Cash for Clunkers 2009 – A Brief How To

June 29th, 2009 by emerchant10
There’s been quite a bit of chatter lately about the government’s latest Cash for Clunkers bill that would allow up to a $4500 car voucher to encourage drivers to upgrade to more Earth-friendly hybrids or super fuel-efficient cars. But before you go running to your nearest dealership to snap up the latest Toyota Prius or Honda Insight, there are some critical criteria that must be met. 1. Your car must be 5 or more years old (2004 or prior) 2. Must be drivable AND currently registered for at least 120 days 3. For SUVs, the new or used vehicle selected MUST have an MPG at least 25% better than the government mandated 21.3 MPG. 4. For cars, the new or used vehicle MUST have an MPG of at least 25% better than the government mandated 27.5 MPG So if you’re willing to do a little research and math, you can convert your evil SUV into a smiley hybrid. However, if you’re in charge of shuttling a soccer team around or require a large truck or SUV, you may not be able to benefit from the bill. There are just four SUVs to choose from based on the numbers above, and while the car

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Car Accident Lawyer Can Help You

September 25th, 2007 by admin
By CreditCardsBest.com - Credit Cards and Financial Advice
Tip! In states that limit non-economic damages, attorneys are a bit more selective, concentrating on cases with significant physical and psychological damages (not just emotional distress or pain and suffering). That means both plaintiff and defense attorneys increasingly rely on legal nurse consultantsfor assurance that they're making the best business decision in each case they take on.
I was recently involved in an automobile accident. I was minding my own business, parked in my Honda, quietly saying good bye to my girlfriend. The moment after she left the car (thank God that it wasn't a moment earlier), I was struck from behind by a drunken driver. I was nearly thrown from the car, and although my injuries could have been much worse if not for the air bag, nonetheless, I sustained a concussion, as well as whiplash and multiple bruises and cuts. The guy who hit me was a city council man drunk out of his gourd, whereas I was only a long haired college kid. The officers refused to even take a breathalyser. Needless to say, I immediately called a car accident

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Help With Car Accident Settlements

April 30th, 2007 by admin
By CreditCardsBest.com
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You know what really stinks? How about when you get into an auto accident? That is always a bummer. We all dread wrecking our vehicles. The headache of the insurance garbage and the dealing with the police and car accident settlements. Ouch, it gives me a headache just thinking about it. When was the last time you were involved in a fender-bender? Was it your fault or the other driver's? This is always a crucial factor in car accident settlements. Who is the one to blame? So far I have been fortunate in this respect.
Tips! Drive carefully. Although it sounds a little trite to say it, your car insurance cost is a factor of your risk profile.
Do you want to hear a funny story concerning car accident settlements? I mean this one is a real hoot. I tell ya, you'll think I'm touched by the hand of God after hearing this. So it all took

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Rental Car Insurance – Do You Need It?

March 13th, 2007 by admin
Tips! People struggle to find cheap car insurance. Insurance companies want to make as much money as they can, consumers want to pay as little money as they can.
First of all, most U.S. drivers already carry auto insurance which will provide full or partial protection while driving a rental car (within certain dollar limits and coverage only for rentals within the United States and, sometimes, Canada). Some insurance policies only cover cars rented while your own car is being repaired, while most do not cover certain types of vehicles, like luxury cars or vans. Check your own personal policy for these limitations and exclusions. Even with these limitations, your personal auto insurance will be the primary source of coverage if you have an accident or suffer injury while driving a rental car. Other types of coverage, such as credit card policies and the rental company's optional insurance offered at the time of the booking, will be subrogated. This means it will not apply until you have reached the maximum of your own auto insurance coverage. Also, be aware that your personal auto insurance rates may increase if you file a claim

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Chicago Rental Car Insurance

March 10th, 2007 by admin
Tips! Many personal car insurance companies consider your credit information when determining how much premium to charge for your insurance. So if you are calling around for new car insurance, keep in mind that many insurers are looking at your credit history to determine your car insurance rates.
Chicago rental car insurance is an agreement whereby the Chicago insurer promises to pay for accidents in exchange for a monthly fee. The Chicago rental care insurance program is pretty much like any other. When you rent a car, an agent (who can be pretty convincing) will ask you whether or not you want to insure the car you are renting. If you have a regular auto insurance policy on the car you own and it extends coverage for collision and comprehensive coverage on rental cars than you don't need additional coverage. You must also make sure that the coverage is applicable in any state that you drive the rental car in. In the event that you don't own a car, you can purchase a "non-owner" policy that will cover you while you are driving the rental.

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California Rental Car Insurance

March 3rd, 2007 by admin
Tips! Many experts agree that most consumers overpay on their insurance policies due to a lack of shopping around. This includes vehicular insurance.
When someone rents a car, the automobile rental companies hold the renter accountable under the rental agreement for damage to their car. They offer a Damage Waiver at an extra cost. This Damage Waiver is not insurance, but a contractual agreement between the renter and rental company. If a waiver is not purchased, it is important to review your own automobile policy to determine if any extension of coverage applies. Also, establish how the liability coverage afforded by your policy applies in the event you are at fault in an accident with the rented vehicle. In California, you are required to have auto insurance regardless of whether you are driving your own car or if you are renting one.
Tips! If you get married and are in your teens or twenties call your insurance company and see about combining your policies.
Rental car agencies do provide wide range of auto insurance coverage and it would not

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Should I Buy Rental Car Insurance?

February 21st, 2007 by admin
Tips! Since there are many factors that go into determining your auto insurance rates, there are many chances to lower your rates.
Rental car agencies have a menu of insurance policies they would like to sell you. While each policy could be of some benefit under the right circumstances, you should review each plan (its provisions, limitations, and exclusions) before making a purchase. It is a good idea to request the detailed information from an agent at the rental office, as most companies only provide a summary on their Web sites. Keep in mind; you may not need to buy this additional car insurance because you have auto insurance from your own car insurance company. Generally speaking, when you rent a car, the liability coverage limits you have in your own auto insurance policy remain in effect with the same limits. In addition, the comprehensive and collision coverages you have in your own auto insurance policy remain in effect with the same deductibles. You do have comprehensive and collision coverage don't you? See our article, "How Much Car Insurance Should You Buy?" for a listing of coverage types and definitions.

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Rental Car Insurance

February 18th, 2007 by admin
Tips! If you get married and are in your teens or twenties call your insurance company and see about combining your policies.
Everyone insures his or her own car. Not only because it is mandatory by law in most states, but also because it offers compensation in case of loss or accidents. When people rent a car, for whatever reason, it may be essential for them to purchase additional insurance. When a person goes to a rental agency, it is possible to buy rental car insurance coverage. This coverage is generally expensive and may cost anywhere from $8 to $28 per day, depending on where the person is renting the car. If the car does not have coverage, the customer will have to pay any damages from his or her own pocket. The best option for the customer is to check first with his or her own insurance company. Many insurance companies simply transfer all the coverage on the insured vehicle to the vehicle that has been rented. This coverage typically includes liability or third party coverage, comprehensive and collision with the same deductibles. This saves the customer from spending more.

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Amex Card Applications That Suits The Unique In You

February 14th, 2007 by admin
By Aaron Ballantyne
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Believe it or not, more than eighty percent of American households have credit cards. One reason is that credit cards offer benefits that cash usually could not provide such as convenient purchase ability. Thanks to credit cards, there is really no need to go and run to the nearest or farthest bank for that much needed cash. Currently, there are many cards to choose from. However, there is one credit card company that has been in the lending business since time immemorial. First things first, if considering of having a credit card, try to check out what American Express has to offer. Believe it or not, American Express is considered as the credit card that has been used the longest and the oldest in all the world.
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