How an Insurance App Can Improve your Insurance Understanding and Accessibility

Be sure you have your auto insurance on mobile app for ease and efficiencySmartphones are pretty incredible things, and their applications can be downright convenient, too.  Most of us use them for certain things, religiously, but many overlook a great potential for them in their day-to-day lives — like insurance!  Farmers has a great, user-friendly mobile app that can offer a lot of features and perks that will help you to get a much better quality of life when it comes to the insurance care you are searching for. Here’s what you want to know.

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Victim of Uninsured Motorist Accident? What To Do

protect yourself and your property in case uninsured motorists cause an accidentGetting in an auto accident is bad enough, but what are you supposed to do when you are in an accident, and the other driver is uninsured?  While it is certainly alarming to find out that you are now a victim of an uninsured motorist accident, there is plenty that you can do about it.  Here’s what you need to know!

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Get the Best Deal on a Used Car

use these tips to get the best deal on a used carIf you’re in the market to buy a used car, then you know all about the idea of getting a clunker.  If you want to make sure that you get a great quality car while saving yourself some hard-earned money, you’re going to want to arm yourself with the right tips on how to get the best deal on that used car.  Here’s what you should know.

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Should You Insure Your Golf Cart?

determine whether you need golf cart coverageIf you’re considering golf cart insurance, it’s because you own a golf cart and it is more to you than just transportation around the golf course.  This is not uncommon in these parts, so it’s not going to be as “untraditional” as you think.  After all, you’ve spent good money on your recreational vehicles, so, it only makes sense that you want to protect that investment! But what exactly is that going to look like as a separate policy, or add on to your current coverage?

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Car Insurance Fraud You Should Know About

Be sure you aren't committing fraud with your auto insuranceLet’s just get this out there and out of the way right now: there are very few people who deliberately go out of their way to commit car insurance fraud. (Hopefully)  Yet, it’s surprisingly easy to unintentionally commit insurance fraud.  If you want to do whatever you can to protect yourself — and your rates — from insurance fraud, here are some types of auto fraud you should know about!

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Teen Drivers and Crash Risk Factors

be sure you set ground rules for your teen driverWhen your teen gets behind the wheel, it’s normal to feel a bit of worry coming on.  After all, they’re your child and you want them to always be safe.  Plus, you have good reason to worry — teen drivers have quite a few age-specific risk factors that make driving a little more dangerous for them.  If you’re looking to do whatever you can to help them out and protect their health and safety, here’s the deal on their crash risk factors.

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Why Buy Insurance & Understanding Risk

Why we buy insurance and understanding the risksWhether personal insurance is just one of those monthly premiums that you pay without thinking about it or it is the cause of a stress migraine when you see how much it costs. Either way, it means something maybe just a little different to most of us.  If you find yourself in the second group, you may be asking yourself: “why am I even paying this when it costs so much, anyway?  Why not just pay out of pocket?”  It’s a totally normal question, and here’s what you need to know about risk management.

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Why Cheaper Car Insurance Isn’t Always Better

Cheaper insurance isn't always better, know your needs Most of us are looking for smart ways to save money these days.  One of the most popular categories to cut back your spending is on insurance premiums.  If you’re looking at your auto policy and wondering whether you should minimize your coverage or maybe even change insurance carriers, take a moment to look at what you’re actually going to be getting — or, rather, not getting.

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