What Is Non-Standard Insurance and When to Get It

Arizona Auto License Services explains how non-standard auto insurance was created to provide coverage for drivers with higher risk profiles.

Is It Ever Ok to Drive without a License?

Is it ever ok to drive without a license? Generally speaking, every state requires that drivers have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle. Whether it’s ok to drive may depend on the circumstances.

Most Common Moving Violations in the U.S.

Arizona Auto License Services’ blog explains why it’s always a good idea for drivers to keep in mind the various moving violations there are to avoid.

Top Fuel Efficiency Tips for Drivers

There are many ways to be more fuel efficient in your day-to-day routine. Small, simple adjustments to driving habits can make a dent in how much a typical driver spends on fuel.

Top Tips about Teen Driving this School Year

It can be liberating for the whole family when a teenage son or daughter finally gets their license. Here are some things you and the young drivers in your family should keep in mind.

Insurance Implications of Road Tripping with the Whole Family

Road tripping with the whole family creates memories that last a lifetime. It can also introduce some risks and unexpected events that don’t usually occur on shorter, familiar drives like your commute to work.

What to Discuss in Your Annual Car Insurance Review

When was the last time you contacted your insurance company? Drivers should schedule a conversation to review their auto insurance policy once a year – or more to get the policy that reflects their changing circumstances.

Tips for Saving at the Pump

When times are tough, it helps to get informed. Even making one or two small, practical changes may be able to shave a few dollars off your gas budget.

Commercial Driving Laws: How Are They Different?

While driving laws apply to everyone, there are some differences to keep in mind if your job requires driving outside of your commute.

Syncing Your Phone and Your Car: Good or Bad?

Most new cars today allow for some form of phone syncing, enabling drivers to connect their phones to their cars. Whether to sync your phone is up to you.