What Should You Do After Your Car Insurance is Canceled?

There might come a time when you find your car insurance policy canceled. The carrier may do this for a few reasons – late or missed payments, too many accidents, or a DUI conviction – but regardless, you’re left wondering, “What do I do from here?” No matter what you do, never get on the…

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Ways a Road Damages Your Car During the Fall

Driving around puts wear and tear on your vehicle, but certain aspect of the road cause more damage than others: Potholes A pothole form when water seeps into the pavement, freezes and expands, then cracks the material. In fall, with leaves covering the ground, detecting their depth isn’t as simple. So, there’s a chance you’ll…

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Five Crucial Fall Driving Tips

You’re often given advice about how to drive in the snow and the rain, but what about fall weather? Poor driving habits may lead to an eventual accident, which then negatively impacts your insurance rate. Before you see your rates go up, follow these tips: Be aware of leaves After it rains, leaves create a…

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The Basics of Car Insurance Minimums in Connecticut

All states impose minimum car insurance rules. That is, insurers in those states must provide coverage at least to such a point, while all drivers are expected to carry policies meeting these requirements. Connecticut, a “fault” state when it comes to coverage, has its own rules and minimums. As you take out a policy, be…

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Car Insurance Basics for Teen Drivers

You have a child close to getting a driver’s license. In no time, he or she will ask to drive the family car – or may even purchase a used one. By Connecticut state law, all drivers must have the minimum insurance, which means your son or daughter needs a policy. What options are out…

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