It’s that time of year again…time when the kids are going back to school. And time when many young drivers will be out on the road, driving to class or extra-curricular activities. Perhaps even an after-school job.
As adults, we’re used to road rules and know where everything is in our vehicles should we need to access them quickly. But our teenage and young-adult children aren’t. So, we’ve compiled a short list of things to do and check to provide a safe and confident environment for inexperienced drivers.
Over the last year or so we’ve done posts on insuring your home, mobile home and even a vacant home. We’ve discussed binding restrictions and scheduled personal property as well as policy deductibles, endorsements and possible discounts.
One thing we haven’t discussed is a Builder’s Risk and/or Builder’s Risk Renovations policy.
If you’ve been talking to a bank or mortgage company about financing the construction of your home, you may have been told you’ll need a Builder’s Risk policy and wondered what in the world that is.
We’re here to help!
If you’ve ever needed to make a change to your insurance policy or done research into adding coverage, you may have heard the terms Rider and/or Endorsement and wondered, What is the Difference?
In this post we’ll explain and hopefully you’ll feel better informed when it comes to your insurance policies.
As we move into a brand new year, many people take this time to reevaluate their lives and set goals for the upcoming twelve months. When compiling information and creating your lists of things to do, check, and repair or replace, add Review Insurance to your list.
Here are some things to consider when you schedule an appointment with your insurance agent and/or financial advisor.....
Earlier this year we did a post on Three Things young people should take care of to help life in the ‘real’ world be less stressful. Today we’re discussing why it is important to list your teenage driver on your auto policy as soon as they get a permit.
Much like home insurance, a mobile home policy insures against losses from fire, windstorm, hail and other standard perils.
Let’s look at a few differences in a Home and Mobile Home Insurance policy….
You’re not quite ready to buy but anxious to be out on your own, and have finally found the perfect place to rent. Your lease agreement says you must maintain ‘Renters’ or ‘Contents’ insurance. You call your agent and purchase the coverage, but don’t fully understand what you’ve got.
Renters or contents coverage offers many of the same features as home insurance. Hopefully you’ll get a better understanding of your policy from this post.
Many times in the Insurance Industry, we hear the term “SR-22 Insurance.” However, SR-22 is not a type of insurance.
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