What’s behind your desire for a motorcycle? Is it gas mileage? Is it an interest in starting a new hobby? Or are you a lifelong rider simply looking for a new opportunity? Whatever your motivation, you’re in the market for a new bike. While this is an exciting time, there are plenty of things to… Continue reading What to Consider When Buying a Motorcycle
So, you’re getting married soon. Starting a new life with someone means a lot of changes, and one the important changes you shouldn’t forget is making sure your insurance is updated once you tie the knot. In many cases, you may be able to combine you and your spouse’s policies and save yourself some money… Continue reading Marriage and Insurance
Driving in conditions that involve strong or heavy wind and rain may not seem like the most pressing safety concern for many drivers, but our safety professionals know that driving in any type of severe weather can significantly increase your risk and potential for a dangerous situation for you, your family and other drivers. Remember… Continue reading Driving Safely in Strong Wind and Rain
During the rainy spring season, many people realize just how important windshield wipers are. Yet like anything in your car, they don’t last forever. Constant exposure to the elements makes them one of the fastest wearing parts of your car. When to replace windshield wipers Windshield wipers typically only last about six months to a… Continue reading When and How to Replace Windshield Wipers
Your car takes you places near and far, often for many years on end. There’s no doubt it does a lot for you. But what do you do for your car? April is National Car Care Month. If you haven’t done anything for your car in a while, check out the tips below. They’ll help… Continue reading Caring for Your Car
Approximately 5.4 million car accidents happen in the United States each year. You may know what to do if you’re involved in a car accident. But do you know what to do if you witness a car accident? Witnesses to car accidents can play a critical role in ensuring victims’ safety. They can also play… Continue reading What to do if You Witness a Car Accident
Potholes are a fact of life on the road, especially during the winter and early spring months. Harsh weather conditions (particularly, freeze and thaw cycles) contribute to increase the likelihood of potholes and severity of the related damage, according to AccuWeather.com. What type of damage can potholes cause? Drivers should consider taking steps to prevent… Continue reading Does Insurance Cover Pothole Damage?
A learner’s permit gives a person permission to drive under certain restrictions. And, every state now has graduated drivers license (GDL) programs, according the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). So, you won’t be handing over the keys completely until your learner driver has logged supervised practice behind the wheel. If your teen is getting… Continue reading Your Teen Gets Their Learners Permit: Do They Need Insurance?
Many people believe that insuring old cars costs less than insuring new cars. However, that’s not always the case. Newer vehicles with safety features like back-up cameras and automatic braking do a better job of preventing accidents. However, it typically costs more to repair and replace a car with the latest safety features. Does insuring… Continue reading What’s Cheaper: Insuring Old or New Cars?
It’s a beautiful day outside. The sun is shining and the weather is perfect. You slide into your car, ready to start your busy day, when—uh oh!— your car won’t start. There are many reasons why your car won’t start. Before calling for help, there are things you can check yourself. For starters, make sure… Continue reading 9 Reasons Your Car Won’t Start