With hundreds of different cars on sale, it can feel daunting to find the chosen one. Make sure you have the right budget, do your research, test drive...a lot, and, if you need a loan, find the one that works best for your finances.
Your comprehensive car insurance policy will likely cover thefts and any damage related to that theft. Vandalism and stolen parts are also covered under this policy.
Electric cars may be cheaper to “fill up,” but they’re also more expensive to insure. They're filled with more expensive parts, and often require more expensive labor when they need repairs.
If you’re hit by another driver and your car needs time in the shop, you may be entitled to “loss of use compensation” worth $500+. Instead of opting for a rental, ask for loss of use compensation instead.
If you're in an accident, call the police and document the scene. And don’t speak to the other driver’s insurance company no matter what.
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