Maybe your business is growing, and you’re ready to buy a company car. Or, perhaps, your business’ old vehicles no longer suit your needs. Either way, 2018 might be the year that your company buys a new vehicle.
Sometimes, minor traffic violations are more inconvenient than anything else. However, severe violations might show that you are a danger to yourself and others on the road. Each state has different ways of penalizing those who commit serious driving infractions. Penalties might include a requirement to get an SR-22 certificate.
Many Americans assume that driving in Mexico is dangerous. Usually, this is not the case. Yes, America’s neighbor to the south has unique driving risks, some of which can be quite dangerous. However, Mexican driving in itself is often a perfectly safe, enjoyable experience.
Eventually, we’re all going to have to take the plunge and buy a new car. But, making this investment requires care and consideration on your part.
We are quickly moving towards the close of the year, and towards the official start of winter. Even so, winter raises new safety risks that may impact your ability to drive safely.
When a car accident occurs, does it matter who is at-fault? In no-fault states, who is responsible is less of a factor than you may think.
How do small companies buy insurance? Many businesses buy a business owner’s policy. This kind of protection is often called a BOP.
Driving safely is about more than being careful behind the wheel. It also means that you have to have the proper qualifications to operate a vehicle.
Driving in Mexico means that Americans have a responsibility to follow Mexican law. If they don’t, they could experience an accident. This could cause problems between drivers and Mexican authorities.
You need to file a home insurance claim. A part of the process in doing so is often to complete a proof of loss statement. What’s that? And, how do you know how to complete it?