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Check out our latest blog posts for everything you need to know to protect your home, autos, and more.

5 Tips to Switching Auto Insurance

Auto insurance is designed to be flexible. You’re generally allowed to cancel or switch your policy at any time, although a cancellation fee might apply. Here are five tips to switching auto insurance plans the smart way:

The Many Costs of Drunk Driving

Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense punishable by law that affects more than your driving record.

How to Create a Homeowners Insurance Inventory

A home inventory is a helpful way to stay on top of everything you own and is beneficial in multiple ways, which includes confirming losses on your tax returns and expediting the insurance claims process.

Tips for Safe Driving in Winter

As we head into deep winter, we should all be prepared for severe and scary driving conditions. In this article, you’ll find all the tips you need to become the safest driver on the road this winter.

What to Know When Buying Car Insurance for the First Time

Buying car insurance is something every person has to do at some point, but that doesn’t make it a simple or intuitive process. When it comes to getting the right insurance for the right price, a little research can go a long way. Here’s how to make sure your insurance search goes smoothly.

The One Thing You Absolutely Need Before Driving To Mexico

With so many interesting and enjoyable sights and histories, the vast country of Mexico is an easy choice for road tripping. Yet, there’s one important difference you need to know before driving to Mexico.

Personal vs. Commercial Auto Insurance

Most owners and employees have personal coverage for their cars, however, when is it appropriate for them to have commercial auto insurance coverage? In this piece, we will focus on the needs or situations that will make you opt for either personal or commercial auto insurance.

Prep for National Preparedness Month with These Home & Property Tips

Although nobody wants to think of the “worst case scenario,” it is often better to prepare for it. National Preparedness Month was developed in 2004 as a way to encourage Americans to take precautions in preparation for an emergency or disaster.

DIY Car Care to Save on Costs

Have you tried DIY car care? The cost of maintaining your car can really eat a hole in your budget. Big repairs, and even small ones, can quickly break your bank if you aren’t expecting them. DIY car care is a great way to save on these costs so that you can put your money where it’s really needed.

Home Renovations on a Tight Budget

With so many people at home these days due to the coronavirus pandemic, everyone’s attention has turned to home projects. But if you’re working with limited funds, can you join the home reno club without breaking the bank? We’re going to show you how you can with some home renovations on a tight budget.

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