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There are more options for renting a car than ever before—bricks-and-mortar, peer-to-peer and membership-based car sharing services. While this means more choice for renters, it also creates more questions about insurance coverage. Use these tips to properly insure yourself when renting a car, and avoid wasting money on duplicative coverage. READ MORE >>

It used to be that young ladies beginning to drive were different from their male counterparts…they tended to drive more safely. However, current driving and accident statistics show that girls are gaining equality with boys on the roadways. This is a case where increasing equality is not good news. READ MORE >>

Renter’s insurance is something every renter should have. It is inexpensive, depending on the amount you take out and your area you will likely pay between ten to twenty dollars a month for the coverage. It will protect you from theft and loss from fire. Most people have been robbed or know someone who has been robbed. READ MORE >>

It can be a difficult and confusing time: objects flash by, car horns blast, car brakes screech, and the violent crunching metal and breaking glass as vehicles collide. Then, dealing with the sometimes angry and frequently awkward aftermath. READ MORE >>

Defining “classic car” Different companies have different vehicle and age requirements, but vehicles are generally considered classics if they maintain or appreciate in value and are of limited production or special interest. Qualifications for classic car insurance READ MORE >>

7 Tips to Help You Handle Rainy Days Behind the Wheel At some point, every driver has to deal with rainy weather. But, many don’t know what to do, so they just drive as they normally would. However, with slick roads, flooded streets and reduced visibility, that can be a recipe for disaster. READ MORE >>

Adding a teen driver to an auto policy can be a challenging time for you. Not only are parents anxious about their teen’s driving safety – they frequently suffer from “sticker shock” when faced with the associated premium increase.  Below is a look at how teens drive these days. READ MORE >>

Most state financial responsibility laws require proof that you are able to pay for any damage or injury you may cause while driving. Auto insurance is the way that most people comply with these laws. Typically compliance only takes liability insurance at some minimal limit that varies by state. READ MORE >>

Also known as Guaranteed Auto Protection. It is insurance covering the difference between the actual cash value (ACV) of a damaged or stolen vehicle and the amount owed on the car under a loan or lease. This difference arises due to the rapid depreciation of most automobiles in their early year... READ MORE >>

MOTORCYCLE SAFETY "Accident" implies an unforeseen event that occurs without anyone's fault or negligence.  Most often in traffic, that is not the case.  In fact, most people involved in a crash can usually claim some responsibility for what takes place. READ MORE >>

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