Lenexa, Kansas Insurance Articles
According to minutes from a Kansas transportation meeting held January 25th 2017, the state is considering requiring seat belts on school buses.>> See Full Kansas Requiring seat belts on school buses? Article
Kansas drivers, make sure you are wearing a safety belt. Safety belt fines in Kansas may be in for a large increase three-fold, based on a pending new bill. Currently the fine for an adult not wearing a safety belt while driving is $10. The proposed new law is to raise the fine to $30.>> See Full Safety Belt Fines Going Up On the Kansas Side of the Border Article
Male teens may be the most expensive group for getting car insurance coverage. This group represents the biggest risk for insurance companies, so they charge more to cover them. A male boy is more likely to be involved in both fatal and non-fatal accidents.>> See Full How can male teens in Kansas City get the best rates on Auto Insurance Article
The short answer to the question as to whether race discrimination exists for mandatory car insurance is a definite yes, according to a study conducted by the Consumer Federation of America.>> See Full Do African-Americans drivers pay more for car insurance than whites in Kansas City? Article
Windshield damage may result from various factors including a sudden accident or a weather mishap such as severe hail. The cost of repairing the damage will depend on different factors. Perhaps the most important single factor in determining any costs are the driver's car insurance.>> See Full Cracked Windshield - What are my insurance options in KC Article
You can access many insurance apps from your smartphone in Kansas City. Most major insurers have apps that can save drivers time and money and reduce stress if you find yourself involved in an accident. There can be a great deal of assurance when you know your insurer is as close as your iPhone or Andorid.>> See Full 5 reasons Smartphone Insurance Company’s app’s matter Article
If you have acquired traffic citations (moving, equipment, etc.), they can negatively affect your cheap car insurance rates in the Kansas City, Missouri metropolitan area. There are five easy ways to lower your car insurance costs by removing traffic violations.
One: Fix an Equipment Issue>> See Full Lower your car insurance costs by removing traffic citations Article
If you have ever needed to purchase car insurance for a teen, you know that it is not cheap. According to a study conducted by NerdWallet, rates can cost more than $1,500 per year, depending on your location, to add a youth driver to the policy. Luckily, there are three keys methods of getting cheap automobile insurance for teens in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Getting a new car can be a pleasurable experience but the process of purchasing auto insurance is not as fun. In many instances, car owners find the cost of automobile insurance to be frustratingly high. Although competing car insurance companies provide multiple opportunities for discounts, there are several ways to get the lowest car insurance quote in Kansas and Missouri. The following is a list of five ways to get cheap auto insurance rates around Kansas City and save dollars.>> See Full 5 Ways to Get the Lowest Car Insurance Quote in Kansas Article
A low credit rating can have a worse effect on the price of your insurance than a DUI, in Missouri, and can cost you hundreds of dollars per year.>> See Full Bad Credit Worse Than DUI for Car Insurance Rates? Article