Monthly Archives: November 2011

Allstate Tells NC: Bundle or Buy Elsewhere

Allstate Insurance has made a change in their practices in North Carolina, and roughly 45,000 in that state have been informed their homeowner’s insurance policies will not be renewed unless they also buy an automobile policy (private or commercial) from … Continue reading

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ND Oil Town Sees Increased Accidents

Williston, North Dakota isn’t a town most people have heard of, but right now the city, which is the center of oil activity for the state, is getting some press because it’s seeing an increase in automobile accidents. According to … Continue reading

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NICB Warns Consumers Against Flood-Damaged Used Vehicles

The National Insurance Crime Bureau is advising potential car buyers to be aware of the possibility that that too-good-to-be-true used-car deal might actually be a “flood vehicle” that was damaged during Hurricane Irene. Such cars can be a great buy … Continue reading

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Wednesday Matinee: Holiday Travel Safety

It’s been a few weeks since our last video post, but since we’re approaching Thanksgiving (two weeks – can you believe it?) we thought it would be a good time to post this reminder about Holiday Road Trip Safety. Remember, … Continue reading

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Michigan Anti-Helmet Laws Advance in Legislature

Despite the fact that most experts agree helmets are crucial to motorcycle safety, the Michigan House Transportation Committee approved bills last week, that would allow riders aged 21 or older to forgo their helmets if they also meet certain conditions … Continue reading

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