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The Uses of Umbrella Insurance

Umbrella Insurance is an extra layer of protection. It is designed to be extra coverage to your existing homeowners or auto insurance. It is there to help protect you from large claims and lawsuits by providing additional coverage past your other policy’s limits. Umbrella coverage helps protect from bodily injury, personal injury, property damage, and landlord liability. Additionally, if you... Read More
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Top 5 Reasons to Update Your Insurance

It can be easy to forget about your insurance coverages. Most of the time you can go long periods of time without thinking about it. But keeping your coverage up to date is important. Having the right and relevant coverages can help protect you and your family financially. So how do you know when it’s time to reevaluate your insurance?... Read More

Winter Tires vs Winter Chains

If you are new to cold weather driving, it may not be apparent how to prepare to drive in wintery conditions. A common question that drivers face is when to get snow tires and when to use chains on their tires. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. However, for most drivers, a good set of snow tires will usually... Read More

How to Drive on Icy Roads

With the harsh weather in full effect, it’s important that you brush up on your driving knowledge. Driving on ice is a notoriously dangerous activity. While, it is best to avoid driving in inclement weather, that may not always be possible. When driving in icy conditions, it’s important to stay vigilant! Here are some quick tips to help you stay... Read More

Distracted Driving in Amherst & Massachusetts State

Distracted driving is serious, and the problem is not just texting. As a U.S. state, Massachusetts is not free from responsibility. Why are Amherst and the state of Massachusetts at serious risk? What has been done to mitigate the problem in our state? The Problem According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 3,477 people were killed... Read More