More States Stand Up Against Handheld Calling

Posted Jun 18, 2015 by Ashley Kane

Texting and driving is dangerous but so is calling and driving. More states are passing hands free laws that prevent drivers from talking on the phone while operating a vehicle. 

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Collision Avoidance Systems—NTSB Demands Safety

Posted Jun 12, 2015 by Ashley Kane

If forward collision avoidance technology is out there and can help reduce fatalities and injuries on the roads, shouldn’t it be standard in all vehicles? That’s the NTSB's (National Transport Safety Board) argument as they push for the use of such CAS technologies in all new cars. This is how CAS works.

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End Drunk Driving with Technology

Posted Jun 10, 2015 by Ashley Kane

New innovative anti-drunk driving technology is on its way and it can help reduce and eliminate drunk driving altogether. There are also many mobile apps that can be used today.

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Driverless Cars—Google Jumps Ahead

Posted Jun 05, 2015 by Ashley Kane

Self-driving cars have reached a breakthrough point in development and now even auto insurance companies are recognizing their advancement and potentiality in changing the way they conduct business.

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Blocking Cell Phone Usage While Driving

Posted Jun 04, 2015 by Ashley Kane

No one wants accidents, especially easily avoidable ones, and when the temptation to reach for your phone becomes too much, there’s new technology to turn to.

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Green Vehicle Discount

Posted May 18, 2015 by Matt Cullen

Today, people are greatly concerned about the environment and clean technology. Because of this, there are many auto owners who are attempting to do their part in keeping the atmosphere and the earth as clean and safe as possible. 

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Implementing Technology at Your Insurance Agency

Posted May 15, 2015 by Stuart Ganis

As we zigzag across the country and work with numerous insurance professionals, we often hear excuses for the lack of agency production. The most common reasons being: time, price, and the need for up-to-date tools. 

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Are Electric Cars Cheaper to Insure?

Posted Feb 27, 2015 by Matt Cullen

Both gas and electric vehicles tend to drive on the very same roads - so they essentially face the same potential dangers and risks in terms of accidents and moving violations. So why, then, is auto insurance cheaper for electric vehicles than those that are powered by gas?

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Self-Driving Cars: Could They Become the Norm?

Posted Sep 18, 2014 by Alexis O'Connell

Even with a supportive following, self-driving vehicles have a host of roadblocks to overcome before they take to the highways. It’s not only the technology that must advance: lawmakers and insurers also need to be on board.

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