3 Ways To Protect Your Vehicle From Flood Damage

31 December 2018
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Insurance is one of the few products that you purchase with the intention of never having to use it. Auto insurance is required by most states, as it offers significant financial protection in the event of an accident. While most people know that an auto insurance policy can be a valuable tool after a collision, few realize that insurance can cover damages caused by natural disasters as well. Flooding can render a vehicle inoperable, resulting in your insurance company writing your vehicle off as a loss. Read More 

Stunned By Insurance Quotes For Your Teen Driver? Here Is Why They Are So High

16 November 2018
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Not everyone got the lecture on insurance when they were first learning how to drive. In fact, a lot of people are as surprised as young adults at how expensive auto insurance can be. If you are attempting, as a parent, to add your teen to your car insurance plan for the first time, you may be blown away at what it costs. Here are some startling figures to prepare you for what it will cost to insure your teen driver on your own car and why these rates are so high. Read More 

The Benefits Of Having An In-Person Insurance Agent

29 September 2018
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you need a new car insurance policy or are shopping around for a new home insurance policy, there are many insurance agencies that you can purchase a policy from both online and in-person. While buying online may seem fast and easy, there are a few benefits to having an in-person insurance agent instead. Learning these benefits can help you determine whether to buy from an online insurance agency or whether to buy from an in-person insurance agent. Read More 

How Your Choice Of Tires And Wheels May Affect Your Auto Insurance

8 August 2018
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Many factors affect car insurance rates, so it's no surprise that many people don't know them all. For example, do you know that your tires can also affect your auto insurance premiums? Here are three ways in which this may happen: Winter Tire Discounts Standard tires start losing traction when the weather reaches 40oF. Low temperatures also reduce the flexibility of tires as well as their grip on the road. All of these reduce your car's handling and can easily lead to an accident. Read More 

3 Extras You May Want To Include In Your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy

18 June 2018
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Whether you are buying your very first home or just want to shop around for a new policy, homeowner's insurance will be an imperative part of your family's finances. In most cases, these insurance policies cover the basics, such as damage from a storm or house fire and even theft. Unfortunately, the majority of homeowners are not covered for other perils that may affect the home and your financial future. Here are a few " Read More