Gap Insurance: What Is It & Do I Need It?

Sarita Harbour
Congratulations on your recent car purchase or lease! You're probably thinking about driving your vehicle and not about the auto loan you took out to finance it. But what would happen if you totaled your car? Would you have enough... Continue

State of Driving: California

Emily Guy Birken
California was built for driving. From Route 66 and the Pacific Coast Highway to the bustling freeways of Los Angeles and the majestic bridges of San Francisco, California has gorgeous scenery, exciting routes and unique driving... Continue

In a Car Crash? Here’s What to Do Next

Johnna Kaplan
Picture yourself driving down the highway, focused on where you're headed, when suddenly the driver next to you swerves, crashing into your vehicle, which then veers into a third car. Or you're backing out of a parking space when another... Continue

Don’t Help Crooks Steal Your Car

Jordan Perch
After having decreased for 23 years in a row, the number of stolen vehicles increased in 2015*. According to the FBI, a total of 713,063 motor vehicles were stolen in the United States in 2015—a 3 percent increase compared to 2014.... Continue

How to Monitor Your Teen’s Driving

Naomi Mannino
For many teens, one of the most exciting times in their lives is when they drive by themselves for the first time. Not only is it a rite of passage declaring their burgeoning independence, but it is a milestone marking how much their... Continue

The Best National Parks to Visit

Johnna Kaplan
In 2017, America's National Park Service (NPS) will be celebrating its 101st birthday. Since its creation over a century ago, the agency has grown to include 59 national parks as well as hundreds of national historic sites, national... Continue