Don't Drive A Vehicle? 3 Things To Do With Your Auto Insurance

Posted on: 2 May 2017
In today's world when money is tight and so many people are living paycheck to paycheck, no one is looking to pay for things or bills that are unnecessary, So, if you have a vehicle on your insurance that you are not currently driving, you may be wondering if it is possible to get rid of it on your policy and save some much-needed dough without getting dinged. While it may not be as simple as canceling a subscription to a magazine, it is possible to do something about it.
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How To Avoid Accidental Gun Injuries In Your Home

Posted on: 25 April 2017
Merely keeping your gun under lock and key isn't enough; people have found ways to break into "safe" locks, even kids. Therefore, you need other measures to ensure that your guns won't be stolen or cause injury in your home. These additional measures will help: Unload the Guns It's easier for a loaded gun to cause an accidental injury than an unloaded one. For example, even a toddler with a loaded gun can cause a fatal injury.
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What You Need To Know About Traffic Citations And Your Auto Insurance

Posted on: 13 April 2017
It is no secret that your driving record will play an important role in your auto insurance coverage. People who have worse driving records tend to pay more in insurance cost over time. Here are some things that you need to know about your driving record and your auto insurance. When I Get A Citation Is The Insurance Immediately Notified? Many people wonder when the insurance company is notified after a citation.
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How Additional Living Expenses Coverage Works With Home Insurance

Posted on: 4 April 2017
Have you ever wondered what would happen if your entire house was destroyed by a fire or some other type of disaster? An event like this would force you to have to live somewhere else while your home was being renovated or rebuilt. Not only would this be inconvenient, but it could also be costly. You would still be required to pay your mortgage payments and other expenses, but you would also have to pay to live somewhere else unless you had additional living expenses coverage with your home insurance policy.
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