Car Insurance Too Expensive? What You Can Do To Drive Down Your Premium

Posted on: 20 February 2019

Driving a car without insurance is a risky affair. One wrong move and you could find yourself involved in a serious accident that is both painful and costly. Because so many things can happen when you're behind the wheel it is vital for you to always carry car insurance. The problem is that sometimes your insurance premium is just too expensive for you to maintain. If you're searching for ways to keep your automobile coverage without going broke in the process the information below should help you do just that.
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Talk With An Auto Insurance Agent Before You Try To Make Money With Your Car

Posted on: 7 August 2018

Scores of apps promise to help you "Make money with your car!" Cursory research into several top ridesharing and food delivery apps reveals the promises are legitimate. People do make full-time, even lucrative incomes if they do their jobs right and put in the necessary areas. Anyone contemplating monetizing their driving should speak with a car insurance agent though.  No margin for error exists when using a vehicle for commercial purposes.
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Common Boat Insurance Questions From New Boat Owners

Posted on: 18 May 2018

Buying your first boat is a really exciting adventure. You can't wait to get out on the water and sail the days away. But before you head out on your first expedition, there is something you need to take care of: buying boat insurance. To learn a bit more, read on see some of the common questions new boat owners have about boat insurance. Is boat insurance required? The short answer is "
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Most Common Reasons Why You Need SR22

Posted on: 27 August 2017

Your state may require that you maintain SR22 insurance for about three years. This is not technically insurance, but it is a way to prove that you have insurance. If you already have insurance, you will need to add it to your policy. Otherwise, additional legal action could be taken against you. It usually takes about three years to clear your driving record. There are several situations under which you may need an SR22.
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