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Cars require work, and they are worth a lot to you—both time and money, in fact. That’s why you want to keep them in good shape. Now that it’s summer, you might have some free time to take care of a few vehicle upkeep tasks that you might forget about otherwise. READ MORE >>

Buying car insurance means buying coverage for all your vehicles. In most cases, every car in your possession needs a policy. Every driver, from you to your spouse or children, needs coverage also. However, that may not necessarily mean that they all need separate policies. READ MORE >>

Many times, you may hear auto insurance called full coverage. That is not a specific type of policy. Rather, it is a term people use to refer to coverage that protects against the most common risk factors for drivers. Every driver needs a customized car insurance policy. READ MORE >>

When you enroll in car insurance, your agent might ask you if you want to set up your policy to automatically renew. This means that at the end of each term, usually annually, your auto policy will renew for the next term without requiring action from you. READ MORE >>

When water damage occurs to the interior of a vehicle, it can be very expensive to repair. Even forgetting to close the window can lead to damage to the seats, flooring and electrical components. In some situations, auto insurance can help cover these losses. In other situations, it does not provide financial support to you. READ MORE >>

A regular oil change is essential to your vehicle's health. Think of your vehicle's motor oil as its lifeblood. If the oil is old or dirty, it will affect overall performance in all sorts of negative ways. In general, you should check your oil every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. READ MORE >>

In most situations, auto insurance plans cover hail damage. Hail, which can vary in size, can cause significant damage to the exterior of a car. It can damage glass and create dents. In a severe hailstorm, you may notice your vehicle has pot-marks on it. It’s important to let your car insurance agent know about this type of damage. READ MORE >>

Many times, parents place their new teen drivers on their own auto insurance plan. Doing so is often a good idea because it reduces costs. However, as a child gets older and moves off to college or on their own, it may be time for a change. It is quite common for young adults not to be sure how to handle their car insurance policy after they’ve moved out. READ MORE >>

Roads are meant for motor vehicles, while sidewalks are meant for pedestrians. Unlike roads and sidewalks, parking lots are unique because they are meant for both. Unfortunately when cars and pedestrians are mixed together, pedestrians often get hurt. READ MORE >>

After and long winter, your vehicle needs a check-up to make sure it is in optimal driving condition. The winter weather conditions have been tough on the roads. This translates to potential issues with your vehicle. Take it to a trusted mechanic and have them investigate the following three items. READ MORE >>

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