Insurance & Safe Driving Blog

How to Handle the Insurance Offer After an Accident

Posted Sep 28, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

Maybe you just got into an accident. Whether it was an accidental fender bender or a serious collision, being the at-fault driver is never an easy role to play. Working with your insurer to determine the insurance offer involves patience and assertiveness.

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What To Do If Your Life Insurance Application Has Been Rejected

Posted Sep 27, 2017 by Jason Metz

If your life insurance application has been rejected, there are options. With a bit of research and understanding of how life insurance works, you can be on your way to finding a life insurance policy that fits your needs.

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Safer Cars Might Not Save You a Dime on Car Insurance

Posted Sep 26, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

A vehicle’s safety hardly has an impact on the quotes you will receive from insurers. Though it may be a small factor in lowering your rates, many drivers find that purchasing vehicles with safety features does not change their car insurance costs whatsoever.

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How Police Catch Uninsured Drivers

Posted Sep 25, 2017 by Jason Metz

According to the Insurance Information Institute, the nationwide percentage of uninsured drivers in 2012 was 12.6 percent. Recent technological advancements and pending legislation are aiding law enforcement’s efforts to reduce uninsured drivers.

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When Auto Insurance Raises Rates After An Accident

Posted Sep 22, 2017 by Jason Metz

When you’re in an auto accident and considering filing a claim, you may be concerned that your insurance carrier will raise your premium rates. If you’re on the fence about whether you should file a claim or not, there are several factors to consider.

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How to Insure a Car With A Salvage Title

Posted Sep 21, 2017 by Jason Metz

If you own a salvage vehicle or you’re considering buying one, it’s important to understand the challenges you may face when registering and insuring the vehicle. Some insurance companies won’t insure a salvage vehicle or they may not offer optional coverages such as collision and comprehensive.

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What Happens If You Are Caught Driving Without Car Insurance?

Posted Sep 19, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

Some people choose not to invest in auto insurance because it’s too expensive. However, the punishments someone can face if he or she is caught driving without auto insurance are too severe to take this risk.

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Child Passenger Safety Week

Posted Sep 18, 2017 by Jason Metz

The NHTSA and Ad Council have teamed up and launched a new series of PSAs to urge parents and caregivers to properly utilize car seats and safety belts. The NHTSA shows that in 59% of cases in which car seats are used, they’re being used incorrectly.

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Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Mold?

Posted Sep 18, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

With flood and water damage claims on the rise in certain areas of the United States following the recent natural disasters, people have more questions than ever regarding their insurance policies. Mold is a danger facing many water damaged homes.

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When Is Car Insurance Tax Deductible?

Posted Sep 15, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

Even though tax season is far away, understanding what may appear in tax returns could save you some money in the 2018 tax season. Your car insurance may even be tax deductible.

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