According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), vehicle thefts continue to increase to near-record highs in 2023. The first half of 2023 saw nearly 500,000 vehicles reported stolen across the nation, an increase of over 2 percent compared to 2022. The Baltimore Banner is running a series of articles […]
The Uninsured Division (UD) is a division of the State of Maryland administered by Maryland Auto Insurance. The UD handles claims in which a Maryland resident has been injured as a result of an accident caused by another person who has no insurance to cover those injuries. This claim involves […]
This year, Maryland Auto partnered with Baltimore County Public Schools and their Youth Apprenticeship Program. We hosted Chesapeake High School student, Mia, for an internship in our Claims department. As part of National Apprenticeship Week, BCPS-TV produced this segment spotlighting Mia’s experience with Maryland Auto. In The Know: BCPS Apprenticeship […]
Insurance fraud can affect anyone with an insurance policy and is considered a serious crime. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners revealed that property and casualty insurance fraud costs insurers $45 billion per year, with auto theft fraud totaling $7.4 billion annually. However, insurance carriers are not the only ones who […]
Over the course of 2023, we are highlighting some of our longest-tenured employees. In November, we are spotlighting Barry Glenn, who has been with Maryland Auto for 32 years!
Over the course of 2023, we are highlighting some of our longest-tenured provider partners. In November, we are spotlighting Halkos Insurance Agency in Laurel!
Donating your vehicle to charity can impact a life. Your donated vehicle can make it easier for recipients to get to work, shopping, school, and other activities. Most organizations allow you to claim your vehicle donation as a tax deduction. Your tax deduction is affected by how the charity uses […]
Every State has its own unique laws when it comes to teen drivers, and Maryland is no different. The three-step graduated licensing system is used to initiate teen drivers onto Maryland roads. With each of these steps, there are unique laws to make sure that the teen driver can focus […]
October is Pedestrian Safety Month. The Governors Highway Safety Association found that “pedestrian deaths are increasing faster than all other traffic fatalities.” Both pedestrians and drivers must work together to promote safety and ensure that everyone stays out of harm’s way. According to Zero Deaths Maryland, “Approximately one out of […]
When you pull up to a gas station, you’re met with choices at the pump. There are several fuel options that are designed to meet the needs of a variety of vehicles. You should check the owner’s manual to determine what type of fuel is recommended. We’ve compiled information on […]