Top Factors That Increase Car Insurance Costs – Press Release

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 5, 2020 / ( has launched a new blog post that presents several factors that affect the premiums and how to keep costs under control.

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Car insurance rates have a tendency to rise over time. Besides that, there are several factors that affect the costs of car insurance like higher costs of medical bills, increased prices of newer vehicles, and others.

The most common factors that affect the price of car insurance are the following:

  • Address. The location where a driver is living has a major impact on the price of insurance. Different areas have different insurance rates that are influenced by theft rates, vandalism, traffic congestion, hailstorms, and others. Drivers that live in large cities will pay higher insurance rates than those that live in small rural communities.
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125% increase in car thefts in metro Denver since COVID began

Before COVID-19, Denver averaged 233 auto thefts per week. This number now exceeds more than 453 weekly.

DENVER — Auto thefts in metro Denver increased more than 75% from June 21-Sept 19, according to a news release from Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force (MATTF). 

During those weeks, auto thefts exceeded more than 453 per week. Since Colorado first felt the effects of COVID-19, on Feb. 9, stolen vehicles have increased by 125%, MATTF said.   

Metro area officers have recovered 85% of vehicles within 30 days, MATTF said, but recovery of few tools or other personal items is rare.            

> Video above: Car break-in caught on camera.     

According to the news release from MATTF, some of the most frequently stolen vehicles in the Denver metro area are full-size trucks, specifically the 1999-2006 Ford F150, F250, F350 trucks and the 1999-2006 Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra 1500, 2500, 3500 trucks.        

MATTF also said

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Ocean City Maryland Police Increase Patrols As Unsanctioned H20i Car Rally Continues Saturday, Public Transportation Suspended

OCEAN CITY, Md. (WJZ) — Ocean City Police are increasing patrols as the unsanctioned H20i car rally continues in the beach town Saturday night.

Ocean City Police confirmed that 115 cars were towed and 58 people were arrested on Friday. There were reports of fireworks, burnouts, fights and more throughout the night.

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According to town officials, all public transportation has been suspended as of 6 p.m. as the police try to control traffic and crowds in a “special event zone.”

“Ocean City transportation services have been suspended as of 6pm Saturday. This suspension is being done in an abundance of caution for our employees. It is unknown at this time when services will resume. We will post updates as they become available,” the town posted.

Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan asked families to stay away this weekend, while participants

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Metal Additive Manufacturing Market- Roadmap for Recovery from COVID-19 | Increase in Demand from the Automobile Industry to boost the Market Growth | Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio has been monitoring the metal additive manufacturing market and it is poised to grow by USD 4.42 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 14% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. While a few industries will register a drop in demand, numerous others will continue to remain unscathed and show promising growth opportunities. Technavio’s in-depth research has all your needs covered as our research reports include all foreseeable market scenarios, including pre- & post-COVID-19 analysis. Download a Free Sample Report on COVID-19 Impacts

Frequently Asked Questions-

  • Based on segmentation by application, which is the leading segment in the market?
  • The aerospace industry is expected to be
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How a Mobile Car Valeting Service Could Help to Increase the Value of Your Vehicle?

Cleaning the car is just one of those things which most vehicle owners do not look forward to. In these modern times where everybody appears to be consumed with work, friends and family, there does not seem to be any time left to drop the car by the wash station. Fortunately, this issue is handled by mobile car valeting firms. There is no need to go outside and leave one’s work to find time to clean the vehicle. A mobile car valeting firm could restore a car’s look to its original condition, which can reflect positively on the owner. Here are a few advantages of hiring valeting services.

1. Save precious time

Time is a key resource and lots of vehicle owners know that they could lose a lot when they drive down to the closest car wash station. Time usually costs money, therefore numerous owners are forced to constantly … Read More

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7 Tips for Better Auto Repair Shop Advertising to Increase Car Counts

Most auto repair shops do the same advertising over and over and still expect different results. Maybe it’s the sales person that talks them up and they get ‘visions of dollars dancing in their heads’. Well, from the responses I hear about, the only visions of dollars are in the sales person’s head.

When you’re promoting your auto repair shop to increase car counts, use the following 7 Auto Repair Shop Advertising Tips as a guideline so that you get a better response.

1) Your ad shouldn’t be about YOU: Most of the auto shop ads I see talk about everything THEY do; but they forget about the customer. The customer (like everyone else) is only looking for ‘What’s In It For Them’. What is their benefit? It’s not the fact that you’re family owned; It’s not the fact you’ve been in business for 25 years. You have to advertise … Read More

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Auto Dealers and Dealerships Increase Your Bottom Line Profits

At this point in the financial life of the North American auto industry as well as the business of most automobile dealers in North America – the US & Canada business is tough.

Automobile dealerships, their owners and managers are under constant and unrelenting pressure and pressures to limit and cut costs. One area continually looked at for job and wage cuts are the “business office”. With advanced computerized systems, interactions with head office systems and programs and general advances in business systems and computerization cuts for administration would seem to be a wise means of reducing dealership cost structures and thus increase the bottom line. Yet in line with today’s business climate staffing the business office well and with the “right people” makes more sense in 2011 than ever.

In many larger or medium sized automotive dealers now the business office itself is one of four integral key departments. … Read More

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