Researching Different Types of Car Insurance? Here’s What You Should Know.
Most states have laws requiring car owners to purchase insurance that meets at least the minimum state requirements.1 That means most Americans are required to carry some form of auto insurance.2 Most car policies are made up of a few different types of coverage. Understanding what each type means can...
7 Safety Tips to Conquer Driving in Rain
It’s no surprise that rainy weather can increase your chance of getting into an accident, but you may be shocked to know just how dangerous it can be. Moderate rain increases your risk of getting in a fatal car accident by 75%, while light rain increases the risk by 27%.1...
How to Stay Safe on the Road While Driving in Fog
Did you know more than 38,700 vehicle crashes per year happen in foggy conditions? And, unfortunately, more than 16,300 people are injured in these accidents.1 This much is clear: Fog can be one of the most common causes for accidents, so here are eight tips to stay safe when driving...
4 Facts and Statistics About Distracted Driving – Plus Ways to Help You Stay Focused
Every year, nearly 3,000 people die in car crashes due to distracted driving.1 These are preventable accidents, caused by someone not paying attention at the wheel. If you need motivation to keep your eyes on the road and stay focused, here are four facts and statistics about distracted driving. Fact...
Car Headlights Explained: The Best Tips to Know Now
What do your vehicle’s headlights look like? Bright? Dim? Perhaps a little dirty? Chances are, you might not be sure. For most people, and even for car manufacturers, headlights can be an afterthought. Yet about half of all deadly car crashes happen at night.1 It’s clear—car headlights are a critical...
Understanding Coverage: Part 5 – Roadside Assistance
This optional service can help you overcome common car problems and get you safely on your way.
Understanding Coverage: Part 4 – MedPay
Medical Payments coverage (MedPay) may cover your medical expenses or those of your passengers after an auto accident.
Facts on Fender Benders
How common are minor accidents, and how can you avoid them? From monitoring your own approach to driving to leaning on technology to help you, there are ways of reducing the hazard.
Understanding Coverage: Part 3 – Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist
These two types of coverage can help you pay for your losses when a driver with little or no auto insurance causes you bodily injury or damage to your vehicle.
Understanding Coverage: Part 2 – Collision and Comprehensive
Collision and comprehensive coverage give your auto insurance a boost beyond basic liability protection. In part two of a five-part infographic series, learn the ins and outs of what’s covered by each.