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Do you know what the most popular car in Georgia is? Georgia loves its pick up trucks, don’t they? It is no surprise that Pick up trucks and SUV’s rule for the most popular vehicles in the nation. Here is a list for each state in the US thanks to USA today: Alaska: F150 Alabama: F150 Arkansas: Sierra 1500 California: Civic Colorado: Outback Connecticut: Rogue Washington, D.C.: Civic Delaware: Silverado 1500 Florida: Corolla Georgia: ?? Hawaii: Tacoma Iowa: Silverado 1500 Idaho: F150 Illinois: CR-V Indiana: Silverado 1500 Kansas: F150 Kentucky: F150 Louisiana: F150 Massachusetts: RAV4 Maryland: CR-V Maine: Silverado 1500 Michigan: Escape Minnesota: F150 Missouri: F150 Mississippi: F150 Montana: F150 North Carolina: Accord North Dakota: F150 Nebraska: F150 New Hampshire: Silverado 1500 New Jersey: CR-V New Mexico: F150 Nevada: RAV4 New York: Rogue Ohio: Civic Oklahoma: F150 Oregon: Outback Pennsylvania: CR-V Puerto Rico: Yaris Rhode Island: RAV4 South Carolina: F150 South Dakota: F150 Tennessee: F150 Texas: F150 Utah: F150 Virginia: CR-V Vermont: RAV4 Washington: Outback Wisconsin: Silverado 1500 West Virginia: Silverado 1500 Wyoming: F150 According to the Kelly Blue book Sedans are losing popularity – Even the Toyota Camry. What about right here in Georgia? What is the number 1 car here in the Peach state? You guessed it… It is the Ford F150 pickup truck. Now if I only had a $1.00 for each one I see today in my commute to Atlanta! The staff at http://autoinsurancegeorgia.info/
Do you know what the minimum auto insurance requirements for the state of Georgia are? If you own a business in the greater Atlanta area then listen carefully. Or not. But realize that you can be putting your entire business at liability. Whether you are a home inspector, a contractor that repairs water heaters in Stockbridge or a Braselton chiropractor and use your car for business then listen closely. Minimums Georgia requires vehicle owners to purchase liability insurance for their vehicles. Liability insurance pays for injuries or property damage after an accident. As of 2010, drivers must purchase a minimum of $25,000 bodily injury liability insurance to cover the injuries of a single person in an accident. Additionally, drivers must have a minimum of $50,000 in bodily injury coverage to pay for the injuries of multiple persons. Drivers must also purchase a minimum of $25,000 in property damage liability insurance to pay for damages to another person’s property. source Please remember these requirements apply whether you are getting an Atlanta, Savannah or an Augusta policy. Continuous Coverage The law requires owners to hold continuous liability coverage for the entire time they own their vehicles. The DDS requires proof of insurance to issue driver’s licenses, vehicle registrations and license plates. Failure to provide proof of continuous coverage can result in loss of driving privileges and revocation of vehicle registration. Monitoring The state maintains vehicle insurance records in the Georgia Electronic Insurance Compliance System, a database system, and does not accept insurance cards as proof of insurance. The law requires insurance providers to
Here is a 2015 honda fit sneak preview from the auto show Here are some comments from around the web on the latest changes to the FIT. “It’s still small, but Honda found ways to make more room inside its popular Fit while adding some pizzazz to the front and high-end amenities in a new model presented Monday. One of the most anticipated introductions at the Detroit Auto Show, the new Fit was technically a tad shorter and wider, but the gains of inside legroom made it feel like a much more generous mid-sized saloon.” source And yes, for the Fit fanatics there are still the Magic
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Here is The 2013 American Customer Satisfaction Index List Of The Top Automakers That Get Consumers Satisfaction Ratings If YOU are looking for a new car then you owe it to yourself to see Forbes 2013 list of top consumer rated car makers. Personally based on this report I would pick a foreign car over a domestic one. Consumer satisfaction = Cars that do not give you headaches! Question… Are YOU as loyal to your car brand as you are to your Auto insurance provider? First we will discuss the 2013 American Customer Satisfaction Index List then we will compare it JD Powers Car Dependability study and the Consumer Reports car dependability study to see how domestics and imports did. Ready? First here is the American Customer Satisfaction Survey results for 2013 1. Mercedes-Benz Mercedes jumped 4% over last year’s satisfaction ratings. 2. Lexus Lexus slipped slightly in its ratings compared to last year but continued to hold the No. 2 spot on the list. 3. Subaru A man rides a horse as a Subaru Impreza WRX with driver Yuriy Protasov and co-driver Kyrylo Nesvit, both from Ukraine, compete in the WRC Acropolis Rally. Subaru was the highest-ranked non-luxury marque on the list. 4. Toyota As recently as 2010 American and Japanese auto brands were tied in satisfaction ratings, but this year Asian brands far surpassed those from Detroit. 5. Honda The top automakers for 2013 are a mix of luxury and Japanese brands 6. Cadillac Cadillac is tied for the highest-ranked American brand on the satisfaction list. 7. GMC GMC jumped five points in satisfaction scores from 2012 to 2013 to tie Cadillac for the highest-placed domestic brands. 8. Volkswagen Volkswagen dipped slightly in its score over 2012 but still exceeds the luxury average satisfaction rate. 9-12. Acura, Ford, Nissan and Chrysler These cars customer satisfaction score equals the industry average. NOTICE how this compares with the results JD Powers found in their 2013 Vehicle Dependability Study. They found that the MAJORITY of the 18 classifications went to