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State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. and Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. are among insurers with the most at risk from Hurricane Earl, which threatens to graze North Carolina on Sept. 3.

The state had about $133 billion of coastal property covered by insurers according to 2007 data from AIR Worldwide, distributed by the Insurance Information Institute. Nationwide, Bloomington, Illinois-based State Farm and North Carolina Farm Bureau Insurance Read the rest of this entry »

Oregon homeowner insurance is among the least costly in the nation, averaging $496 a year, according to a nationwide survey.

That compares to an average $822 nationwide and is lower than all states except Idaho and Wisconsin.

The 2007 data, the most recent available, was released recently by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

?Oregon?s competitive insurance market helps keep premiums low, as does the Read the rest of this entry »

In New Jersey, a newly licensed teenage driver can take only one passenger from outside his household for a ride, a provision soon to become even more stringent.

Delaware also imposes limits on teen drivers’ passengers, as do 41 other states and the District of Columbia.

But in Pennsylvania, a new young driver can load up as many friends as there are seat belts in the car.

The deaths in the last month of six Chester and Montgomery Read the rest of this entry »

In New Jersey, a newly licensed teenage driver can take only one passenger from outside his household for a ride, a provision soon to become even more stringent.

Delaware also imposes limits on teen drivers’ passengers, as do 41 other states and the District of Columbia.

But in Pennsylvania, a new young driver can load up as many friends as there are seat belts in the car.

The deaths in the last month of six Chester and Montgomery Read the rest of this entry »

In New Jersey, a newly licensed teenage driver can take only one passenger from outside his household for a ride, a provision soon to become even more stringent.

Delaware also imposes limits on teen drivers’ passengers, as do 41 other states and the District of Columbia.

But in Pennsylvania, a new young driver can load up as many friends as there are seat belts in the car.

The deaths in the last month of six Chester and Montgomery Read the rest of this entry »