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Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Simplifying Car Insurance Requirements and Premiums In Fort Worth, TX If you are a new driver or a new resident of the Forth Worth, TX area, then you might be wondering what type of car insurance is required by law to obtain your license and how you can get the cheapest premiums possible. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 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 >>
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 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 >>
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 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 >>
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 Driving in Houston is no small task. The city is America's fourth largest. It also ranks 167th out of 200 cities for driver safety. Given the higher risks, residents should expect increased auto insurance costs. The average Texas rate for auto insurance is about $900 per year. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 15, 2018 As a resident of Fort Worth, you live and work in one of the most economically prominent areas in Texas. However, some day you'll probably want to hang up your badge and retire. Upon retirement, you probably won't make the same amount of money you made while working. Nevertheless, you will still have bills to pay. READ MORE >>