Ask an Agent: Does my credit score affect my auto insurance premium?
Most, if not all, insurance companies have been using some sort of credit scoring over the past 15-20 years to establish their rates.
Ask an Agent: When renting a car, am I covered with my auto insurance?
There are some things you should know about charges the rental agency can pass along to you that are not covered by your personal auto policy.
Ask an Agent: How do auto insurance policies differ for leased, loaned, and owned vehicles?
Whether you own, lease, or have a loan on a vehicle, your insurance policy is going to cover the vehicle the same based on the coverages you choose.
Ask an Agent: How does being an Uber or Lyft driver impact my auto insurance policy?
The gray area that you should be concerned about is when the gap occurs; This is when the app is on but you don’t have a passenger or passenger match.
Ask an Agent: I have my own personal medical coverage; Why would I need travel insurance?
Standard health insurance often times becomes severely limited or non-existent when you travel abroad.
Ask an Agent: Can my homeowners insurance company drop my policy?
Knowing what can cause your homeowner’s insurance company to drop or cancel your policy - and what to do when it does - is an important part of being a homeowner.
Ask an Agent: When should I consider purchasing travel insurance?
One would want to purchase travel or travel medical any time he or she is going abroad for leisure, business, or a mission trip.
Ask an Agent: How do I get discounts on my auto insurance?
Some of the easiest discounts to obtain are discounts for being a part of an organized group.
Ask an Agent: Why are auto insurance rates so high in Michigan?
The combination of the unlimited lifetime medical benefits with a high uninsured driver rate pushes Michigan to the highest auto rates in the nation.
Ask an Agent: Why am I being charged more for insurance with an old car?
If you were to take your vehicle in today to get a fender repaired, the cost is not going to be less than it was two years ago. Quite the opposite.