Archive for the ‘infographic’ Category

Buying Insurance Texan Style

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Bigger And Better In The South   Everyone says that in Texas, they do things bigger. And it’s true. This large state consists of more than one kind of person. It has hard working people, and caring mothers, and business owners and commuters and big families and small families. But one thing every Texan has… Read More »


The Boys Republic And The Steve McQueen Car Show

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

On June 3, 2017 the Boys Republic and the Friends of Steve McQueen Car Show will bring an exciting and important event to Chino Hills, California. This annual event was started in 2008 and brings thousands of spectators to the Boys Republic campus, and has so far brought in over $750,000 in support for the… Read More »


Dash Cams: Not Just For Fun

Friday, November 4, 2016

A dash cam is an on-board camera that records the view through a vehicle’s windshield. These cameras are different than regular cameras or smartphones because they can be an independent witness that requires little attention from the driver. Not just for law enforcement any more, dash cams have often been a source of entertainment, like… Read More »


Hydrogen Fuel And The Next Green Machine

Thursday, October 27, 2016

In 1992 Congress passed the Energy Policy Act, requiring federal, state, and alternative fuel provider fleets to implement petroleum-reduction measures. Alternative fuels are made from other sources than petroleum, reducing our dependence on imported oil. Ideally, they would be produced from renewable sources and produce less, or no pollution. Since then, the race to provide… Read More »


Life In The HOT Lane: Confronting Highway Congestion

Thursday, October 20, 2016

High Occupancy Toll Lanes (HOT for short) are evolving in response to the sometimes obvious underused HOV lanes (High Occupancy Vehicle). HOV lanes are available for free to cars with two or more drivers, or other exempt vehicles such as motorcycles, transit vehicles, emergency vehicles, and cars with approved alternative fuel systems. Developed first in California,… Read More »


5 infographics you’ll be glad you read

Friday, September 28, 2012

Every once in a while you come across an infographic that captures your attention. This week we were lucky enough to find five. In our first find, respondents were asked to identify Obama as a car. The infographic depicts how respondents answered the question and provides a short blurb about each response. Our second infographic… Read More »


The Gas Scandal Heard Around the World

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The United States is seeing higher gas prices than ever. While other political and world-related news take the spotlight, gas prices are still glaring at the everyday-American. Here are some need-to-know facts about gasoline: 70% of our consumption of oil is for transportation We have 4% of world’s population but use 25% of the oil… Read More »


The secret other agencies don’t want you to know

Monday, September 24, 2012

Customers are our number one priority. Recently, we gathered data to better understand our customers and their situations. We asked a series of questions to over 1000 respondents. One of our main goals, was to discover what insurance feature was most important to consumers. Our preliminary analysis wasn’t that surprising as it showed “price” to… Read More »