It’s a very natural question for policy holders to wonder whether such a change in state or city statistics may also affect individual insurance rates
New York (PRWEB) January 29, 2013
During the latest holiday season New York started a campaign against traffic violations resulting in more than 33,000 tickets and well over 500 DUI arrests. Car insurance comparison site CarInsuranceEstimate.info releases a guide on the relationship between tickets, driving records and auto insurance rates.
Speeding tickets and DWI arrests are not a holiday thing only, but as the New York police increased their presence heavily on big apple’s roads during a special holiday campaign starting on 14th of December 2012 until the 1st of January 2013 they certainly saw a considerable upswing.
Content manager Elle explains: “It’s a very natural question for policy holders to wonder whether such a change in state or city statistics may also affect individual insurance rates. Thus, our news team at CarInsuranceEstimate.info prepared a guide to shed more light on the relationship between traffic violations and an individual’s insurance rate”.
While a collective rise in insurance rate is not to be expected the guide explains in detail how individual policy premiums depend on driving records and how to keep them clean.
The full guide and details related to the campaign including the results can be found here:
CarInsuranceEstimate.info has just recently been released into private beta stage and is currently open to beta testers for its car insurance rate comparison features. Meant to be a new to-go-resource for insurance shoppers in the US, the website offers recent news and consumer guidance on typical insurance questions. Further user feedback is collected via the web using a convenient form on the right side of the website. The full launch can be expected in late February 2013.