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Is Your Teenager About to Be a Licensed Driver? How to Keep Your Auto Insurance Under Control

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If you’re concerned that your auto insurance is going to go through the roof once you add your teenager to the policy, you have good reason to be. Studies show that insurance premiums can go up by about 80%, depending on which state you live in. That’s an increase that can take a bite out of just about any monthly budget. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to reduce the cost to insure your teenage driver. Read More»

Answers to a Few Questions About Home-Insurance Policies

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Insuring your home to prevent financial losses is one of the most important aspects of being a homeowner. However, it is a reality that many individuals lack the experience necessary to make sound decisions when it comes to getting the most from an insurance policy. To help you with this part of being a homeowner, you might benefit from having the following routinely asked home-insurance policy questions answered. Why Should You Have Your Property Appraised Every Few Years? Read More»

5 Questions To Ask Before Buying Classic Car Insurance

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If you own a classic car, it qualifies for a special type of insurance that differs from the one on your everyday automobile. But before you buy a policy, you need to know a few key things that can affect your premium, how you protect your car, or if you can get coverage at all. Here are five questions to ask before making a final decision with your agent. Is Your Car A True Classic? Read More»

3 Tips For Saving Money On Your Auto Insurance When You Add A Teen Driver To Your Policy

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Getting a driver’s license is a milestone in the life of most teens, but as a parent you may cringe when thinking about adding your teenage to your insurance policy. Teens are typically considered a high risk to insure, so whether you’re allowing your teenager to drive one of the family cars or he or she will have his or her own car on your policy, you can expect rates to go up. Read More»