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You’re moving into a rental home. As you bring along your personal effects, you want to know you are living in a protected space. Besides taking proper security steps, you also want to invest in renters insurance. Renters insurance often is best considered as an integral part of your home security. READ MORE >>

Take a close look at the terminology of your home insurance policy. In nearly all situations, homeowners will have a stated limit on the amount a claim can be. This limit, for example, on the structure, is pre-determined at the time of the purchase of the home.  READ MORE >>

Driving safely each day is essential. It reduces your chances of having an accident, helping you avoid injuries. Additionally, it helps you avoid a rate increase when it comes to your car insurance policy. Rainy weather is a hazard to all drivers. It causes low visibility and reduces the traction between your tires and the road. READ MORE >>

Many people make a mistake when they have to carry an SR-22 certificate. They file the SR-22 and do nothing else. They simply wait until the SR-22 certification expires. States require SR-22 certificates for a variety of reasons. Carriers might have had multiple reckless driving charges or DUI arrests. READ MORE >>

Many people are comforted by the soft, scented glow of burning candles throughout fall and winter. But as with any open flame, you must use candles with care. A fire risk in an apartment building can prove to be even more serious than a fire risk in a house due to the sheer nature of sharing a living space. READ MORE >>

Getting married means a lot of changes not just in where you live and perhaps your last name, but also in your financial documents—including your auto insurance. When you get married, your risk level can also change, especially if one of you has a poor driving record. READ MORE >>

When the holidays roll around, many homeowners pack up and leave town to spend special days with family. If you want the assurance that everything will be just as you left it when you return, follow some of these easy steps to protect your home. Resist the urge to announce your trip on social media sites. READ MORE >>

Heavy traffic and road construction can easily trigger irritation and anger while driving, but giving into road rage can have damaging effects. Aggressive driving behaviors contribute to a significant number of car accidents, some of which may even result in loss of life. READ MORE >>

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