Nina Rodríguez-Quirós

Feature Writer​

Nina Rodríguez-Quirós is a feature writer for Reviews.com. Over the last year, she has covered insurance providers, claims handling, coverage and more. She has been featured in Allconnect.com and holds a Master’s Degree in Theory and Research of Communications from the University of Puerto Rico. Her favorite review is Millennials and Auto Insurance.

More from Nina Rodríguez-Quirós

Best Indiana Homeowners Insurance Companies

Indiana State is a great place to live in, fresh products, an active sports scene, farm to table restaurants, but it has unpredictable and extreme weather. Homeowners in Indiana are on edge with potential natural hazards such as ice storms, tornados, earthquakes and flooding year-round, so home insurance in Indiana is a necessity.  The Hoosier ...

Best Homeowners Insurance Companies in Florida

Florida is one the favorite places to retire in the U.S., for its warm weather year-round, affordability, and quality of life. But living in the Sunshine State comes with a higher risk of being affected by natural disasters such as hurricanes and tropical storms, tornadoes, floods and wildfires. For homeowners in Florida, it is imperative ...

The Best Mississippi Homeowners Insurance Companies

Based on our research, Allstate leads the pack for the best Mississippi homeowners insurance companies. Our top picks are selected for various reasons, including premium cost, independent third party evaluations, available discounts, and amount and type of policies offered. Three of our choices are part of our best homeowners insurance companies nationwide: Allstate, USAA and ...

Geico Homeowners Insurance Review

Geico is a national insurance company best known for its car insurance, however, they also offer other insurance policies, including renters and homeowners through a network of partner companies. Overall, Geico offers competitive homeowners insurance coverage secured through the Geico Insurance Agency, Inc. and an above-average digital experience for customers in its website and app.  ...

Best Car Insurance for Teens & New Drivers

Finding the best car insurance for teens and new drivers could be tricky, as their premiums can be significantly more expensive than the average rates for more experienced drivers. Insurance companies consider young and new drivers a greater risk. Therefore we analyzed major providers to help you ace this process and find the best policy ...

The Best Security Cameras

Security cameras protect your home and give you peace of mind. But choosing the best one for your needs could take some time for research and comparison. We evaluated the most popular surveillance cameras with an image resolution of up to 1080 pixels to determine our top picks for different categories, such as the best ...

The Best Laptop Stands

Laptop stands are designed to make your working experience better, providing you with a much comfortable angle and more space on your desk. There are plenty of options to choose from; we decided to find those laptop stands that support multiple uses while being ergonomic. For our research, we focused on featuring laptop stands that ...

The Best Fitness Trackers

If one of your goals is to get more active, fitness trackers will help you keep an eye on your progress while measuring your heart rate and even your sleep habits. To find our picks for best fitness trackers, we evaluated options that were easy to use, comfortable, affordable and even kid-friendly options. We found ...

With The Pandemic's Impact on the Auto Industry, Is Now the Right Time to Buy an Electric Vehicle?

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating economic impact around the world, and the automotive sector is no exception. Servicereported that since the outbreak surged in December 2019, it has impacted the economy more than any other event in the past century. It estimated that the virus could trim global economic growth by 3% to ...

Car Travel Declined 72% in the U.S., Should You Cancel Your Auto Insurance?

Since Covid-19 started spreading through the U.S., cities around the country have seen rush-hour traffic jams vanish as a result of lockdowns and social distancing. The Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) found that the household vehicle travel in the U.S. declined by 68% to 72% during the last two weeks in March and the first week ...

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