There's a huge difference between riding a motorcycle and driving a car, so it shouldn't be too surprising the way they are insured is different, too.
The concept of commercial ride-sharing has exploded in recent years.
Nobody wants to spend more at the pump than they have to, but many drivers don't realize all the little things they can do — both behind the wheel and as part of routine maintenance — to ease the financial sting when they fill up.
Shopping for a new ride at a dealership involves more than just kicking tires.
When it comes to buying a first car, most people research various models and prices, figure out which cars fit in their budget, and then take a few for a test drive.
Buying a first car brings feelings of pride, freedom and accomplishment, but also an aspect of financial concern because your first car is likely one of the biggest purchases you've made so far in your life.
You've searched, compared and haggled, and finally you've settled on the car you want at the price you're willing to pay.
From the Model T to the modern Tesla, automobiles have always been near the forefront of technology.
Passing the permit test is your first major step toward a driver's license, and all of the freedom that comes with it.
When you buy a vehicle from a dealership, you are not obligated to return to that dealership for any reason in order to keep your warranty.