Category: Insurance

Jim Carrey Wants to Sell You a Lincoln

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In case you missed it over the weekend, Jim Carrey, as Matthew McConaughey, made a series of funny commercial spoofs selling Lincolns on Saturday Night Live. The first ad spot captures the moodiness of McConaughey’s recent commercials for Lincoln, the second one gets funnier and the last one that features SNL‘s Kenan Thompson as an […] More »

  Comments | By - October 27, 2014

Insure Your Ford Ranger for Less: 10 Ways to Save

If you drive a Ford Ranger, car insurance is probably a significant part of your budget. After all, trucks aren’t the cheapest vehicles to insure. But if you could reduce your premium by as much as 30 percent, would you be interested? Of course you would! And reducing costs may be simpler than you think. […] More »

  Comments | By - March 8, 2010

10 Simple Steps to Save on Insurance for a Ford Super Duty

10 Simple Steps to Save on Insurance for a Ford Super Duty If the Ford Super Duty were described using a single word, that word would be “big.” It has a big frame, big tires, a big engine and big-time towing capability. Unfortunately, the cost to insure a Super Duty can also be “big”””sometimes humongous. […] More »

  Comments | By - March 5, 2010

9 Easy Ways to Save When Insuring your F-150

As Ford F-150 drivers already know, full-size trucks can cost a fortune to insure. If you’re paying too much to insure your F-150, why not shop around for a more affordable policy? Rates vary widely by insurer, and not all insurers offer low-cost rates to owners of full-size trucks, so shopping around could save you […] More »

  Comments | By - March 1, 2010

10 Ways to Reduce Your Ford Explorer’s Insurance Costs

If you own a Ford Explorer, you already know that it can cost a fortune to insure an SUV. But just because you drive a large vehicle doesn’t mean you should overpay for car insurance. Insure your Explorer for less by following these 10 tips. 1. Shop Around, Save Money Shopping around is a great […] More »

  Comments | By - February 25, 2010

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