Watch out for potholes
According to TRIP — a non-profit based out of Washington D.C. that analyzed data from a 2011 Federal Highway Administration study — rough pavement and other road issues cost each Southern California driver more than $800 per year. That's a lot of maintenance, new tires, and faster depreciation.
In fact, about 64 percent of the Greater Los Angeles area's roads were deemed to be in poor condition. That's all the more reason to get covered with dependable car insurance.
Los Angeles car theft
The Los Angeles Police Department estimates that roughly 30,000 vehicles are stolen every year in the city. In fact, auto thefts account for a staggering 24 percent of property crime and 18 percent of LA's total crime.
Comprehensive coverage can help protect your ride from theft, vandalism, and other unfortunate mishaps you have no control over.
America's traffic-jammed city
It's official: LA really does have the worst traffic in the continental U.S. INRIX, a company that provides traffic information and services, ranked the Los Angeles area as the city with the worst congestion, second only to Honolulu.