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Bad credit for bikers is generally treated the same as bad credit for other vehicle drivers. While some insurance companies raise rates due to bad credit, this isn’t always the case. Some insurance companies have more leeway while others don’t consider credit as a factor at all. READ MORE >>

Unless you get involved with the legal system, you may never hear about the term SR-22. As a result, there is a significant amount of misinformation and confusion surrounding SR-22 requirements and insurance options. Yet, drivers who want to get back on the road after a serious infraction need to learn more about what an SR-22 certificate is and how it impacts their choices. READ MORE >>

Being in a car accident can take a toll on you, both financially and emotionally—not to mention physically if you’re seriously injured. However, following these steps can help smooth the process and get you back on the road sooner. Exchange Information READ MORE >>

When you start looking for a rental home, and find the one you want, agree to sign a lease. This lease, for all intents and purposes, is a legal document obligating both you and your landlord to certain agreements. By allowing you to become a tenant, the landlord is making an investment in you. READ MORE >>

When you live in an apartment, you might experience possessions damage at any time. When this occurs, your renters insurance might be able to help you out. However, if two un-related roommates share the apartment, then filing for coverage might seem a bit complicated. READ MORE >>

Families usually have more than one car. All those vehicles need insurance coverage. Getting covered is not negotiable, and it will cost money. How can you make the process easier by simplifying your coverage? Let’s take a look at how a multi-car policy can benefit you and your family. READ MORE >>

If you ride a motorcycle, you operate a motor vehicle. The law holds you to the same standards as any other driver. Indeed, because you have a motorcycle, you might even find those laws more stringent in places. Those who make driving mistakes will have to pay for them, and the penalties might prove steep. READ MORE >>

Owning and riding a motorcycle is quite a financial investment. It’s also a risk. Bikes cost money to maintain. If an accident happens, it will cost money to repair. It’s also going to cost money to insure. Everyone wants to pay affordable rates for their motorcycle insurance. READ MORE >>

Having a family means you have a lot to keep up with. Homework, bath time, bedtime and screen monitoring to name a few. Sometimes, your focus on your kids means you can’t devote as much time as you want to home improvement. Still, what’s likely one of your closest-held values is to create a safe, secure living environment. READ MORE >>

The law expects you to be a safe driver. By doing so, you’re not just keeping yourself safe, you’re doing a public service. Driving means you interact with others and their cars. If you don’t drive safely, you put many people—other drivers, pedestrians and passengers—in danger. READ MORE >>

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