Choosing A Better Insurance Plan

  • 4 Mistakes To Avoid When Applying For Auto Insurance

    22 June 2020

    When you apply for auto insurance with an insurance company, it is important to get your application right. The insurance company uses the information on your application to provide you with a premium quote. If you provide inaccurate information, your insurance could be invalidated or canceled, leaving you without the insurance you need. When filling out your information when applying for auto insurance, there are a few classic mistakes you want to avoid.

  • Tips to Help You Manage Your Insurance Claim After a Flood

    22 June 2020

    If you live in an area where flooding is a possibility, it is important to understand the process of filing a flood damage claim with your insurance provider. Flood insurance is generally handled by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This program knows how to deal with flood claims, which is why you need to understand what you do as well. The insurance company is going to come and visit your property in order to assess the damage.

  • How Your Job Title Affects Your Auto Insurance Rates

    25 February 2020

    So many factors affect auto insurance rates; you might not even be aware of some of them. For example, many people don't know that their job titles can affect their coverage rates. Below are the specific reasons job titles do affect auto insurance premiums. Driving Frequency and Mileage Your job determines how often you drive, and how far you are likely to go each time you drive. Your driving frequency and mileage affect your rates since the more you drive the higher your exposure to accidents.

  • Practical Ways To Avoid Gaps In Auto Insurance Coverage

    22 January 2020

    Auto insurance companies are suspicious about coverage gaps. If you experience a gap in your coverage, you should expect an increase in premiums when you resume your coverage. As such, you should do your best to maintain coverage at all times. Below are some ways you can use to avoid a gap in coverage. Lower You Premiums Lack of money is one of the top causes of coverage gaps. Trimming your insurance rates as much as possible can help you afford the payments.