Driving an Exotic Car & Insurance

Most of us have certain “dream cars” that we would love to own or drive at some point in our lives. For me, it would have to be a Lamborghini Gallardo or old school Ferrari Testarossa. Lucky for me, there are many services that offer exotic car rental – so one day I could head to Europe and have a Lambo delivered to me for a few days of driving debauchery on the AutoBahn in Germany. The costs for renting an exotic car per day in Europe range from $2k-$10k+, but here’s the catch. In addition to that fee, you have to typically pre-pay around $25k as a deposit as well as insurance fees. Keep in mind the deductible could be as high as $5-$10k or more!

Is Online Auto Insurance the Future?

Let’s face it, the web is here to stay and has changed the tide of how we do business with companies of all sizes. Decades ago, it would have been hard to imagine that there would be other choices than a local insurance agent when someone needed to insure their car.

The ABCs of Auto Insurance

One of the first questions people ask when comparing auto insurance is what determines the cost? With auto insurance, many variables factor into the ultimate cost. The following are some of those main things that determine how much you pay for a policy. I’ve broken them down into two categories–the things you can’t control and the things you can control:

Car Leases Are Harder To Find Than Ever

In this economy, it has become abundantly clear that things have changed drastically in the auto industry. Many of the big names are on the verge of bankruptcy while others are bringing innovation to the forefront in terms of new cars and technology to save the environment. In the midst of this, car shoppers are facing a tough task in choosing the right vehicle and getting their hands on it.

Bentley Continental Supersport

New Car: Nissan Cube Mobile Device

Upon hearing the name, “Nissan Cube Mobile Device”, many minds went racing to think that Nissan Motors was switching gears and getting into the mobile phone device market. Imagine that, some people have iPhones and others have Nissans. In actuality, the “Nissan Cube Mobile Device” is actually a cute name for what has turned out to be a cute and inspiring vehicle. It looks like a toy upon first glance, and with a sticker price of just under $14k, it probably has a similar price to some toys you might find at F.A.O. Schwartz. Apparently, it is a very fuel efficient vehicle with a nice modern inside to keep technophiles happy. We expect to see a good deal of these on the road in the near term.