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Every parent worries about his or her child hitting the road. There’s good reason to do so. Distracted driving is something more teens than ever have to manage. Though there’s always been the risk of someone not paying attention, accidents happen more frequently now than before. What can you do to help your child? Aside from having quality auto insurance, there are several things you can do.
Perhaps you backed into another car. You may have had a tree branch fall on the vehicle. Or, a large accident happened, and you are waiting for help from the police. In any of these situations, you need to do your best to document what is happening and why. It can play a big role in determining what happens to your claim and coverage. How do you handle a car accident? Here is what you need to know.
How much liability insurance do you need? The amount depends on many factors. One of those factors may involve the size of your car or vehicle. When you talk to your auto insurance provider, ask questions about accidents. Find out what recommendations they make for vehicles of your size. Many times, having more than the state required minimum makes sense. Here’s what you need to consider about your coverage.
It’s important to read all of the details in your car insurance policy as soon as you receive it. One key area to look at is who has coverage on your policy. Also, notice any excluded driver. This is a person who should not be behind the wheel of your car. If they are there, your auto insurance may not apply. Here’s what you need to know about the excluded driver.
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From time to time, auto insurance rates will increase. Most often, this happens due to the cost of living rising. However, many people can save money by asking their insurance agent about savings options. If your prices are on the rise, take these steps to ensure you are paying the least amount necessary. Don’t limit your coverage. Instead, apply these savings tips.
Turning 18 means you are officially an adult. Now, you’re responsible for all of your own life choices and decisions. You may already be driving. You may own a car, or you are planning to purchase one. Your goal should always be to have a policy that matches your life and your needs. Now that you are a bit older, there are a few things to update with your auto insurance agent. Here’s where to focus now.
Each state sets laws determining who handles paying for an accident after it occurs. When two parties collide, determining fault is not always the goal. In some states, each person’s insurance pays for the losses. How does this work? Are you in a no-fault or at-fault state? Here is a breakdown of what this means to you.
A bird may seem like a small, simple animal. However, it can cause damage to your assets including your car. If you have bird-related damage to your car, your auto insurance policy may cover it. Whether you have coverage depends on many factors. Among them is what type of coverage you have. Take a closer look at when you may be able to file a claim for bird damage with your car insurance.
Whiplash is a painful, debilitating condition that occurs as a result of rapid back and forth movement of the head. A rear-ending car crash is a common instance in which whiplash occurs. If it happens to you, you may begin to feel pain a day or so after. What should you do if you develop this condition? Will auto insurance pay for it?