We want to give our readers the information they need to help them understand how insurers work and in the process to avoid common pitfalls that run their premiums up.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2010
CheapestAutoInsurance.net, based in San Jose, California, has taken the lead in recent months, working to provide recession-strapped consumers with the necessary resources to keep their auto premiums as low as possible. To augment that mission, the site now includes an industry news section.
"When you're fighting a constant battle to cut expenses in the middle of a recession, you need to know what's going on in an industry that has a track record for taking as much of your money as it can," said Brian Johnson, CheapestAutoInsurance.net CEO. “We want to give our readers the information they need to help them understand how insurers work and in the process to avoid common pitfalls that run their premiums up.”
"Premiums have been consistently rising and there are new behaviors and concerns that are changing how the industry calculates risk, especially by classes of driver," said Johnson. "Safety issues involving distracted driving, primarily texting are making insurance for teens and new drivers more expensive than ever."
"At the same time, as driving habits are changing out of concern for the environment, newer products, like usage-based auto insurance are gaining popularity," he said. "The field of insurance changes more than consumers realize and understanding those changes always leads to savings and better coverage for your money."
Prized by its readers for a straight-forward, clear design, CheapestAutoInsurance.net makes its most recent articles available on the front page while segmenting vital information like insurance basics in drop-down menus across the top navigation bar. The news section has been added to the top of the left column for ease of access.
By focusing on current information and updating regularly, CheapestAutoInsurance.net provides readers with top-quality material on each visit. The site’s editors welcome and invite questions, comments, and ideas.