Category: Auto Insurance

How To Keep Your New Car's Value As Long As Possible

Buying a new car requires a substantial investment today—one you will want to protect. According to the Kelly Blue Book, new car prices are currently averaging: $20,000 for a small car $25,000 for a midsize car $26,000 for a small SUV $32,000 for a minivan $33,000 for a midsize SUV $39,000 for a small luxury car If you have recently purchased a new vehicle or...

What is an Insurance "Floater"?

Do You Need a Policy to Insure Your Special 'Floater'? Are you a musician? Do you collect art? Is your jewelry of the diamond and pearl variety? If so, you might consider a floater policy to protect your prized electric guitar or great-grandmother's earrings. Often there are limits to your homeowners insurance policy that will make the coverage insufficient for these types of items. They...

Want Lower Premiums? Look to Your Own Insurance Agent

  Want Lower Premiums? Look to Your Own Agent When searching for ways to lower insurance premiums, you don't have to look very far. By going over your policy and goals with your agent, you can find ways to save on your current policy. Here are three ways to get lower rates on your current policy. Cut extra fees Ask if you're paying extra for...

Warning! Letting Your Insurance Policy Lapse Could Cost You

Three Auto Insurance Facts That Might Surprise You Even savvy car insurance customers might not be aware of all the little-known facts about car insurance claims and coverage. Your insurance policy will probably cover you while you are in Canada. Driving in Canada is rarely discussed when purchasing auto insurance. Thankfully though, most insurance companies extend your same policy's coverage while north of the border....

Your Dog May be Smarter Than You Are, and Insuring Cars at Replacement Cost Value

Keep Your New Teen Driver Safe With These Apps While your teenager is dreaming of the open road; you're just plain scared. But when D(rive) day arrives, nothing is more important than keeping your teen safe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that the top cause of all teen deaths is vehicle crashes: Teens 16 to 19 years old are three times more...