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Lyft drivers need not own car: Lyft/GM start short-term rental program General Motors Co. and ride-hailing service Lyft are launching a short-term car rental program that is expected to eventually evolve into an autonomous vehicle network. READ MORE >>

Google self-driving vehicle collides with bus in Silicon Valley In this May 13, 2015, file photo, Google's self-driving Lexus car drives along street during a demonstration at Google campus in Mountain View, Calif. READ MORE >>

More police departments have stopped taking accident reports Police investigation of auto accidents could soon be limited to only those with serious injuries, criminal activity or suspicious circumstances.  READ MORE >>

10 dog breeds most often blacklisted by home insurance carriers Although domesticated dogs may seem quite friendly and approachable, there are occasions when they can be dangerous. There have been a number of cases in the U.S. involving vicious dog attacks on both humans and other pets. READ MORE >>

June 1 marks the beginning of the six-month Atlantic hurricane season. It started even earlier in the Eastern Pacific, running from May 15 through November. Hurricanes make a vivid splash when the big ones hit the national news. But if you live in hurricane country, preparing your home and property isn’t a one-time exercise. READ MORE >>

Buffett doesn't think Berkshire is even close to being too big to fail  (Bloomberg) -- Warren Buffett, who built Berkshire Hathaway Inc. into a conglomerate with a market value of more than $350 billion, said his firm isn’t even close to being a too-big-to-fail risk to the economy. READ MORE >>

6 Things To Know About Insuring Your Pets Americans spent $58.5 billion on their pets last year, according to American Pet Products Association estimates. Following food, the next largest expense for pet owners was veterinary care, with an estimated $15 billion being spent. READ MORE >>

The ABC’s of Reading an Insurance Policy a)   Ascertain who qualifies as an insured. b)  Annotate the policy form. c)   Confirm all forms and endorsements are attached. d)  Read the Insuring Agreement first. e)   Read the exclusions. READ MORE >>

Here's why your car insurance rates keep going up Automobile crashes exact a high price when it comes to the loss of human life and injuries. Globally, nearly 1.3 million individuals are killed in crashes each year, which averages out to 3,287 deaths a day according to the Association for Safe International Road Travel. READ MORE >>

The 7 hidden costs of 'cheap' car insurance A cheap car insurance policy is great at first ... until you're left holding the bag. No one's perfect. You may have received a few speeding tickets within a short amount of time or recently had several accidents or have bad credit. READ MORE >>

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