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Average Car Insurance Rates - Red Lights and Speeding Cameras (Part Two)

This is post two of two in a series explaining how the impact of new traffic cameras are influencing traffic safety and insurance rates.

Although many drivers feel that these cameras are more trouble than they’re worth, there is evidence that they truly are doing a bit of good. Studies have shown that the more dangerous side-impact collisions often seen at intersections have actually been reduced since fewer people are running red lights or stop signs. Not only have intersections with these cameras been affected, but studies seem to indicate that intersections throughout nearby areas have seen positive effects, even if they did not actually have cameras in that particular intersection. While many people have negative opinions about these cameras, they do seem to be having a positive influence on the way some people drive, which may keep them around for awhile.

If you have these cameras in your town, you may be wondering how getting ticketed via this medium will affect your car insurance rates. Well, on the bright side, in some locations these tickets are only considered civil penalties and usually will not actually have an affect on your car insurance rates; however, they should be a warning that you need to change some of your driving habits. Remember, having an accident, or getting a speeding ticket from an officer will actually raise your rates, so be sure that you take measures to drive safely and obey the law.

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    Average Car Insurance Rates - Red Lights and Speeding Cameras

    This is post one of two in a series explaining how the impact of new traffic cameras are influencing traffic safety and insurance rates.

    With the emergence of red light and speeding cameras all over the nation, many people are feeling a bit like their privacy has been invaded. Many drivers have negative opinions about these cameras and feel like they’re merely a way for the government to make a bit more money. Whether you have a positive or negative opinion about the use of these traffic cameras, one thing is for sure, it’s one more reason to slow down and obey the law. Getting nailed by one of these new toys can not only hit your driving record pretty hard, it can also hit your pocket book via higher car insurance rates.

    No longer are these special cameras seen only in the larger, metropolitan areas, they’re now being introduced in cities all across the nation, such as Akron, Ohio, Fairfax City, Virginia, and Scottsdale, Arizona. Many of the cities that have been implementing these new cameras feel like they’re proving to be very effective in encouraging drivers to take heed. In fact some cities have handed out thousands of tickets within a couple weeks as a result of these newly installed cameras.

    These cameras actually work by not only taking a picture of the car that was in violation of the law, but they also take a close up picture of the license plate of the offending car as well. This allows them to find the driver’s personal information and mail you either a speeding ticket or a ticket for running a red light. Many people feel that the problem with these cameras is that there is no way to prove who was actually driving the car at the time, so you may receive a ticket, even if you were not the one driving your car. While in some states you can contest these tickets as to whether you were driving or not, other states still will hold you responsible regardless.

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    Average Car Insurance Rates | 4 Tips for Preventing Car Theft (Part Two)

    This is post two of two in a series discussing four ways you can help protect your car from being stolen.

    Tip 3: Use an Immobilizing Device - Another way to prevent your car from being stolen is to purchase some kind of immobilizing device to use in your car. There are a variety of different devices available, such as smart keys, kill switches, the Club, and fuel cut-offs. Many of these devices are relatively inexpensive and they are highly effective as well.

    Tip 4: Install a Tracking Device - One of the newer ways to deter car thieves is to have a tracking device installed in your car. These devices are quite high tech, and they will alert you when someone is moving your car without authorization. Some of these tracking devices actually will notify the police when unauthorized movement is made as well. While these tend to be a bit more expensive than other methods, they can definitely be a great help if your car actually gets stolen.

    Even though you may have coverage on your car that will pay if it is stolen, taking preventive measures is much simpler and will help keep your car insurance rates down as well. Just taking the time to use common sense and employ the help of cheap devices can help keep your car from being stolen. While incorporating one of these tips is great, using all of them together can give you the best results when trying to protect your car from theft.

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    Average Car Insurance Rates | 4 Tips for Preventing Car Theft

    This is post one of two in a series discussing four ways you can help protect your car from being stolen.

    Having your car stolen can be a scary thing. Many who have had their cars taken typically feel both angry and vulnerable, even to the point of feeling somewhat “violated”. If you don’t have insurance that covers the theft of a car when it happens, it can be equally as scary from a financial point of view. When you have comprehensive coverage on your car, your insurance company will help to replace your stolen car. While having this coverage is important, there are some ways that you can help prevent your car from being stolen as well, which may save you money on your car insurance rates in the long run. As they say, an ounce of prevention is always worth a pound of cure.

    Tip 1: Use Common Sense - One of the best ways that you can prevent your car from being stolen is to use common sense and make sure that you lock your car doors whenever you leave your vehicle, regardless if it’s in a dark alley, a public place, or parked in your garage. Plain and simple, if you leave your doors unlocked all the time, you elevate the risk of your car being stolen. You should also be sure that you take your keys with you and never leave them in your car or anywhere else in public. Often just using these common sense precautions is enough to save you from car theft.

    Tip 2: Get an Alarm - You can also help prevent car theft by installing some kind of warning device or alarm device in your car. Whether it is a visible device or an audible one, both can be good deterrents to anyone thinking about stealing your car. Usually alarms are fairly affordable, and it is definitely cheaper than trying to find a new car.

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