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Avoiding Scams and Fraud

April is Financial Education Awareness Month. One of the best ways to improve or maintain your financial well-being is to be vigilant in avoiding scams, schemes, and fraud. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! Here are a few of the more common types of fraud […]

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  • Safe Driving as We Spring Forward

    While daylight saving time means that warmer weather is on the way, it also means that you will lose an hour of sleep. Changes to your sleep schedule take a few days to adjust, meaning that you or others may be feeling drowsy when driving. According to a study from […]

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  • Insurance Tips for Car Shopping This President’s Day Weekend

    Presidents Day weekend is the kickoff to the sales year for Auto dealers and a well-known time of year to get good deals on a new car. Dealerships take advantage of increased inventory of new year models and available manufacturer incentives. If you’re shopping for a new car, you can’t […]

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  • Driving for a Rideshare? Check to see if your coverage applies!

    Driving for a rideshare or “transportation network service” such as Lyft or Uber has become a popular primary source of income for many people as well as a way to earn additional money on the side. However, if you are interested in driving for a rideshare service, you may need […]

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  • Winter Safety Tips

    With an initial blast of winter weather earlier this week and more possibly on the way, it’s important to make sure that you have a few safety items with you in your car. What you keep in your trunk could mean the difference between getting to your destination safely and […]

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  • Shop Safely This Holiday Season

    Holiday shopping can be frustrating enough on its own. Throw in the added stress of a pandemic to arguing over parking spaces, fender benders, vehicle break-ins, and even car theft, and surviving the holiday shopping season can turn the cheeriest Who in Whoville into a Grinch. Here are some tips for […]

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  • Electing the Right Coverages for You Under Your Policy

    Election day is a great time to talk about electing coverages under your auto insurance policy. Auto insurance can be confusing, but it’s an important purchase. It’s important to understand the different coverages available to you, which ones are required, and what levels of coverage will help protect you and […]

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  • Halloween Safety Tips

    Halloween is upon us. You may feel that you already see some scary driving on the roads, but you will want to take extra precautions for little ghouls, goblins, and ghosts running around looking for candy. While some areas and neighborhoods have cancelled trick-or-treating due to the pandemic, not all […]

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  • Maryland Auto Insurance Can Help Get You on the Road to Recovery

    The coronavirus pandemic has caused financial hardships for many Marylanders including those who have lost jobs or missed work due to illness. This may result in a loss of insurance coverage. As drivers begin to get back on the road, some may have difficulty finding insurance coverage from standard carriers […]

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  • How to Celebrate National Drive-Thru Day

    National Drive-Thru Day is celebrated this year on Friday, July 24, 2020. Drive-thrus have always been a convenient way to grab food on the go, but over the past several months the role of drive-thrus has grown. During COVID-19, many retailers who don’t traditionally offer drive-thru service have expanded to […]

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