Congratulations! You’ve worked with your local independent insurance agent and now have your insurance policy. Or maybe you’ve had your policy for a while but haven’t taken the time to become familiar with it. We get it — reading your insurance policy is probably not high on your to-do list… or your want-to-do list. However, getting a basic understanding can help you make sense of your coverage, what’s included and how your insurance works – which is especially important to k
Disaster can strike at any time. And since we can’t always determine when or where an emergency will happen, you and your family must be prepared. Unfortunately, according to FEMA, nearly 60% of American adults have not practiced what to do in a disaster and only 39% have developed an emergency plan. It’s vital for your family to know how to respond to any situation, and a great tool is a home emergency plan. A home emergency plan can keep your family members on the same page
It’s true. Auto insurance rates tend to go up when you add a teen driver onto your policy or purchase a separate policy for a teenage driver. This is because teens are among the most high-risk drivers on the road today, racking up more traffic citations, having more driving accidents and filing more insurance claims than other drivers. If you’re like most parents, you may be asking yourself these important questions right now: How am I going to keep my teen safe on the road?
A roadside emergency can happen at any moment, but knowing how to safely respond can help you feel more prepared. Whether your tire goes flat, car battery dies or you forget to check your gas light before it hits “E”, here are five tips to help you prepare and stay safe when a roadside emergency happens to you. 1. Have the proper tools on hand.
One of the easiest ways to prepare ahead of time for a roadside emergency is having an emergency kit in your vehicle. Pre-made kits