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How to Inspect and Replace Windshield Wiper Blades

Windshield wipers can be an overlooked part of your car’s safety system. If your wipers are not working properly, it may be difficult to see the road or other hazards when it rains or snows. Faulty wiper blades can be ineffective and even smear your windshield, potentially creating visibility issues. Some simple, regular maintenance can help ensure your wiper blades are in good shape. Inspect... Read Article

High-Mileage Cars: Is 200,000 the new normal?

In the 1960s and 1970s, many automobile odometers did not even read beyond 99,999 miles. Hit 100,000, and the odometer “flipped” or turned back to zero. But now, thanks to tougher quality standards and post-recession financial concerns, Americans are driving their cars longer than ever before, says IHS Markit, and high-mileage cars may now be the rule, not the exception. Is 200,000 miles the new... Read Article

5 Myths About Auto Insurance

1. You can only shop for car insurance when your current policy expires. Many consumers don’t realize that they aren’t bound to their auto insurance coverage for the full term (ie – 6/12 months). The insured can cancel at anytime, subject to fees that vary by carrier. In many cases the carrier will charge a 10% fee on any unused premium. As a simple example,... Read Article

Ten Things You Should Know About Auto Insurance in Florida

  Shopping for auto insurance can be confusing and complicated, but doing your homework can make it less of a mystery. No matter what vehicle you drive, car, truck, or SUV, it is important to carry sufficient liability protection. Liability coverage is designed to protect you and your assets in the event you cause an accident that damages another driver’s property or results in bodily... Read Article

Does your Florida Company have the Business Insurance that it needs?

  According to Investopedia, a leading business website, business insurance is insurance coverage that protects businesses from losses due to events that may occur during the normal course of business. Unfortunately, too many small businesses fail to acknowledge that business insurance is the only way to save their businesses should these events occur. Many ends up closing their doors when paying just a small amount... Read Article