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Entries for February 2008

What Happens if an Accident Occurs in Your Own Driveway?

Posted by Allison Ruuska on 2/25/2008 at 1:00 PM

How your auto insurance covers accidents that happen at home

Accidents happen anywhere, anytime. A fair amount of time, accidents happen close to home, too. And, of those times, a respectable number of accidents can happen right at home — in your driveway, in the garage, at the curb, etc.

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Are You Covered if You Borrow Your Friend's Car?

Posted by Allison Ruuska on 2/18/2008 at 1:00 PM

Does your friend's auto insurance policy cover you if you borrow his car?

Occasionally, you may need to borrow your friend's car to run an errand, go to work or complete some other task. When you do this, do you know if you're covered by your neighbor's auto insurance policy?

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Three Things You Didn't Know Could Increase Your Rates

Posted by Allison Ruuska on 2/11/2008 at 1:00 PM

Remember that some actions, while seemingly unrelated to auto insurance, can still affect how much you pay.

We know the obvious things can affect your rates: repeat accidents, adding a teenager to your policy, DUI/DWI convictions, etc. But here are three things you can do that you may not have known can increase your rates.

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After an accident, should you move off the road?

Posted by Allison Ruuska on 2/4/2008 at 1:00 PM

Car accidents can wreak havoc on an otherwise peaceful day. Even if they're minor, they often can create confusion about how to react and what to do immediately following an accident. A common question people have is, "Should I move my car off the road after an accident?" The answer to that question varies.

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