Posts Tagged“auto”

Did you know that when it comes to deaths caused by car accidents, the United States holds the top spot over all other high-income countries in the world? Almost 40,000 people die each year due to car crashes, and an additional 2.35 million are injured or disabled. Clearly this is a statistic you don’t want to be part of, which is why it’s important to learn defensive driving tips. These tips won’t just keep you and your passengers safer on the road, but may even save your life. Royalty Free Photo Here are five defensive driving tips that you will…

No one goes out of their way to get a DUI (driving under the influence). Well, at least that is the case most of the time. That said are you doing all you can to steer clear of a DUI? Keep in mind that a DUI charge and conviction can impact you in many ways. First, your professional career can take a hit when convicted. Even if not relying on your vehicle much for work, the idea you drove under the influence shows bad judgment. Second, your personal life can take a downward spiral too. Family and friends may question…

The only way of making good use of the options we have is by understanding how they function. So for instance, if you were in need of a loan, you would probably ask how do guarantor loans work. But if you want to protect your property and belongings, and even your life, you would need to know how insurance works. There are different insurance policies, and so there are many things that could be made the object of your insurance. But for more specific details, you’ll have to keep reading this article. Insuring your life You can create insurance for…

You’re careful when it comes to your personal finances. You pay your bills on time. You keep your credit score in line. You comparison shop. You don’t give in to impulse buying. You budget, at least in your mind if not in written form. You even have a savings account. But do you fudge when it comes to auto insurance? It’s tempting to have only the minimum coverage required, especially when your car loan is paid off and your car is getting older. There’s no doubt that this saves you money in the short term, but what about the long…

Everyone knows that teen drivers usually aren’t the best drivers. Most don’t have the judgment or experience to be great drivers right out of the gate. And there’s little doubt that as drivers age, they tend to lose their quick reflexes as well as suffer from impaired vision and hearing. But, what about you? You’re not a teen. You’re not a senior. You think of yourself as a good driver. If you’ve been driving for a while without an accident, you probably are good. But, admit it – driving’s become second nature. You probably do it without thinking. Haven’t you…