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Thursday, October 15, 2015Across the country, drivers and front seat passengers must buckle up for safety, or risk being ticketed. You've probably heard of the "Click It Or Ticket" initiative, but how does it affect you specifically? Some people worry that one seatbelt ticket may result in higher auto insurance premiums, which is an unsavory effect. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 2, 2015With summer's arrival, many people are preparing to fire up the barbecue, inflate the pool floaties and launch the family boat for months of fun and recreation. According to the National Marine Manufacturers Association, approximately 88 million people in the United States participate in recreational boating. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, May 5, 2015Though certain areas are more prone to flooding, floods can happen anywhere and at any time. In fact, floods are the most common natural disaster in the country—and the most expensive disaster to recover from. But many people think that flood insurance is unnecessary because of various things they hear, whether true or not. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 3, 2015An accident is a stressful ordeal — and after the initial shock, you have to get down to dealing with the aftermath. That means finding a body shop to fix the damage to your vehicle. There are many choices, so how do you make sure you find the right business for the job? READ MORE >>
Tuesday, March 3, 2015The most common claim on an RV insurance policy is body damage of varying types. These are almost always preventable, yet they can increase your premiums. Especially if you only take your RV out a few times a year, it's hard to get used to driving something that large. One of the first considerations is the height of your RV. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, January 6, 2015Has anyone ever talked with you about the water lines going to the toilets in your house? If not, you might want to pay close attention to this information! Those little lines in the back of the toilet connect the water line to the rest of your toilet. Each has a shut off valve. READ MORE >>