Remember the unbelievable story of Nicole Scheufler, who saved hundreds of dollars on her insurance policy through an insuretech startup called Gabi? Well, it turns out that when you want to save money on car insurance, you can’t believe everything you read.
Car insurance isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. What works for one person may not work for another. I discovered that the hard way. Scroll to the end of that story for a clue. Turns out the same tried-and-true strategies that helped you save money on insurance last year can work today. But beware of shortcuts.
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Finding an affordable car insurance policy seemed like an impossible task for Nicole Scheufler. She lives in a busy part of San Diego and has been rear-ended a few times. After her last car wreck, “the insurance rates were insane,” she says.
But she found a policy, thanks to a new way of buying insurance called Gabi.
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The next time you feel stressed out at the airport, look up. If you’re lucky, you’ll see painted clouds, or a wall of vines and orchids, and you’ll hear the sounds of songbirds.
If you do, it means you’re flying out of Terminal 2 at Oakland International Airport. That’s where Kaiser Permanente, together with the airport and the terminal’s tenant, Southwest Airlines, has devised an innovative way to destress at the airport.
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A fleet of 25 robots started delivering Blaze custom pizzas, Starbucks lattes and Dunkin’ Donuts pastries to students at George Mason University’s Fairfax, Va., campus last week. But their quiet presence on campus raised an interesting question: What are the rules for robots delivering food?
It turns out those guidelines, mostly involving safety and customer service, are largely unwritten. But that hasn’t stopped the experts from thinking about them.
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It’s peak season for travel insurance claims, a time of year when vacationers are sending their reimbursement requests for their ill-fated year-end holiday getaways. If you’re one of the unlucky travelers who are about to file a claim, be careful to not make one of several common travel insurance mistakes,` any of which can potentially lead to a rejection of your claim.
Travel insurance claim denial rates are not publicly reported, but they are said to be somewhere between 2% and 5%.
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