Brush up on your winter driving skills with our 14 easy ways to avoid auto accidents this winter!
Exchanging insurance information after a car accident with any other drivers involved is a good start. Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to touch base with your insurance to get the claims process started.
Let’s say you got your license at age 16. Now let’s say you’re 34 years old, and have never been in an auto accident. You have a stellar driving record, no tickets, a sensible car, and a defensive driving style.
You know what that makes you?
October, November, and December are dangerous months to be a deer in Virginia—more than half of all deer-car collisions in the state happen in those three months, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Auto Insurance can be difficult to understand. Before you shop around for auto insurance make sure you understand all your coverage options. For more information on decoding Auto Insurance lingo talk to your local Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance agent.
There’s a certain allure to the road less traveled. Heavy, saturated traffic gives way to an open road meant just for you. The humdrum path of the interstate is traded in for an unexpected curve or rolling hill. Or maybe it just feels familiar, part of a routine.
There are worse things than filing an auto insurance claim and discovering that your coverage is lacking, but it’s still a nasty shock. A cracked windshield won’t set you back too much, but a tree falling on your car? Ouch. Take a look at these three common gaps in auto coverage.
It’s true—auto insurance isn’t particularly intuitive. Here
are some of the insurance myths you’ve probably heard, busted for your benefit.
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