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Tulsa is Oklahoma's second-largest city. As a result, it has an exceedingly diverse and international population. If you are a foreign national who plans to move to the Oil Capital of the World, you might wonder about your legal requirements when it comes to driving. Do you have to get a new driver's license? READ MORE >>

Why Is Auto Insurance More Expensive On The Missouri Side of Kansas City? Kansas city has a large metro area, part of which is separated across state lines over a river. The majority of Kansas City is actually on the MO side while a smaller portion rests on the Kansas side. READ MORE >>

Everyone knows that Houston's traffic is significant. If you are a commuter, you might deal with it every day. Yet, the day will come when you don't have to think about your daily commute because you retire. Did you know that when you do, your car insurance risks might drop? READ MORE >>

How To Get The Cheapest Car Insurance in Haltom City, Texas Welcome to Haltom City, part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Region of Texas. In Haltom you can visit the DFW Elite Toy museum, attend a jazz festival or enjoy a classic American rodeo. READ MORE >>

  Three Safety Tips For New Drivers In Fort Smith, Arkansas Right along the Arkansas - Oklahoma border, the town of Fort Smith is the second largest city in Arkansas. The town’s population has a large youth and teen influence with over 25% being under the age of 18. READ MORE >>

  Fayetteville is a fast growing city located in Arkansas where many large corporations are headquartered, making it a premier destination for business travel. While you are in town make sure to travel to these six fun attractions that are unique to Fayetteville and easy to drive to. READ MORE >>

  Safe Driving In Austin Texas That Can Reduce Your Auto Insurance Rates Due to a high level of accidents and accidents with fatalities throughout the state of TX, the insurance premiums are among the highest in the US. Keeping a clean driving record will help you get the lowest possible rates. READ MORE >>

The average Fort Worth driver pays around $775 per year for their car insurance. That's higher than the state average of $677, so you'll want to keep your rates as affordable as possible. Yet, frequent mishaps behind the wheel might cause your rates to go up. READ MORE >>

Urban Texas drivers often pay among the highest auto insurance rates in the state. In San Antonio, the average driver pays between $1,300 and $1,400 per year for their coverage. This is a high enough cost on its own. However, if you have elevated driving risks, you might pay even more. READ MORE >>

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 >>

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