1 June 2015
It's a well-known fact that adding a teen driver to your auto insurance policy can increase your monthly premiums. In fact, putting your teen on your policy could result in up to a 79 percent increase in what you're paying now, depending on where you live and who you're currently insured with. However, insuring your teen doesn't have to break the bank. Here are a few ways you can save money on your insurance premiums when you put your teenager on your policy.
8 April 2015
The most common reasons for being required by the court to provide an SR-22 are being convicted of driving while intoxicated (DUI), being found guilty of multiple traffic violations, or being involved in an accident where you are at fault while you are driving without insurance. Following are four things you should know about SR-22s if you have been ordered by the court to provide one: The SR-22 is Not Actual Insurance
13 February 2015
Even if you are a faithful customer and a good driver, you will experience times when your insurance rates increase. Even though you have to drive with insurance, you will probably wonder why on Earth you've been "penalized". In reality, rising rates are not a punishment. Rates always go up for a reason, including the following: 1. You've gotten a new car. If you've traded you old car for a worthier set of wheels, you insurance will also reflect the new value of your ride.
11 December 2014
Most boat owners dread the day they have to place their boat in storage for the season. This means the long days of summer have fallen by the wayside, and long days at the lake or the beach are gone. If you are a new boat owner, you may still be trying to figure out where to store your boat, but unfortunately storage is just the first step. Taking these basic steps will ensure you have many more successful boating seasons to come.
1 December 2014
Pet owners are often very attached to their pets, and many people even bring their dogs along with them for car rides on a regular basis. If you do this regularly, you may want to look into your auto insurance policy to determine if it covers injuries to your pet while it is with you in the car. There are many auto insurance plans that do cover pet injuries, and here are four things you should know about this.