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Auto Insurance Options When You Are Not Driving

15 August 2018
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Although both those who are driving and those who aren't driving can benefit from auto insurance coverage, there should be a difference between these two groups of people. For example, you should consider the following measures if you won't be driving for some time. Reduce Your Coverage If you won't be driving for some time, one of the best options you can take to save money on insurance is to reduce your coverage. Read More …

Shopping For Homeowners Insurance? What Factors You Should Consider Aside From Price

16 May 2018
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One of the biggest mistakes you can make is selecting your homeowner's insurance policy based on price alone. While your budget may affect which company you select, price is not the only factor that you need to consider. Here are a few of the factors you need to consider when you are shopping for a homeowner's insurance and why these factors are so important.  The Deductible When you are shopping for any type of insurance policy, including homeowner's insurance, always take the time to carefully review how much the deductible is for the policy you are looking at. Read More …

Downfalls Of Only Having Minimum Auto Insurance Coverage

19 October 2017
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Every state in the U.S. requires drivers to have car insurance, and each state has minimum guidelines in place. This allows drivers to choose policies that offer very minimal coverage, yet the coverage they have still meets the legal requirements. While choosing minimal coverage will save you money, here are some of the downfalls of only having the minimal coverage required by your state's laws. You will have to pay for your own repairs after an accident Read More …

5 Tips For Adding Your Teenager To Your Car Insurance

2 September 2016
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Your teenager becoming a licensed driver is a nerve-wracking experience, and one detail that makes it extra stressful is adding them to your car insurance. Adding your teen to your insurance costs money and makes your own policy vulnerable to rate increases if your teen gets into any accidents or accrues speeding tickets. Despite this, adding your teenager to your policy is still much cheaper than getting them their own separate policy, since inexperienced drivers are considered high risks by insurance companies. Read More …

The Reality of Three Auto Insurance Myths

23 January 2016
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While auto insurance is a normal part of life for most Americans who drive, it's likely the least understood product on the market. Taking time to learn as much as you can about auto insurance may help you save money and avoid making mistakes that might affect your coverage. To start you off, here's the truth behind three auto insurance myths. You Must Insure an Inactive Vehicle Possibly the most common auto insurance myth is that you are required to have insurance on a vehicle you are not driving. Read More …