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If you plan on moving to Austin from another state, you are not alone. Texas' economy continues to grow. New opportunities are drawing countless new residents to the state. For Austin, that means a large population boom. The growth has created a significant need for new infrastructure in and around the city. READ MORE >>

Dallas has a huge population and a significant interstate traffic system. Accidents might happen at any time. If they do, you'll want your car insurance to cover your losses. But the thing is, the city's higher driving risks often drive average policy prices up. READ MORE >>

When you buy car insurance, your insurer will set your policy price based on the risk you pose to them. One of the criteria they will likely use to determine your rate is your driving record. Those with bad driving records pose a higher risk to insurers. Therefore, they will likely have to pay more for their coverage. READ MORE >>

One day, you are driving along. Suddenly, the car in front of you kicks up a rock that flies into your windshield. It leaves a significant crack in the glass that impacts your line of sight. Because this was an unavoidable accident, your car insurance might offer some recourse. However, some limitations exist. READ MORE >>

In places with larger populations, car insurance often costs more than it does in less populated areas. This is especially true for new drivers. You don't yet have the experience behind the wheel. So, insurers might charge you more for your coverage. Even so, you can take steps to ensure your safety and manage your insurance risks. READ MORE >>

As drivers, we all make mistakes from time to time. However, too many mistakes on the road might cost you a lot of money. Drivers who have a poor record often face traffic penalties, and often pay more for their auto insurance. Those are costs none of us want. READ MORE >>

Fort Smith has a strong connection to America’s westward migration. It was once a trading outpost, and played host to multiple settlers and immigrants. Today, it still is a hotspot for interstate travel - with Interstates 40 and 49, and U.S. Routes 71 and 64 running through the area. READ MORE >>

Oklahoma City, is the capital of the Sooner State, and Oklahoma's largest city. Home to more than 500,000 people, it remains a draw for more people than just lifelong Oklahomans. If you're moving from another state to OKC, you'll find welcome amenities and friendly people. READ MORE >>

Tulsa is Oklahoma's second largest city. And it's growing. The city has a very busy highway system to support the thousands of vehicles and drivers in the area. Given the often-high risks associated with urban driving, Tulsa drivers need car insurance. Still, the existence of higher driving risks might drive car insurance rates up. READ MORE >>

Wichita is Kansas' largest city and a central part of America's heartland. Located almost in the center of the United States, the city has a longstanding reputation as a crossroads of America. Wichita boasts a comprehensive highway and road system, and there's plenty to do around town. READ MORE >>

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