Effective April 1, 2014, we have made updates to our California personal auto pay plan options. 6 month plans: – 16.7% down with 5 installments (electronic funds transfer) – 20% down with 4 installments – 20% down with 5 installments – 20% down with 5 installments (electronic funds transfer) – 50% down with 1 installment – Paid In Full 12… Read More »New California Auto Insurance Payment Plans
What insurance do labs really need? In this short article we provide answers to some of the most common insurance related questions. Today dental lab owners and lab technicians can be sued. But it is never late to give your business insurance a check-up and determine the type of liability insurance you need to have and then to make sure… Read More »What insurance do dental labs really need?
According to Safe Kids USA, children are twice as likely to be killed by a vehicle on Halloween compared to other days of the year. Take extra caution behind the wheel on Halloween and use the following driving tips to keep trick-or-treaters safe. – Yield to Trick-or-Treaters: Be prepared for children to run into the street at anytime. – Refrain… Read More »Halloween Safe-Driving Tips
– Young Children When children have outgrown a convertible safety seat, they should use a booster seat until they are 10 years old. Even when young children are tall enough to use an adult seat belt, they should ride in the backseat until they are 13 years old. – Toddlers Keep toddlers in a rear-facing, convertible safety seat for as… Read More »Tips for Driving Safely With Children
Avoid Cramming, Pack Right. Even though your son or daughter will try to fit every last piece of dorm room equipment into the car, make sure whoever is driving is able to see out of the rearview mirror despite a fully packed car. Nothing should be packed above seat level in order to avoid projectile movement of objects if the need… Read More »Back to School: Driving Safety Tips
It’s time to go back to school! Consider these valuable back-to-school carpooling tips as you pile the kids in the car and take them to school. Meet with your fellow carpoolers. Get to know your fellow carpoolers to gauge how responsible of a driver they are. Use that time to establish some ground rules in terms of pick-up and drop-off times… Read More »Five Back to School Carpooling Tips
According to the GMAC Insurance Company, 4 out of 10 young adult drivers, ages 18-24, would fail the driver’s test if they took it today. While the youngest group proved to be the least knowledgeable when it comes to safe driving, 32% of 25-34 year old drivers would also fail the driver’s test if they took it today. Almost 1… Read More »Drivers Test Proves Difficult for Younger Adult Drivers
If knowing the rules of the road is any indication of safe driving habits, then men are the safer drivers. That’s according to the 7th Annual GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test. This year, men had a test score that was slightly higher than 80%. That is significantly higher than females, who averaged just above 74%. What is more telling is… Read More »Who is Safer Behind the Wheel: Men or Women?