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15 Common Questions About Life Insurance

Life isn’t one-size-fits-all – and neither is life insurance. Planning for the future can feel exciting and scary at the same time. Whether you’re buying your very first policy or planning for the next chapter of your legacy, it’s common to have questions. Here are some common questions you might be wondering. (Want a more personalized answer – or a quote? Talk to your local...

How To Get Better Gas Mileage (And Other Questions About Fuel Economy)

If you’re looking for ways to tighten your monthly budget, there’s an unexpected place you can look: Your garage. No, we’re not telling you to sell your car (although that’s certainly an option). Rather, it’s time to take a closer look at the way you drive and take care of your vehicle. Both of these habits can make a big impact on your wallet ‒...

How To Avoid Hitting A Deer

Autumn is beautiful, but it also introduces some fall driving hazards… deer collisions being one of them. From October to December, mating and hunting season make deer go on the move. For drivers, that means you’re more likely to hit one. But have you ever wondered how your auto insurance can cover hitting a deer? Are deer collisions are covered by comprehensive or collision coverage? According to the...

Buying A Car? Talk To A Local Insurance Agent First

When purchasing a new vehicle, many drivers are tempted to keep the same old auto insurance coverage limits or do whatever they can to lower their rate. But finding the best auto insurance, like shopping for a new car, is about much more than the sticker price. So let’s uncover why shopping for insurance and a new ride often go hand in hand – and...

Hurricane Prep Checklist: 28 Things To Do Before a Hurricane

When it comes to natural disasters, nothing causes damage and destruction like a hurricane. Tropical storms and hurricanes generate an estimated $54 billion worth of economic losses each year in the United States, reports the Congressional Budget Office. And more than half of that damage is related to repairing homes. If you live in the path of a hurricane, it’s nearly inevitable that you’ll experience...