4 Things to Know About Renters Insurance
Your landlord should have your space covered – but here’s how to protect your belongings, your guests and yourself. Renter-occupied units account for nearly one-third of the total housing options available in the United States;1 however, only about 40 percent of tenants have renters insurance compared to 95 percent of property...
Understanding Coverage: Part 1 – Liability
Do auto insurance terms leave you feeling as lost as when you’re on a dark, signless country road? In this five-part infographic series, we’ll shed light on the basics.
Jargon, Busted: Umbrella Insurance
Learn how umbrella insurance can expand your auto coverage.
Can a Friend Drive My Car?
Before letting someone borrow your vehicle, consider these points to help steer clear of any headaches. Lending your car to a friend or family member, whether it’s for a quick trip to the store or a long-distance move, is a nice gesture. But before you hand over your keys, here...
Accidents in Your Car (But Off Your Watch)
What to consider before lending out your vehicle. It’s a familiar scenario: Your friend’s car is in the shop, so you lend him your wheels for the weekend. Or your neighbor asks to use your SUV to move furniture that won’t fit in her sedan. Most of the time, the...