I have always loved cars, but a few months ago I realized that there were a few things that I needed to do. I started evaluating my auto insurance plan, and I realized that it wasn't adequate for what I needed. I began focusing more seriously on choosing better auto insurance, and I spent weeks evaluating different policies. It was pretty time intensive, but I was able to find a great policy that really worked well for what I needed. This blog is here to help you to know how to choose auto insurance so that you can protect your finances.
22 March 2017
Sticking with the same auto insurance provider year after year may benefit some people, but others may actually benefit from switching to a provider that offers lower rates or better coverage options. Switching from one provider to another can be fraught with a surprising variety of pitfalls. To avoid potentially expensive mistakes, it's a good idea to know what you shouldn't do when you're switching auto insurance providers. Mistake #1: Leaving a Gap Between Your Current and New Coverage
28 February 2017
Most advice regarding the deterrent of car thieves involves the installation of security systems or gadgets. Sure, these gadgets will go a long way in scaring away thieves, but keeping your car safe requires many approaches. For example, these three measures can help even though they don't require you to install anything: Lock All the Doors and Windows This tip is so simple its effect is easily underestimated, but it works.
17 August 2016
Full-coverage auto insurance is important. You're required to have full coverage when you're financing a vehicle. Even if it's not required, it's important to have full coverage if you can afford it because with it you'll be covered if you wind up in an accident. The problem is, people think full coverage means that you have every type of auto-insurance benefit possible. Is full coverage really full coverage? Here are three things that full coverage doesn't cover.