The Agent Blog
Jun 22, 2017, 3:49 PM
Warm weather brings an increase in summer driving habits. Vacations, more frequent trips to the park, and family outings to name a few. Most people are clear on which type of gas their car needs. But not as many are clear on the differences between regular and premium gas.
Jun 21, 2017, 6:10 PM
We love the convenience but hate the frustrations, especially when people are driving too fast, backing out of spots without looking and otherwise modeling bad parking lot behavior. That behavior just so happens to be the cause of many door dings and irritated drivers. Even worse, careless behavior can cause a collision or injury. So, let’s all slow down and follow these five tips to make parking lots safer for everyone:
Jun 19, 2017, 3:31 PM
When your life changes oftentimes your insurance needs to change, too. Yet it’s not always clear what kind of insurance protection fits you, your family or your business.
May 22, 2017, 8:00 PM
As soon as your young driver’s gets a permit, you should call your agent. They will be added to your policy as a non-rated driver. This means there is coverage if they are involved in an accident but you are not charged for them being listed on your policy.
May 17, 2017, 8:31 PM
For the fifth year in a row, Erie Insurance received top honors on the J.D. Power Insurance Shopping Study. The annual study evaluates the experience of customers buying a new car insurance policy.
Mar 27, 2017, 7:52 PM
The summer vacation season is quickly approaching, complete with family vacations and potential car rentals. The last thing most people want to face when renting a car, is the salesperson at the counter asking if you want to buy "their" insurance (also called the damage waiver. When you rent a car, it can be hard to know if you need rental insurance coverage. For some drivers it's a necessity, and for others it's a redundant expense.
Mar 7, 2017, 4:09 PM
If you’re insuring a classic car under your standard personal auto policy, you’re not alone—it’s a common tactic and unfortunately, you’re doing it wrong. Very often when it comes to a collector or classic car, it’s seems easier to keep all cars in a household on a package policy. But in terms of daily use and overall value, insuring a classic car is drastically different from insuring a standard auto. Here are the top three reasons you should never insure a classic car with a personal auto policy:
Mar 1, 2017, 8:34 PM
If you’ve gotten married, had a baby, added a four-legged friend to your family, sent a kid off to college, finished your basement, bought a trampoline, replaced your roof or made a big purchase like a diamond ring or a set of golf clubs, your insurance is most likely out-of-date and it is time for a review. As a good rule of thumb, when there’s a change in your life, more likely than not, your insurance will need to change, too.