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...
Hail Damage to Roofs, Cars and What Insurance Covers
Nearly every state in the U.S. has hailstorms. In fact, according to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Severe Storms database, there were 4,611 major hailstorms in 2020.1 And if you live in Texas, Colorado, Nebraska or Wyoming, you probably see hail frequently. But do you know how to handle...
The Ultimate First-Time Homebuyer Checklist
In your spare time, you browse real estate listings and home design blogs. You’ve even driven through neighborhoods, scoping out “for sale” signs. You may find yourself asking, “Am I ready for home ownership?” This first-time homebuyer checklist can help you find out. It outlines what you need to do...
How to Buy a Car Online in Five Easy Steps
Dreaming of a new (or used) car, but don’t want to visit the dealership? Here’s a solution. Try buying a car online, right from the comfort of your home. In five steps you can compare models, get approved for a loan, secure auto insurance and even have a car delivered...
How to Teach a Teen to Drive With Eight Helpful Tips
It feels like yesterday you were navigating the challenges of toddlers and tweens. Suddenly, you have a teen who’s learning to drive. As you prepare for this major milestone, you may be wondering how to keep your “not-so-little-one” safe while building their confidence as a driver. Fortunately, with a little...
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.