2020

My name is Shane Donahue. A couple of years ago, I almost had a financial disaster. I had a car accident and I simply assumed that I was at fault. This would have left me responsible for paying for the repairs needed for my car, which I needed to go to work. What I didn't realize was that I was actually not at fault. The weather conditions and the actions I took while driving my vehicle lead to me not having to pay for the damages done to my vehicle. This caused me to make sure that I would never be uninformed about my insurance policy again and I have since devoted myself to a blog focused on insurance.

2020

The Definition Of Full-Coverage Auto Insurance And Why You Need It

24 February 2020
 Categories:
Insurance, Blog

When you hear different terms relating to car insurance, do you often have questions? A lot of people find auto insurance confusing, and one question some people have involves full-coverage insurance. Do you know what full-coverage insurance really is and why you should have it? Here are some key details about it to help you understand what it is. The Coverage It Includes The term "full coverage" is not really a term you would see on your insurance documents.
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3 Things To Evaluate Before Switching Auto Insurance Providers

22 January 2020
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Switching from one auto insurance company to another is an option you always have. You are never tied to one company for a certain amount of time, even though you will likely have to prepay for your insurance coverage. If you are thinking of switching companies, there are some important things to evaluate first, and here are three of those things. The Coverage and Costs Evaluating the coverage and costs of a new policy are the most important things you can do if you are thinking of getting a new carrier for your auto insurance needs.
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Are You Really At Fault?

My name is Shane Donahue. A couple of years ago, I almost had a financial disaster. I had a car accident and I simply assumed that I was at fault. This would have left me responsible for paying for the repairs needed for my car, which I needed to go to work. What I didn't realize was that I was actually not at fault. The weather conditions and the actions I took while driving my vehicle lead to me not having to pay for the damages done to my vehicle. This caused me to make sure that I would never be uninformed about my insurance policy again and I have since devoted myself to a blog focused on insurance.

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