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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 >>

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 >>

Families have unique transportation needs, and we don’t just mean bigger cars. Getting your family around requires a considerable degree of planning. Not to mention, transporting your brood demands a heightened awareness of safety. Child safety in vehicles requires absolute devotion from those charged with transporting them. READ MORE >>

In most Georgia and most other states, it is the law for drivers to carry auto insurance. Car insurance serves as a valuable form of protection for both drivers and others on the road. For example, it might help the driver repair their car in case it sustains damage in an accident. READ MORE >>

Riding a motorcycle is a lot different from driving a car. Given the risks, riders often face significant penalties if they break the law. This could tarnish the biker’s driving record. It might even lead to increased insurance prices. If you accumulate a lot of driving charges, you need to take a step back and look at your driving practices. READ MORE >>

Drivers are, in effect, the captains of their ships. They are ultimately responsible for the safety of everyone in their car. When you drive, you have to look out for your passengers. If you’re a parent with small kids, this means protecting your most precious assets. Children are not the same as adults. READ MORE >>

If you’re just starting out, it’s likely time for you to get your own place. Moving out of your parents' house and into a space of your own is a big step, and one that’s both exciting and challenging. You might think that getting an apartment or home might be as simple as signing a lease, but in reality it’s not. READ MORE >>

You need motorcycle insurance when you hit the road on your bike. The right coverage can protect you and your wallet if a damaging incident occurs. Your financial reputation plays a big role in how your insurer charges you for coverage. If you don’t have good credit, it may negatively impact your ability to maintain your coverage. READ MORE >>

Driving means money. You have an obligation to pay for regular maintenance, repay your loan and even pay for gas. You also have a responsibility to carry auto insurance. Your financial solvency will play a role in how you pay for your car and your insurance. READ MORE >>

Renting a home means that you occupy property owned by another person. Your occupancy poses liability risks to both you and the homeowner. As your family grows, so does the liability risk you experience in the rental. Each new person in the home has a specific cost liability risk associated directly with them. READ MORE >>

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