Category: Personal Insurance

Tips For Maintaining An Older Car

More people are keeping their cars longer. The older a vehicle, the more likely it is to be paid off, plus you may get lower auto insurance premiums on higher mileage vehicles. Treating an older car right with proper maintenance can help extend its useful life. The following are some tips for maintaining an older vehicle. Follow The Manufacturer’s Recommended Maintenance Schedule Your user’s manual...

Understanding Your Personal Umbrella Policy

A personal umbrella insurance policy will provide extra coverage for you and your assets. It can kick in when other insurance coverage is not enough, but it is not a catch-all policy designed to cover everything. Personal umbrella insurance provides two basic types of coverage – liability and defense costs. What Is Personal Umbrella Coverage? An umbrella policy can cover what primary insurance excludes or...

Homeowners Insurance For Tiny Homes

The trend toward tiny homes has become a social movement in recent years. Many people are choosing to live with less, simplify the way they live, and downsize the space they live in. Individuals, couples, and families all over America are embracing the philosophy that goes along with the tiny home lifestyle. But even a tiny home is an investment that needs to be protected...

How To Support Your Local Businesses During This Trying Time

With the restrictions imposed on the community to halt the spread of COVID-19, it can be challenging to come up with ways to support your local businesses. Many of the small businesses we count on for services are shuttered, with only essential services available—and even they are having a hard time! We want our local business owners to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and have a...

How To Avoid Accidents While Driving At Night

Driving on today’s congested roadways can be risky at any time of the day or night. But several factors make nighttime the most dangerous driving time of all. Factors That Contribute to the Dangers of Night Driving Driver fatigue: According to the National Safety Council (NSC), driving after 20 hours without sleep is equivalent to driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at the U.S....