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We have been a free online resource since 2000 for anyone interested in learning more about auto insurance. Our goal is to be an objective, third-party resource for everything auto insurance related. We update our site regularly, and we have a directory of articles and guides to help you get started finding the cheapest auto insurance rates!
Researching online can be tough. The types of coverage, factors affecting your rates, and best practices for finding the right provider varies drastically from website to website.
We’ve taken the hard part out of researching online and compiled the internet’s most comprehensive resources on related information.
Auto Insurance.org is not a government-run website, nor are we owned by any insurance provider.
Everything on this site is 100 percent free, and we aim to keep it that way.
As if that’s not enough.
Meet the Experts
AutoInsurance.org’s expert team focuses on ensuring our content and services uphold the highest standards of integrity. Our dedicated team also manages our extensive writing network, which guarantees the information you receive is accurate, evidence based, current, and trustworthy.
A team of car insurance experts reviews our content, ensuring that existing and new content is accurate so you can make the best decisions about your car insurance.
We strive to be your most trusted partner in pursuing the right car insurance.
Joel Ohman, Founder, CFP®
Joel Ohman is the CEO of a private equity backed digital media company. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, author, angel investor, and serial entrepreneur who loves creating new things, whether books or businesses. He has also previously served as the founder and resident CFP® of a national insurance agency, Real Time Health Quotes. He has an MBA from the University of South Florida.
Joel has been mentioned as an insurance expert in many different online and print publications including AOL, Business Insider, idrivesafely, Reader’s Digest, Inc.com, Carvana, MarketWatch, Forbes, OppLoans, Yahoo!, TheStreet, and NYPost to name a few.
Daniel Walker, Licensed Auto Insurance Agent
Dan Walker graduated with a BS in Administrative Management in 2005 and has been working in his family’s insurance agency, FCI Agency, for 15 years (BBB A+). He is licensed as an agent to write property and casualty insurance, including home, auto, umbrella, and dwelling fire insurance. He’s also been featured on sites like Reviews.com and Safeco.
He reviews content, ensuring that existing and new content is accurate so you can make the best decisions about your car insurance, which guarantees the information you receive is accurate, evidence based, current, and trustworthy
Mathew B. Sims, Editor-in-Chief
Mathew B. Sims is Editor-in-Chief and has authored, edited, and contributed to several books. He has been working in the insurance industry ensuring content is accurate for consumers who are searching for the best policies and rates. He has also been featured on sites like UpJourney.
Sara Routhier, Managing Editor, Features
Sara Routhier, Managing Editor of Features and Outreach, has professional experience as an educator, SEO specialist, and content marketer. She has over five years of experience in the insurance industry. As a researcher, data nerd, writer, and editor she strives to curate educational, enlightening articles that provide you with the must-know facts and best-kept secrets within the overwhelming world of insurance.
Her work has been featured on: CBS, Denver Post, DriversEd, ESPN, Finance101, Finder, FOX5, Legal Advice, MSN, PrettyMotors, SeattleTimes, StarTribune, USA Today, WalletHub, Yahoo Finance, and the Zebra.
Chris Tepedino, Feature Writer
Chris Tepedino is a feature writer that has written extensively about auto insurance for numerous websites. He has a college degree in communication from the University of Tennessee and has experience reporting, researching investigative pieces, and crafting detailed, data-driven features.
David Reischer, Licensed Attorney
David Reischer, Esq. is an attorney and the CEO of LegalAdvice.com. He graduated law school in 2000 with a joint MBA/JD degree from Brooklyn Law School and Zicklin School of business.
He has been a practicing attorney in New York State with specialization in real estate transactions, family law, business law, and other general practice matters for over 16 years. He has litigated in NY Civil and NY Supreme Court in both the commercial and civil divisions.
Emma Williams, Writer & Researcher
Emma Williams, originally from London, has been published in the London Evening Standard, The Telegraph, London Loves Business, and Country Living.
She has a keen interest in property, U.S. politics, and law but also enjoys writing lifestyle-focused pieces.
Riley Clark, Content Specialist
Riley Clark is a Content Specialist at Best Company covering car warranty and VoIP. She prides herself on delivering honest, factual, and relevant content to her readers. She goes through books faster than most people go through Netflix seasons and has made it her goal to be outdoors as much as humanly possible.
D. Gilson, PhD, Professor & Published Author
D. Gilson is a writer and author of essays, poetry, and scholarship that explore the relationship between popular culture, literature, sexuality, and memoir. His latest book is Jesus Freak, with Will Stockton, part of Bloomsbury’s 33 1/3 Series. His other books include I Will Say This Exactly One Time and Crush. His first chapbook, Catch & Release, won the 2012 Robin Becker Prize from Seven Kitchens. His second chapbook, Brit Lit, a series of poems on Saint Britney Spears, is available from Sibling Rivalry Press. D. is the editor of Lunch and lives in the Missouri Ozarks.
For Our Media Friends
Our team loves partnering with media members to craft engaging stories with compelling visuals, data, and expert information.
If you’re a media member and would like to talk, please contact us. We’ll respond in a time sensitive manner so that you can meet your publication deadlines.
It’s All About You
AutoInsurance.org is all about helping your average consumer stay informed, make the right coverage choices, and save money. We know you appreciate simplicity! That’s why our comparison tool is as easy to use as one of our articles is easy reading.
It’s all about you. We’ll ask you questions to get to know you, then we’ll provide you apples-to-apples rate quotes from the top providers in your city. Plus if you have any questions along the way, you can reach out to a licensed insurance agent from our team.
We recommend comparing rates from at least two to three providers — that’s the only way you’ll know you’ve got the best prices for the coverage you need to protect what’s most important.
Check out some of our favorites articles like our guide to cheap auto insurance, our studies like the most dangerous and safest states for drivers, or which holidays are linked to the most traffic fatalities!
How can you beat that?
We expect all writers and editors at AutoInsurance.org to comply with these guidelines when creating content. Writers are responsible for the accuracy of their work. Confirming information and double-checking facts are of the utmost importance.
Our writing and editorial team will not accept any payment of any kind in exchange for positive content or reviews of a company or vehicle. We write what we know. We take pride in creating honest content.
Our team has over 60 years of experience in the insurance industry. There will be information we don’t know or is up for debate, and we will be open about that.
As our goal is to produce consistent, professional content, our writing team takes care to use fair language in all of our work.
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