First Insurance Group Blog: auto insurance
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014In recent years, automakers have added numerous safety features to vehicles. Technology improvements have made cars safer. Anti-lock brakes are now considered standard and new optional features are available to aid in preventing accidents. If you are in the market for a new car, consider researching car safety options before making your final selection. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, August 27, 2014Are you on the hunt for a new car? Car shopping can be an exciting time, but also stressful — since most people are limited by their budgets. But while many people get caught up budgeting for a monthly car loan payment, they sometimes forget to budget in a monthly car insurance premium as well. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 11, 2014Everyone is looking for ways to cut costs these days. Ideas like turning down your thermostat and carpooling are commonly mentioned, but don't overlook reducing your insurance rates. Here are four tips to save money on your car insurance. READ MORE >>
Thursday, April 3, 2014Seniors are often thought of as bad drivers, as caricatures with coke bottle glasses focused two inches below the dashboard. But, in reality, seniors are one-third as likely to cause wrecks as young adults under age 24, which is the most reckless age group of drivers. Why do people tend to think otherwise? READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 26, 2014Most people are interested in getting a bargain, especially when it comes to shopping for car insurance. Before settling for just any “deal,” take a look at these five auto insurance discounts and ask your independent agent if you’re eligible to receive them. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, March 4, 2014Now that the worst of winter is behind us, it’s time to give your car some tender loving care. Road salt is highly corrosive and can easily rust metal components, speed up any existing rust and scratch up your paint job. Your car’s undercarriage faces the biggest risks because it must survive the snow, salt and sand that is kicked up by the tires. READ MORE >>