their noble steeds. The same can be said for today’s road warriors, whether commute or vacation-bound.
Does your current insurer specialize in safe cars?
The advantages to making Elephant Auto Insurance your new coverage provider are so numerous, it’s hard to determine which ones are truly the best. But here are a small handful of what you’ll find once you make the switch:
With cold weather approaching, time for a tuneup
The summer has come and gone, and so too has the traveling season. Parents are back to work and kids are back to school. And while you may not be planning on going on a road trip in the immediate future, your car may be feeling the effects of traveling the distance it has over the last several months.
What’s the difference between careless and reckless driving?
On the surface, careless driving and reckless driving seem like two sides of the same coin.
Startling predictions for Fourth of July safety
The National Safety Council predicted 466 people may die in car accidents on U.S. highways July 1-4. Additionally, as many as 53,600 may be seriously injured.
At year’s midpoint, are car sales still booming?
Halfway through 2017, are car sales accelerating as expected? Not by a mile, recent analysis suggests.