Auto Insurance

Do you know what a clean driving record looks like and how to maintain one?  We all know that a spotless driving record can do wonders for us on and off the road. It helps our credit score, shows employers we are responsible motorists, and is...

Shocking stats about seat belt safety use. Traffic incidents are the leading cause of death in the U.S. It’s common knowledge that seat belts save lives, yet there are still drivers and passengers who are not buckling up. While seat belt use averages 88 percent...

Make sure your teen understands the importance of safe driving.  Did your child just receive his or her learners permit? Although the teen is undoubtedly excited, as a parent, you are probably terrified. After all, you know just how dangerous driving can be. However, teaching...

Misconceptions about homeowners insurance.   Ironically, home insurance is one of the most common types of insurance, but also one of the most miscalculated. The majority of property owners believe that homeowners insurance does things it doesn’t, or that they have more coverage than they actually...

Useful tips for motorists buying their first auto insurance policy.   So, you’ve saved up the money and bought yourself your first car. The days of driving your parents’ old vehicle are behind you! But before you take the road to freedom, you will need to...

Understand when you should secure an auto insurance policy of your own.   Most young people decide to get their own car insurance policy when they have their own car, move out, or generally want independence. Typically, you are supposed to get your own policy when...

Top tips on how to get vehicle defrosted in no time. Winter is a beautiful time of year. It’s great for warm beverages, walks in the crisp air, and all things festive. However, when you’re running late to work and you see your vehicle frosted...

A gap in car insurance coverage could afford you steeper rates.   Are you thinking of canceling your car insurance? Whether you’re selling your vehicle to take public transport or you’re taking your vehicle off the road to restore the engine, it’s a good idea to...

Does insurance cover wear-and-tear?  Insurance is intended to cover many potential losses that you would not normally expect to pay for, including events that are sudden and accidental. However, when it comes to your vehicle, there are certain items that will eventually have to be replaced...

What to do when you get in a crash with an uninsured driver. Car insurance is mandatory in every U.S. state except New Hampshire. To legally drive a vehicle, motorists must carry their state’s minimum requirements. However, not everyone does secure coverage. In fact, many...