The End of 'Comprehensive' Automobile Coverage

The End of 'Comprehensive' Automobile Coverage

Most insurers no longer offer 'Comprehensive' automobile coverage, the age-old sidekick of 'Collision' coverage. Now, you have the option of 'Collision' coverage and 'Other-Than-Collision' coverage. What's changed and why did it change?

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Why You Should Never Insure a Personal Auto on Your Business Auto Policy

Why You Should Never Insure a Personal Auto on Your Business Auto Policy

The Business Auto policy (BAP) is the standard policy used to insure vehicles that are used in a business/for business purposes. The BAP can insure the vehicles to cover almost any liability that could arise, along with Comprehensive, Collision, Medical Payments, and other coverages. The BAP is a very robust program, but all of the coverage could be compromised if personal automobiles are insured by the BAP.

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The Dangers of Ride Sharing

The Dangers of Ride Sharing

The recession was hard on everybody, but especially so for Generation Y. Millenials came up with a creative answer to the hardships though, and it came in the form of a sharing society. Now many people are sharing their physical assets for a fee. Most notable are companies like Uber who are lining up drivers with people who need rides. While it's a great idea in theory, find out why you should be very careful when using these services.

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