If you’re looking to improve your shop operations and set yourself up for success in 2024, remember these three insurance strategies.
Consumers are continuing to react to widespread rate increases by auto insurers in the face of an ever-hardening market.
The OIC has reported a historic volume of complaints since 2021, with complaints involving auto insurance responsible for most of the rise.
CerebrumX will incorporate Ford connected vehicle data to support its data-driven usage-based insurance as-a-service model for insurers.
Two new reports from doxoINSIGHTS found that households spend $629 per month toward auto loans and auto insurance, an increase of 5% year over year.
Soaring vehicle prices for new and used cars and real estate — combined with labor and supply shortages — are warning signs for body shop owners to review their insurance coverage options and limits.
As Americans resume normal economic activities in 2022, auto insurance rates will rise by 0.6% in 2022 after falling in 2021.
Eight of the most common misconceptions auto body shop owners have about their insurance policies.
In 2019, the estimated countrywide uninsured motorist rate was 12.6%.
The US Public Interest Research Group reported that some consumers did not receive a refund or rate cut from auto insurers in 2020 when COVID-19 hit despite driving significantly less.
While these consumers were cutting auto coverage, driving was actually becoming a more risky undertaking.
Smaller, lesser-known insurers received the highest marks from collision repairers asked to grade the auto insurers’ claims practices in the 2020 CRASH Network “Insurer Report Card.”