Car Insurance

How Mileage Can Affect Your Car Insurance Quote

Posted June 30, 2017 by Jason Metz

How mileage affects your car insurance quote will vary by state and by provider, with discounts ranging between 2%-20%, so you’ll want to take this into consideration when you’re comparing quotes.

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Should I Take My College Student Off My Auto Insurance Policy?

Posted June 29, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

So, your child is heading to college in the fall? You’re probably scrambling to purchase dorm room supplies and getting any loans or scholarships in order; the last thing you want to stress about is your child’s car insurance policy. We’re here to help make your decision as seamless as possible, so you can focus your attention on helping your child shop for comforters and textbooks.

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How to Bundle Your Car and Renters Insurance

Posted June 28, 2017 by Jason Metz

Bundling your renters insurance with your car insurance could result in discounts, convenience, and customer loyalty. You’ll want to compare quotes with multiple carriers to determine if bundling is right for you.

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How Modifying Your Car Affects Your Auto Insurance

Posted June 27, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

Auto insurance providers raise insurance rates following vehicle modifications for several reasons. Likelihood to speed, get into accidents, or experience theft can increase following certain car modifications; as a result, your insurer might want to hike up the price you’re paying. On the other hand, drivers might see their insurance rates lower if they add other customizations to their vehicles, particularly modifications that encourage safety and accident prevention.

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Should You Get An Umbrella Policy If You Already Have Car Insurance?

Posted June 26, 2017 by Jason Metz

Umbrella Insurance is a supplement to basic liability policies and designed to protect you from major claims and lawsuits.

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When to File a Car Insurance Claim – and When Not to

Posted June 26, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

A lot of drivers choose not to file an insurance claim after colliding with another vehicle, as they think they’re saving money paying out of pocket rather than watching their premiums increase. In some cases, not telling your insurance company about an accident is the smartest way to save money. Other times, making a claim can save you a great deal of money and stress.

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Why Your Auto Insurance Claim Can Be Denied

Posted June 23, 2017 by Jason Metz

There are many reasons your auto insurance claim can be denied. Consider your current coverages in relation to how you use your auto, and if it makes sense, adjust your policy accordingly to ensure you’re properly covered.

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How to Switch Auto Insurance Companies

Posted June 22, 2017 by Jason Metz

Whether your current policy is expiring or you’re making a change to your lifestyle, such as moving or getting a new car, if you’re switching auto insurance companies, here’s a few things to keep in mind.

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Uber and Lyft: Car Insurance for Ridesharing

Posted June 21, 2017 by Alexa Goyette

Before you sign up to drive for Uber, Lyft or a similar ridesharing company, make sure you look into the technicalities regarding insurance policies. If you have to pay a little out of pocket, is that something you feel comfortable with? Read on to find answers to some of the questions you might have about how working with Uber or Lyft will affect your insurance policy.

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How Car Sharing Affects Your Car Insurance

Posted June 19, 2017 by Jason Metz

In recent years, people began considering how to keep their vehicle in use as a way to offset costs and earn extra money. P2P car sharing allows a vehicle owner to rent their vehicle to other drivers.

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