5 Ways To Keep Your Auto Insurance Costs Low

Posted on: 4 May 2017

The cost of your auto insurance can depend on many different factors, such as your credit history, the type of car you drive and your driving record. If you find yourself paying too much for auto insurance, you probably feel pretty frustrated. However, you can make some changes and reduce your costs. Here are five effective ways to keep your auto insurance costs low: Check Your Credit Score If you have a low credit score, it could cause your auto insurance rates to go up.
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Business Insurance For Caterers: What Do You Need

Posted on: 25 April 2017

Catering is a growing business, which allows those who love to cook and bake the opportunity to share their delicious and masterful creations with other individuals and make a living doing so. This can be a fun and lucrative business, but it can also be demanding. Despite the fact that it is a fun and upbeat job (under most circumstances), running a catering business comes with its own share of risks. For example, there is the risk of exposure to a variety of hot substances and equipment, the potential for being involved in vehicle accidents, and the possibility of slips, falls, and cuts, not to mention plenty of others risks.
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"Simple" Mistakes That May Lead To Auto Insurance Claim Denial

Posted on: 13 April 2017

When you file a car insurance claim, you hope for a quick process that can return you to your pre-loss status as soon as possible. However, this doesn't always happen and sometimes claims get rejected. For example, these three mistakes may look simple, but they can all lead to claim denial: Modifying Your Car Without Informing Your Insurance Company Modifying a car changes both its value and its risks of getting involved in an accident.
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How And Why Cars Are Categorized Into Classes Of Use For Purposes Of Insurance

Posted on: 5 April 2017

How you use your car is one of the things auto insurance companies consider when determining your coverage rates. This is why your auto insurance company will ask you the "class" use when you're seeking coverage quotes. There are various classes of car use, but these are the most common: Social Use Telling your insurer that your car is for social use only is like telling them that the car is for domestic or pleasure use.
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