27 January 2016
The mayor of Detroit is working diligently to pass an auto insurance reform plan, known as Plan D. If put into effect, Plan D could have a big impact on how much Detroit drivers pay for their auto insurance and how much compensation they're entitled to in the event of a vehicular accident. If you're a Detroit driver, here's what you need to know about Plan D. You'll Be Given A Choice.
21 July 2015
Purchasing insurance in a necessity in the modern world in order to protect yourself from financial hardship in the event of an accident or disaster. One such type of insurance is called homeowner's insurance, or sometimes, hazard insurance. If you want to save money on your homeowner's insurance, all you have to do is follow these five simple steps to do it. Price Check The first step in saving money on your homeowner's insurance is to price check with several different companies.
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.