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Friday, July 14, 2023When you place your car in the garage, you expect to protect it from the elements. However, that’s not always a guarantee. Even when in the garage, the car can sustain damage from a variety of issues. Should this happen, will your home insurance or your car insurance cover the damage? READ MORE >>
Tuesday, April 18, 2023You might have heard that the best way to insure your household’s vehicles is to buy a multi-vehicle policy. This allows you the convenience of being able to insure every vehicle you own within a single plan, which does have its cost benefits. However, is this really the best choice for you? READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 20, 2022Moving to a new home can impact how much risk your vehicle faces. What worked for you in your old home might not work for you in your new one. Therefore, it is best to specifically review your auto policy during your move. Your insurance agent can help you update and adjust your coverage so that it remains effective in your new place. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 15, 2020Car accidents can be uncertain at the best of times, but this is especially true if the vehicle you are driving isn’t yours. If you’re driving a company vehicle and get in a wreck, a lot of uncertainty may come with the potential repercussions from your employer and who will cover the damages in what circumstances. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Details matter. When an accident occurs at your home, document the event thoroughly. The information you gather immediately can help home insurers to know what happened. Your Ten Eyck Group agent can help you. Still, the more information you provide, the better in most cases. READ MORE >>
Thursday, March 16, 2017http://www.insurancejournal.com/news/southcentral/2017/03/16/444639.htm No more texting and driving! Well at least legally... Now people will get fined when caught and maybe this will help the distracted driving accidents. One reason Texas auto rates are the way they are is due to the increase in accidents due to ditracted driving. READ MORE >>