Things To Know About Collision And Comprehensive Insurance

Posted on: 18 March 2020

If you are new to car insurance, then you may wonder if you need collision and/or comprehensive insurance. These two types of insurance, though they seem similar, are actually different in what they cover. Whether or not you need them is based on your individual circumstances and preferences. Here are some questions and answers to help you determine whether you need collision and comprehensive. What Is Collision Insurance? Think of collision insurance as insurance that covers you if you collide with something.
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Car Insurance And Trailer Coverage

Posted on: 27 December 2019

If you are planning to buy a trailer for your car, then you should first know how it will affect your auto insurance coverage. Note that your liability coverage, the mandatory part of your car insurance, will only apply to your trailer under certain circumstances. Below are some of the conditions insurance companies typically set for trailer coverage. Ownership and Registration Many auto insurance companies will only extend liability coverage to a trailer that you own.
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3 Tips For Keeping Your Life Insurance Premiums Affordable

Posted on: 20 November 2019

Life insurance is not something that is mandatory to purchase, but it certainly is a good thing to have. If you would like to purchase a policy but are afraid it will be too expensive, there are ways you can keep your policy affordable. In fact, here are three of the best techniques you can use to keep your life insurance policy affordable. Buy a policy when you are young
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7 Tips for Saving Money on Property Insurance

Posted on: 18 October 2019

Property insurance is important if you own a property and want to safeguard your investment. This type of coverage can help if your property encounters damage from vandals, fires or natural disasters as well as other situations. To keep costs as low as possible, keep these seven tips in mind.  1. Consider a High Deductible Whether you're buying property insurance or any other type of coverage, you pay insurance premiums on a monthly basis or as scheduled by your insurance company.
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