Your Options After a Total Loss

If you get into a car accident and the insurance company declares your vehicle a “total loss,” that means that your vehicle costs more to fix than to replace. Keep in mind that insurance companies not only consider the cost to repair the vehicle, they often: include...

5 Things To Do Before Buying a Used Car

 1. Use VINCheck. The National Crime Insurance Bureau (NICB) offers VINCheck, a “free lookup service to the public to assist in determining if a car has been reported as stolen, but not recovered, or has been reported as a salvage vehicle by participating NICB member...

Know Your Coverage: Usage-Based Insurance (UBI)

Are you driving less? Retirement or other lifestyle and career changes can lead to less driving. Additionally, more employees are working from home due to COVID-19, which reduces commuting. For some, working from home may continue even as we get through the pandemic....

Don’t Borrow Trouble: Know What’s Covered

Did you know that even if you have permission to drive a borrowed car or give permission to someone to drive your car, your auto policy may not provide coverage? Consider this before you borrow trouble. Here are some common situations that may not be covered:  You...