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Del City adjoins Oklahoma City. This makes the city part of the largest metropolitan area in the state of Oklahoma. It sits close to the intersection of two major thoroughfares, Interstate 35 and Interstate 40. Driving risks in this area are very unique. Let's take a closer look. Del City Traffic Statistics READ MORE >>

A Few Easy Steps to Getting Lower Car Insurance in Austin, Texas Everyone has to have it it, but most people overpay for it. What is it? Car Insurance! Most people don't know there are ways to save big bucks on their car insurance. There are many ideas for lowering car insurance in Austin: READ MORE >>

If you live in Richardson, Texas, you are a next door neighbor to Dallas, and an integral part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Dallas County alone has more than two million residents. And the Metroplex — which covers Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties — is home to more than six million people. READ MORE >>

There were more than 527,000 registered vehicles in Tulsa County in 2015-2016. Whether you are hitting the road on Interstate 44, U.S. 75 or any other thoroughfare, there's always the chance you'll be involved in a driving incident. Any incident you're involved in on the road could require an auto insurance claim. READ MORE >>

There are more than 2 million registered vehicles in Dallas County. With more than 200,000 residents, Irving contributes its fair share of drivers to this mix. When you take to the roads in Irving, what can you do to prevent costly incidents? The safer you handle your vehicle, the less risky you are as a driver. READ MORE >>

Fort Worth has lots of drivers, and Texas has a complex and expensive infrastructure system to accommodate them. Tarrant County had over one million registered vehicles in 2015, according to the Texas DMV. The sheer number of drivers in the area increases your on-road risks. READ MORE >>

Understanding how much insurance you need, and how much you have to carry, is sometimes a bit tricky. That's why you have your auto insurance agent to help you. Your Oklahoma City agent can help you build an insurance policy that meets your needs. However, take some time to learn what to expect when you buy insurance in OKC. READ MORE >>

The state of Texas requires drivers to carry certain levels of car insurance. These requirements also affect Texas car insurance rates. Insurance companies plan rates based on a variety of factors, including the location of the registered vehicle. That's why insurance rates vary from county to county. READ MORE >>

Every road has its risks, and Texas roads are no exception. If you're battling traffic around Austin, there is always a chance you could have a wreck. We may be the live music capital of the world, but we're also known for our road congestion. There are over 2,000 miles of public roads in Travis County, according to the Texas Association of Counties. READ MORE >>

Texas is a big state, and San Antonio is one of its biggest cities. There are a lot of roads and a lot of cars across the Alamo City, and across the Lone Star State. Statista showed that there were over 15 million drivers in the state in 2014. Insurance rates vary based on many statistics, but the number of drivers on the road can be one factor. READ MORE >>

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