Just because Distracted Driving Awareness Month is over, don’t stop practicing safe habits behind the wheel.
What you pay for auto insurance can vary depending on a variety of factors. The car or truck you drive, who in your household is insured to drive it, where you live, the number of miles you drive and your driving record are some of the factors that may determine what you pay.
With the threat of winter weather in the forecast, taking added precautions when driving is important.
If you’re hitting the highway for holiday travel, roaming wildlife can make navigating roads, highways and interstates dangerous.
Ever wonder what determines the cost of your auto insurance? Is it your years of experience as a driver or how much your car cost? Maybe it involves recent traffic violations? Or is it a combination of all of these factors.
Not sure if you should consider a personal umbrella insurance policy? It’s true, homeowners and auto insurance policies do offer liability protection, but if someone pursues a lawsuit against you, you may find that you need a lot more coverage.
The summer travel season is a great time to explore the our national parks – especially during this year’s celebration of the parks’ 100th anniversary.