Archives for May 2015

Hidden Costs When Buying a New Car

Secret Car Costs When shopping for a new car, you may think that the number that is on the sticker is the only cost that you have to worry about. However, there are many secret costs that can come with buying a new car. Make sure to watch out for these hidden costs so that you can afford the car that you buy. Gas mileage – unless you are buying a completely electric car, you will have to consider how much you will be paying each time you head to the pump. While there will be gas mileage Read More

Happy National Bike Month!

Bike Facts May is National Bike Month, which is the perfect time to swap out your car for your two-wheeled transportation method. Not only is biking around great exercise, but it also helps you be a little bit more environmentally friendly in your daily life.  To help you enjoy bike month a little more, keep these bike month facts in mind to impress your friends. Karl von Drais, a German baron invented a horseless carriage in 1817 to help him get around faster. The two-wheeled, pedal-less Read More

Get a Free Gas Card When You Refer a Friend!

Refer a Friend Do you have a friend or family member who is looking to get the insurance coverage that they deserve? Then refer them to us! By filling out the simple online form, you can help us reach out to your friend. As a thank you, you will receive a gas card for a successful referral. Since 1921, we have been offering insurance policies that are specially tailored to your specific needs. Our dedicated and experienced agents are able to provide you with the individual, small town Read More

What You Need To Know About Boat Insurance

Boat Insurance 101 Buying a new boat means that you can start enjoying summer the right way – on the water with the wind blowing through your hair. However, before you head out on the water for the first time, it is important to make sure that your new investment is protected with the right amount of insurance. Keep these boat insurance basics in mind to ensure that you are protected from any peril this boating season. Your homeowners insurance will not cut it – many new boaters assume Read More