Have you ever used a credit card -- or borrowed money from a relative or friend -- to pay your car insurance premium?
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Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 17, 2006
When asked why he decided to create the car insurance blog at FedPrimeRate.com, blog creator Steve Brown replied, "I've been driving for almost 20 years now, and I've learned a lot about the ins and outs of car insurance. I've made a lot of insurance-related mistakes over the years, from forgetting to carry my insurance card, to lapses in coverage, to not having enough insurance. By creating a blog about auto insurance, I get to share my experiences with the world, so that visitors can learn from all the bad moves I've made in the past."
Brown continues, "A significant number of Americans are having trouble making ends meet these days. Some folks have even resorted to borrowing money or charging a credit card to pay their car insurance premium. It's important for anyone and everyone who drives a car to stay informed about the best ways to save money on insurance premiums, from raising your deductible, to driving defensively, to paying all your bills on time. That's what the blog is about: staying informed.
"You know, I have made some really big insurance-related mistakes in the past, and the funny thing is, I am constantly finding new stories of people who've made much bigger mistakes than I ever made. It makes me chuckle a bit when I read about the drivers who try to cheat the system, like when a driver lets his or her car insurance policy lapse, then calls to renew the policy moments after a serious accident, and later claims that the policy was in effect when the accident occurred. These tricks simply don't work, and the penalties can be shockingly severe. Can you imagine going to jail over something like that? Well, it happens, and I like to share these stories with the Internet community so that all can learn and benefit."
Brown invites the drivers of the world to visit the blog at FedPrimeRate.com often, to stay up-to-speed with the latest news, tips, stories and anecdotes related to auto insurance, and to vote in the site's online poll. Brown also maintains a home insurance blog at Home-Insurance.tv.