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  • Travelling To Mexico: Do You Need Additional Auto Insurance?

    1 July 2015

    If you travel up the border and into Canada, you don't need to purchase additional auto insurance coverage, but is it the same if you travel south to Mexico? The answer is not as straightforward as you might think for the 150,000 Americans who cross the border each and every day. Not only do you need to speak with your auto insurance agent regarding the details of your policy, but you also need to understand the laws in Mexico.

  • How Can You Prevent Auto Insurance Premium Increases When Adding A Young Driver?

    15 June 2015

    Nearly every parent experiences a varied and powerful mix of emotions as their child begins one of the most important teenage rites of passage: the test to receive a driver's license. You may feel proud, worried, concerned, and nostalgic all at once. Once your child is a legally licensed driver, it's time for you to add him or her to your auto insurance policy-- and at this point, you can add financial stress to the list of emotions you're experiencing.

  • What To Consider And How To Save When Shopping For Auto Insurance

    18 May 2014

    Are you buying a new auto insurance policy? Well, be sure that you are fully aware of what your new insurance policy will entail, so you can be confident that your vehicle is protected: What To Look For When Selecting Your Provider: Making sure you are getting the best auto insurance for your money is critical, which is why it is best to look into a few different insurance providers to see who offers:

  • The Truth About Dog Bite Claims

    1 May 2014

    According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 4.5 million Americans are bitten by a dog each year. This data is actually somewhat tricky to interpret, because most bites go unreported. Of those 4.5 million victims, about 20%, or 885,000 (of whom half are children), will seek medical attention for their wound. Many Dogs are First-Time Biters Many dog owners themselves believe that most dog bites are the result of an aggressive or "