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Friday, January 31, 2020Nationwide, police reports continue to indicate the number of distracted driving stops is climbing. Distracted driving occurs when a person driving is unable to focus properly on the road due to in-car events, sounds, or activities. It is one of the most dangerous actions a driver can take. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 18, 2019Car insurance is a pricey aspect of owning a car. If you're planning on adding a teen driver to your family car insurance plan, it is possible that your rates will increase. However, if you play your cards right, you can get auto insurance for your teen at a reasonable price. READ MORE >>
Monday, November 12, 2018You may know the importance of obtaining auto insurance once your new driver in your family receives his or her license. But, what about from now until then? The good news is the process of obtaining auto insurance for your new driver is not complex. There are a few key things to know before you choose to invest in a new policy. READ MORE >>
Monday, September 10, 2018Have you heard you need to have full auto insurance? The term full coverage does not relate to a specific type of policy. Rather, it applies to the type of perils for which your policy provides protection. Why is this important? Most car owners should consider the value of full car insurance. READ MORE >>
Thursday, September 22, 2016Even though non-profit organizations don't operate for money, they are otherwise similar to other small businesses. Non-profits must protect assets and provide a safe environment for employees and guests. One of the most effective ways to protect the interests of your Boise non-profit organization is to purchase a non-profit insurance policy. READ MORE >>
Thursday, August 18, 2016All vehicles on the road must be insured. This includes cars used for businesses, non-profits and even religious organizations like churches. Why would churches need cars? Ministers sometimes travel to perform services, visit ill members of the congregation or take part in community charity events. READ MORE >>