Question 42 in 100 Insurance Questions in 100 Days Video Series The place to see what you are actually covered for exists on your declarations page. This is where you find out how much protection you have (or don’t have) for liability, property damage, physical damage, medical payments, and so much more. Your New York insurance policy hinges on the information displayed on these pages. If you don’t see a charge for something you hoped would be covered, it probably isn’t.
Question 32 in 100 Insurance Questions in 100 Days Video Series When deciding whether or not to take the defensive driver course in New York State when trying to save extra money on your auto insurance. You’d be wise to consider the information in this short video. It’s not all that it seems and you could be doing yourself a disservice if your savings is MORE than it is supposed to be.
Question 19 in 100 Insurance Questions in 100 Days. We’ve seen the ads: Bundle your home and auto and save!! While that might be true, it might also not always be your best deal! In fact, a large percentage of clients have their home and auto policies split because that deal was better than the bundled price or coverage! Watch more above to see why!
Question 17 in 100 Insurance Questions in 100 Days This is a common question and one that doesn’t always offer a favorable answer. Most insurance companies are going to go back 5-years for all drivers on the policy. Any infraction will impact the overall rate of the policy. This is why having a small claim can often be more costly over time than the actual dollar amount of the claim. Watch the video for more information.
Question 4 of 100 Insurance Questions in 100 Days Though your actual score might not be used when a company asks to review your credit worthiness, how you’ve handled your credit will be. Almost every insurance company requires a credit check before a final quote can be provided. This check helps make up your insurance score. The better your credit, the better your score might be. Even with good credit, if you’re an inexperienced driver, or have had a few claims, you could still see rates higher than you would probably like.