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Illinois & Ohio Consumers
To Save on Auto Insurance
SAN FRANCISCO, March 16 / --
Esurance Inc., a direct-to-consumer personal auto insurance company,
recently announced rate decreases in its Illinois and Ohio auto
insurance programs, which will save drivers in both states
Gary Tolman, Esurance President
and CEO, stated, "One of our company's main goals is offering
competitive rates to consumers.
We're always happy when we're able to save on operating costs
and pass those savings directly on to our customers."
The company's Web site, www.esurance.com, offers a host of auto insurance savings
information and a comparison quotes feature.
BMW Gets Ready for Eighth
Annual Ultimate Drive Program
MIAMI, March 16 / --
BMW kicked off their Eighth Annual Ultimate Drive program:
The Ultimate Drive, a program created by BMW to raise awareness and
funds for breast cancer research and community outreach programs at
the Wyndham Grand Bay-Coconut Grove Hotel in Miami, Florida on March
The general public is invited to
drive the fleet of BMWs at participating dealerships during an
Ultimate Drive event. For
each mile driven in one of the BMW Ultimate Drive vehicles, $1.00 is
contributed to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to support breast
cancer research, education, screening and treatment programs.
New York's Breathalyzer Bill is
Expensive, Intrusive and Ineffective, Says ABI
WASHINGTON, March 16/ -- Radical
legislation proposed by New York Assemblyman Felix Ortiz would
require every driver in New York to pass an alcohol breath test
every time they start their car: anyplace, anytime and regardless of
whether they drink responsibly or at all.
Itís been estimated it would cost up to $1,000 per
vehicle to install the test devices, and drivers would have to
retest every 20 to 40 minutes.
"Assemblyman Ortiz seems to have gone out of his way to
create one of the most expensive, intrusive and ineffective bills in
the history of the New York State legislature," John Doyle,
executive director of The American Beverage Institute, said.