If you have run a credit report in the past in the U.S., there is a chance that your information may have been exposed during the Equifax data breach. Up to 143 million Americans have been affected.
Did you finance your vehicle with a loan from Wells Fargo? If so, you may be one of hundreds of thousands of customers who were charged for unnecessary auto insurance. Continue reading “What to do if Wells Fargo charged you for unnecessary auto insurance”
How are you and your loved ones celebrating the 4th of July this year? For some, the holiday is spent at a backyard barbeque enjoying the local fireworks display with friends and family. Others take the opportunity to get out of town for a few days and celebrate in a new place.
Follow these simple tips to avoid injuries and legal troubles this Independence Day. Continue reading “Have a blast on the 4th of July with these tips for safe and fun festivities!”
What vehicle owners need to know about aftermarket crash parts
When my 2006 Honda Accord was involved in an accident, the insurance company opted to use “non-original equipment manufacturer aftermarket crash parts” in the repairs. Also called non-OEM aftermarket crash parts, these parts were not new. The use of certain types of aftermarket crash parts can be a cause of concern for vehicle owners who are not properly informed about the practice. Read on to learn what you can expect of the parts used in repairs on your vehicle. Continue reading “Why isn’t the insurance carrier using new parts on my car?”
Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016
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