SourceÂ Â http://www.theautoinsurance.com/
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From one car to another, auto insurance rates can vary drastically. Depending on the type of car, its safety rating, and the likelihood of its being stolen, auto insurers determine what to charge to insure a particular make and model of vehicle.
Insure.com put together a list of the ten most expensive cars to insure, based on what a 40 year old man with a $500 deductible would pay for each. Let’s take a look.
The cost of your vehicle may not end up being the most expensive cost you have. Depending on what kind of car you drive, fuel may end up costing nearly as much as the car! Here’s a look at some of the best and worst cars in terms of cost of fuel.
These costs are annual, and based on a driver traveling 15,000 miles a year (55% in the city and 45% on a highway). It also assumes that gas costs $2.67 per gallon.
Link : www.theautoinsurance.com
It’s been a rocky road for the Big 3 automakers as they’ve struggled for survival and relevance in a down economy. In the biggest auto industry shakeup in 30 years, existing companies have been re-organized, torn apart, or sold off, resulting a complete reshaping of the auto industry landscape. Whether through government handouts or good old American ingenuity and entrepreneurship, GM, Ford, and Chrysler are revitalized and ready to deliver the exciting and environmentally friendly automobiles that consumers crave. But unlike the 70s, when American automotive manufacturers faced a threat from the Far East, today that threat comes not only from that part of the world but from newer more nimble competitors such as Tesla, right here in their own backyard. Our infographic breaks it down.