Driver Education

  • Avoid Hitting Deer

    By on February 29, 2016

    Car accidents seem to be more of an occurring thing happening lately. When you picture a car crash happening, most would envision two or more cars crashing into each other. In reality, they can involve factors like hitting a deer instead of another car. The Insurance Information Institute stated that 1.6 million deer-vehicle collisions happen each year, which result in

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  • Smart Driving

    By on December 16, 2015

    Safety on the road is so important. You would be surprised by how many crashes are results of just not being smart on the road. A few tips to remember are stay off of your phone! You can wait to give the person a call back. If it is an emergency then you should pullover to a safe spot and

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  • Texting and Driving

    By on December 11, 2015

    It’s no secret that technology is taking over, but it should not be taking our attention while we drive too. If you didn’t know, texting and driving is a fad; everyone is doing it. People are so occupied with their cell phones that they cannot even put them down while they drive. News flash; innocent people are being killed by

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  • Things That Affect Price of Auto Insurance

    By on November 30, 2015

    Your Driving History: If you have more tickets and are involved in more accidents, your rate will be higher. Based on statistics, drivers with no traffic violations and with fewer tickets pay less because they are considered to be lower risk. It is believed that they have a smaller chance of being involved in incidents, therefore, it is less expensive

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  • How Credit Score Affects Car Insurance Rates?

    By on February 15, 2015

    Credit-based insurance scores, like credit scores, are numerical summaries of consumers’ credit histories. Credit-based insurance scores typically are calculated using information about past delinquencies or information on the public record (e.g., bankruptcies); debt ratios (i.e., how close a consumer is to his or her credit limit); evidence of seeking new credit (e.g., inquiries and new accounts); the length and age

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