The Hidden Cost of Car Ownership

According to U.S. News & World Report, new vehicles lose value at an average decline of 15-25 percent each year during the first five years. And whether new or used, all vehicles lose value over time. Since the rate of depreciation varies by vehicle model, it’s a good idea to take resale value into consideration when shopping for your new ride.

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You Love It, We Insure It

Protect your toys by contacting us before the season gets in full swing. We will help you get the right coverage so you can enjoy your toys without worry.

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Car Shopping Tips from a Former Car Salesman

Car Shopping Tips from a Former Car Salesman by Carolyn Sennett on June 24, 2015 Car shopping—do you love it or dread it? If you’re like most shoppers, you might find wading through all the makes, models, options and pricing a complicated process. “Buying a new car...

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What Can Go Wrong with an Older Car?

Today’s vehicles are built better than ever, redefining what it means to be a high-mileage car. An odometer that reads 100,000 miles is no longer the maximum life expectancy for a vehicle; in fact, with a little maintenance, you can push your vehicle to 200,000 or even 300,000 miles.

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When to Replace Appliances

Americans spend more than $15 billion a year on the more than 600 million appliances at work in U.S. households. While the life expectancy and price of most appliances isn’t exact, there are average ranges for when to replace appliances. Here are the life expectancies of five of the most common household appliances.

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Is your vehicle ready for winter weather?

Is your vehicle ready for winter weather? Having a well-maintained vehicle is a critical step toward an effective vehicle safety program. Many auto accidents are the direct result of poorly maintained vehicles. Before the inclement weather sets in, carefully inspect...

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