Insurance 101: 10 Common Factors That Affect Your Auto Insurance Premium

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Your Auto premium is essentially the amount of money you pay to keep your insurance policy active, usually on a monthly, semi-annual, or annual basis.

Insurance 101: The Impact Inflation has on Your Insurance Premiums

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Insurance carriers must be prudent to the current state of inflation when determining and filing their base insurance rates.

5 Key Tactics to Safeguard Construction Projects Against Water Damage

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Water damage can be a significant setback for construction projects, leading to delays, expensive repairs, and potentially even compromising the structural integrity of buildings.

Sharing the Road with Buses: 5 Crucial Driving Safety Tips

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School buses are a safe, reliable means for parents to transport their children to and from school. In fact, roughly 20.5 million elementary and secondary school children ride school buses to and from school each day.

5 Signs of Hidden Water Damage in Your Home

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Water damage can be a daunting and frustrating problem for some homeowners.

Catalytic Converter Theft: What It Is and How to Prevent It

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BeenVerified found that nationwide, thefts were up 540% in 2022 compared to 2020. Catalytic converters can be removed within minutes using a battery-operated saw, making them an easy target for thieves.

5 Benefits of Having a Home Generator

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Home generators are a very

Insurance 101: Protecting Property Located in Self Storage

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Most storage units require you to carry insurance for the protection of your property, with rare exceptions.  

3 Road Safety Priorities for Farm Machinery Operators

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Public roads are already a dangerous environment, resulting in thousands of crashes and related deaths and injuries each year in the U.S. As a farmer/operator, you may rely on public roadways to travel from field to field/farmstead and to transport goods to surrounding communities.

Sharing the Road with Farm Equipment: Top 5 Safety Considerations

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There are two times of year drivers need to take precautions on rural roads, and that is in the spring and fall! In the spring, farmers are eagerly hitting the fields for planting season, and in the fall, harvest.