Tag Archive: Auto Insurance

3 Common Business Insurance Myths

There are several misconceptions when it comes to business insurance. Here are three myths that you’ve probably heard before: Myth #1- Personal Auto Policies Will Cover Losses on Vehicles Used for Commercial Purposes Make sure you check with your insurance agent to see what’s covered and excluded from your personal auto policy. If you have…

Online Program Helps Teens to be Better Drivers

What if we told you that there’s a program designed specifically with your teen driver in mind? Well, there is. The teenSMART program is an online course that will educate your teen about the ins and outs of safe driving. According to the teenSMART website, “Teens that complete the teenSMART program have up to 30%…

MCCA Announces New Fee Increase

The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association Fund issued a press release explaining their latest fee increase for Personal Injury Protection medical claims. According to the MCCA website, the MCCA is a nonprofit association that reimburses no-fault auto insurance companies for medical claims that supersedes a PIP policy amount. As far as the amount is concerned, the…

No-Fault, Collision, and Comprehensive Insurance: What’s the Difference?

What’s the best insurance coverage for your vehicle? Well, for starters, there’s one major insurance coverage you’ll need as it’s required by Michigan law: no-fault insurance. Just because no-fault insurance is legally required doesn’t mean that the other two insurance coverages aren’t equally important and necessary. When weighing in on what coverage is best for…

Four effective ways to prevent car theft

Imagine walking out of a shopping center or your front door and realizing your car has been stolen. Sadly, that’s the experience of owners of more than 700,000 stolen vehicles each year. That’s $4.1 billion worth of cars, trucks and SUVs. Close to half of these stolen vehicles were never recovered. Did you know that you can help…

Are you prepared for a roadside emergency?

You’ve found yourself broken down on the side of the road. Maybe there’s a problem with your tire or your engine. Or maybe you didn’t notice how low on fuel your gas tank was. Here are some things you definitely shouldn’t do: Never get out of your car to make a repair or look for damage on…

Four ways to avoid a car accident

Each year, millions of people are involved in car accidents. Some accidents are unavoidable. But there are several things you can do to reduce the likelihood that you’ll cause a collision with another vehicle: Avoid eating, texting or talking on your phone while driving. It is tempting to answer your phone or take a sip…

Insurance Tips for New Drivers

When driving a car, independence and responsibility go hand in hand. All your hard work paid off and now you finally have your driver’s license. Hours in the car with Dad gripping his seat and days spent in driver’s ed were worth it because the keys are now in your hands. I remember the feelings…