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Families usually have more than one car. All those vehicles need insurance coverage. Getting covered is not negotiable, and it will cost money. How can you make the process easier by simplifying your coverage? Let’s take a look at how a multi-car policy can benefit you and your family. READ MORE >>

If you ride a motorcycle, you operate a motor vehicle. The law holds you to the same standards as any other driver. Indeed, because you have a motorcycle, you might even find those laws more stringent in places. Those who make driving mistakes will have to pay for them, and the penalties might prove steep. READ MORE >>

Drivers need car insurance, that’s the bottom line. The State of Georgia, as a result, requires most motorists to carry protection. Nevertheless, it’s your job to keep that policy active. Car insurance functions like a contract between you and your insurer. READ MORE >>

Moving out of your parents’ house and into your first place can be exciting. Being home alone now might not be a situation with which you are familiar. At times, you might wonder how to keep yourself safe. After all, you now have responsibility for the apartment. READ MORE >>

Everyone likely has looked at their credit score once or twice in the past year. This simple, three-digit number, is a valuable measurement of your financial reliability. Though you might not worry about it too much, your score could actually have a big financial impact on you. READ MORE >>

Owning and riding a motorcycle is quite a financial investment. It’s also a risk. Bikes cost money to maintain. If an accident happens, it will cost money to repair. It’s also going to cost money to insure. Everyone wants to pay affordable rates for their motorcycle insurance. READ MORE >>

Having a family means you have a lot to keep up with. Homework, bath time, bedtime and screen monitoring to name a few. Sometimes, your focus on your kids means you can’t devote as much time as you want to home improvement. Still, what’s likely one of your closest-held values is to create a safe, secure living environment. READ MORE >>

The law expects you to be a safe driver. By doing so, you’re not just keeping yourself safe, you’re doing a public service. Driving means you interact with others and their cars. If you don’t drive safely, you put many people—other drivers, pedestrians and passengers—in danger. READ MORE >>

Families have unique transportation needs, and we don’t just mean bigger cars. Getting your family around requires a considerable degree of planning. Not to mention, transporting your brood demands a heightened awareness of safety. Child safety in vehicles requires absolute devotion from those charged with transporting them. READ MORE >>

Thousands of Americans use motorcycles for recreation, competition or everyday travel. In fact, there were over 8 million registered in the states in 2011. They remain an important part of our cultural experience, given the American propensity to love the open road. Many people buy their first motorcycles as young adults. READ MORE >>

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