Full coverageÂ car insuranceÂ covers you for most eventualities, but it is also expensive. You get what you pay for, and in this case, what you pay for isÂ liability coverage,Â collision coverage, andÂ comprehensive coverage. The question is, how essential are all of these coverage options and at what point do they become surplus to requirements? YourÂ insurance coverageÂ is never […]
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We’ve been hearing about electric cars for a while, but it sometimes seems that the only people who buy them are either veryÂ into being energy efficient or very wealthy. But there are a lot of good reasons for you to … Continue reading →
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In 2017, wholesale RV shipments reached their highest level ever, topping 500,000, according to the RV Industry Association. Part of the reason for the rise in demand for RVs is due to millennials, who are…
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When you have an insurance policy, you may have to foot the bill for some of your medical expenses before your insurance company starts chipping in. This initial amount is your insurance deductible. The size of deductibles can vary depending … Continue reading →
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Shelter Insurance is a mutual insurance company that was founded in 1946 and operates out of Columbia, Missouri. This highly-rated, award-winning insurance company offers a wealth of insurance products across the states of Colorado, Iowa, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Louisiana. In this Shelter Insurance review, we’ll […]
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The number of Americans driving to work alone is on the rise, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. With the increase in drivers comes traffic, which means more time and money spent idling in cars. Some cities are … Continue reading →
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