Counting Down to College? Be Sure Insurance Still Adds Up
As sure as the swallows return to Capistrano, all over America the latest migration of students prepares to descend on college campuses. Depending on whether your student is facing year one or is farther along the higher education highway, their individual stress levels may range from sheer terror to borderline boredom. For you, concerns may be running the gamut from empty nest issues to “How are we going to pay for this?”
Weekend Warrior: In like a Lion, Out on a Stretcher?
Ah, those first warm breezes of spring! Soon even the most devout winter couch potato’s dreams turn from football on television to those long-harbored visions of a major landscaping project or exterior home refresh. It’s not just baseball where spring hopes spring eternal!
Unswerving Advice for Drivers: Steer Clear of Deer
Soaring deer populations and weather conditions during travel this season can be a dangerous combination for motorists — especially uninsured ones. Animals, particularly deer, are a factor in many traffic accidents. Although most deer and other animal-related accidents do not involve human fatalities, they do contribute to insurance claims and auto damages each year.
Popping the Bigger Question: Who should insure the engagement ring?
A guide on making a purchase that will make your fiancée, bank account, and Trusted Choice® independent insurance agent say “Yes!”
The Insurance Behind Adding a Pet to the Family
A cute puppy or cuddly kitten may seem like a good idea when you're at the pet shop, but Trusted Choice® independent insurance agents recommend considering the risks and liabilities you may also be bringing home.
President’s Day: Buying a new car
President’s Day Weekend is here and if you’re in the market to buying a car, you should keep a few things in mind.
Insuring Your Desktop or Laptop Computer
You have a computer. So who doesn’t? According to the latest reports, the vast majority of Americans have at lest one personal computer at home. And many count themselves among the “multi-wired” households, with one or more PCs, handhelds (such as Palms or pocket PCs), set-top boxes, Internet access, and a fast-growing minority have enough equipment to have installed home networks to tie everything together. Add in a few beepers and cell phones and we are talking significant value!
Is a GPS Covered by an Auto Policy?
Some may view them as science fiction gone wild. Others see them as indispensable, possibly life-saving tools. Regardless of your feelings about Global Positioning Systems (GPS), they continue to occupy the dashboards of millions of U.S. vehicles each year. The pervasiveness and expense of the technology has drivers asking if their GPS systems are covered by auto insurance.
‘Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving: If You Go Out, Stay Safe
The Los Angeles Times calls it “Black Wednesday” and Miller Lite refers to it as “Beersgiving.” Both are referring to the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving, which has become for many people 21 and older one of the most popular nights of the year to go out and reconnect with friends from high school as they travel back to their hometowns.
Tyler’s adventurous spirit led him to Hawaii. He wanted to experience as many “firsts” as possible. By the time he left Hawaii, Tyler had a long list of new experiences: first plane ride, first swim with dolphins, first zip line tour and more. The trip gave him a glimpse of what might be possible in his life – and a reason to seek out even more new thrills.