160 Blog Posts From the Insurance Companies Tag


The Best Guardian of Your Rights? You.: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #491

The Best Guardian of Your Rights? You.: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #491

This caution comes from a New Jersey member: We should warn NMA members that their auto insurance company lawyers work to protect the interests of the insurer. The insured is wise to considering contracting an attorney for protection from . . . his own insurer. Most of us aren’t naïve enough to believe that our […]

Ubering is a Bad Idea

Ubering is a Bad Idea

How does anyone make money using their car as a taxi? Well, we’re not supposed to use that word, for openers. It’s ride-sharing. That’s just a dodge, of course. And there’s nothing wrong with dodging laws outlawing the free exchange of goods of services between consenting adults. If I have a car and am willing […]

Conflicting Stories?  Let’s Check the Tape!

Conflicting Stories? Let’s Check the Tape!

Drivers involved in accidents almost never have the same story. Individuals remember events differently, see things differently, interpret information differently. If you have ever been in an automobile accident, you know that the responding police officer takes the statement of each driver to assemble as accurate a picture as possible. But even then, the assembled […]

A License Plate to Remember: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #490

A License Plate to Remember: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #490

A requirement of owning a vehicle, the lowly license plate has its place among the more tedious aspects of our driving existence. No one enjoys going on online or waiting at the DMV to purchase their yearly tags. But without them, we would be stopped and fined heavily. Car registration coupled with our faithful license […]

Report from The Future of the Automobile Conference held at the Petersen Museum, Los Angeles, May 3, 2018

Report from The Future of the Automobile Conference held at the Petersen Museum, Los Angeles, May 3, 2018

I volunteered to attend The Future of the Automobile Conference, sponsored by the Petersen Automotive Museum and the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, so that I could report to NMA on what technological and political schemes are being cooked up for drivers. I walked in bright and early to avoid Los Angeles’s notorious traffic congestion. […]