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Auto Insurance

As a driver, you know you need car insurance. In fact, auto insurance — specifically, auto liability insurance — is required by law in every state except New Hampshire. But wading through the information and options can be confusing.

Auto Insurance, Insurance Needs

February 11, 2020

What kind of auto insurance do I need?

The majority of motor vehicle crashes are caused by human error, both from drivers and pedestrians. Fortunately, car companies are working to reduce the number of incidents with new driver-assistance technologies.

Auto Insurance, Insurance Needs

October 20, 2019

Driver-assistance technologies redefine road safety

For decades people have fantasized about — and attempted to create — autonomous vehicles, or self-driving cars, as they are commonly called. Science fiction has obsessed over them for generations and until recently they were just that, fiction.

Auto Insurance, Insurance Needs

August 10, 2019

Looking Toward a Future With Fully Autonomous Cars

The legalization of recreational marijuana is picking up steam across America as more and more states allow the drug to be sold legally to those 21 or older in age. Recreational marijuana as an industry is ready to boom once it is legal in every state, with a predicted $146 billion worth in the global market by 2025.

Auto Insurance, Business Insurance, Health Insurance, Insurance Needs, Personal Insurance

August 10, 2019

Legalized Recreational Marijuana Raises Insurance Concerns

Rising insurance rates can be perplexing. "Why?" is one of the most commonly asked questions of insurance agents. The short answer is because of fluctuation. Fluctuations of home and auto rates are due to a number of factors. A better understanding of these factors will help you be prepared for rising insurance rates in the future and aid you in lowering them.

Auto Insurance, Home Insurance, Insurance Needs

June 16, 2019

Why Are My Home and Auto Insurance Rates Increasing?

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