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As car insurance companies calculate your premiums, they may place a large stock in your age if you or another driver in your household is under 25 years old or over 65 years old. While this may seem like age discrimination at first glance, the policy is based on solid evidence that these age g... READ MORE >>

It’s an exciting and emotional time when a child – err, young adult – heads off to college. And, for many parents, a confusing time in regards to car insurance coverage and personal property coverage. Should college students remain on the family’s auto policy? READ MORE >>

Commercial auto insurance is insurance designed for vehicles used for business purposes. Depending on your employer and/or your own business, you might need higher liability insurance, as well as additional coverage add-ons to make sure you, your employees, other individuals, your vehicle, and your business are fully protected READ MORE >>

You might have the most comprehensive car insurance policy a U.S. company can provide, but when it comes to driving in Mexico, your U.S. car insurance will not cover your liability for damages or for injury to other drivers. You must purchase a Mexican car insurance policy if you want to avoid the high cost of an accident or even a long stay in a Mexican jail. READ MORE >>

If you live in a rented house or apartment, you'll need renters insurance to protect your personal property. Renters insurance pays to repair or replace personal property - things like your clothes, furniture, and electronics - if they are stolen or damaged. Renters insurance won't pay to fix the house or apartment building if it's damaged. READ MORE >>

You’ve finally achieved your dream. Don’t lose it to a power outage, hacker disruption, fire, earthquake or other disaster. If you’re not prepared, a disaster could put you and your employees at risk, possibly shutting down your business forever. READ MORE >>

Driving without a license is an offence in the state of Texas under Chapter 521 of the Texas Code of Transportation according to which all persons operating a vehicle on a highway should carry a driver’s license that is valid. Violation of this law will result in a charge of misdemeanor. READ MORE >>

Texas law requires people who drive in Texas to pay for the accidents they cause. Most drivers do this by buying auto liability insurance. Liability insurance pays to repair or replace the other driver's car and pays other people's medical expenses when you are at fault in an accident. READ MORE >>

Nearly eight percent of the U.S. population lives in manufactured (mobile) homes, according to the Population Reference Bureau and US Census. While several laws have been enacted over the years to make them safer and more capable of withstanding destructive winds, we will always need insurance. READ MORE >>

When disaster strikes, you may be glad you have homeowners insurance. People take out homeowners insurance for the same reason they take out car and health insurance: If a home is damaged or someone else injured on the property, insurance helps owners cope with the financial consequences. READ MORE >>

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