How inflation will negatively impact your car insurance

The increase in inflation, which in July was 8.15% per year, drives up the cost of insurance premiums and one of the most affected will be cars, according to Moody's.

Excellence in service and technology: winning formula in car insurance

Technology is a differentiating factor in the vehicle insurance market, both for achieving success and for generating closeness.

And if something happens to the Mayan Train or the Dos Bocas refinery, who is responsible?

Insuring some historical monuments, archaeological remains or popular traditions is not the task of a single company, especially those that are considered Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Cyclists are often distracted in traffic

Typing and making calls are common causes of accidents while driving. But many cyclists are also distracted in traffic - with a corresponding risk of accidents.

Survey: Corona lowers optimism and increases stress

For many Germans, the pandemic is apparently a roller coaster of emotions. While an extraordinarily large number of people were still optimistic in spring 2020, it is now only about one in four.

Things to do when lost in the desert

It can happen faster than you think. In a minute you are enjoying a beautiful walk through the woods, and the next thing you know is that you are out

Traveler's diarrhea: symptoms, causes and treatments

It happens to every traveler at one point or another, and it can ruin even the most carefully laid plans. Traveler's diarrhea is

Dispute bad credit card charges on your trip

While traveling, the last thing anyone wants to think about is being overcharged on a credit card transaction. Worse yet, no one wants to consider the


Family: Anne Heche will probably not survive the accident

The US actress crashed into a house at high speed – after the crash, her car caught fire. Heche's family is now examining whether their organs can be donated. That was Heche's wish.

Arctic warming almost four times faster than global

Climate change is clearly noticeable in the Arctic - even more than in other regions of the world. This has to do with polar amplification, write researchers in a study.

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