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Winter 2022-23
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Auto deductibles typically range from $250 to $1,000. By upping your deductible and utilizing your insurance for big repairs, you can significantly reduce your premium…

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Insuring Your Teen Driver

If you are the parent of a teen driver who is getting ready to climb behind the steering wheel, insuring them can be an expensive endeavor. This is because the risk of motor vehicle crashes is higher among teen drivers than among any other age group.

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Insuring Your Valuables

Your valuables are important to you—and insuring them is equally important to prevent serious loss in the event of damage or theft. Learn more about how you can protect the finer things in life with additional coverage.

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Home Insurance Forecast Heading into 2023

The home insurance market is currently being challenged by significant market conditions. Companies that respond the best to inflation and challenges of natural disasters will provide the biggest benefits to consumers going forward.

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