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Tuesday, September 18, 2018You know how important it is to protect your credit information. You may work hard to keep your score as high as possible. Why do auto insurance companies need this information?
Many people do not know their insurer is using this information. Most often, insurers use this information to make key decisions about the type of coverage they will provide to you. READ MORE >>
Thursday, September 13, 2018As you choose your options for insuring valuables, consider both replacement cost and actual cash value coverage. Both options can offer some coverage to your belongings. However, the type of coverage matters significantly. When selecting home insurance to cover these items, you need to consider these details very carefully. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 12, 2018You love your pet. You do all you can to keep your pet safe. But, dogs are animals. You cannot predict all instances of their behavior. When a dog bites a person, your home insurance may cover your losses. However, the insurer may also require the removal of the dog from the home or cancel the policy. READ MORE >>
Saturday, April 1, 2017 Windshield cracks and chips may be caused by a multitude of things from loose gravel or debris flying up, to a bird colliding with the glass. While a minuscule chip or crack may seem insignificant at first, it can be dangerous if left neglected. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Potholes can be a costly problem to everyone involved. Nearly 500,000 insurance claims are made every year involving them. In the city of San Diego 30,000 potholes are repaired every year. Most of the time these potholes are created after rain when water seeps through small cracks in the asphalt. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Getting in an accident is something that nobody wants to go through but sometimes it does happen and knowing exactly what to do and not to do in that situation will put you ahead. First thing is to insure that you (and your passengers, if you have any) are safe and don’t require emergency medical attention. READ MORE >>
Thursday, February 16, 2017 Checking your tire tread is a very important part of car maintenance that many people forget until it’s too late. Don’t get caught up in rain with tires that are unsafe. There are two simple ways that you can check the tread depth on your car. Purchase a tire tread gauge at a local auto parts store or simply pull out some change. READ MORE >>