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Is Driving Still Safe for Your Senior Loved One? Your parent or another dear one is getting older but still independent. Yet, you’re concerned they’re not as skilled behind the wheel as they used to be. If you have concerns about an older adult's ability to drive, addressing them promptly could literally be a matter of life and death. READ MORE >>

  Importance of Dates and Times on an Insurance Policy We’re not talking about dinner and a movie but a tricky thing to note about the dates on a calendar and your car insurance. This could save you money, time and/or hassle, plus avoid potential future lapses. READ MORE >>

What is a Grace Period? We often hear the words "grace period" in car insurance.  A “grace period” is extra time that an insurance company may offer for you to make your car insurance payment past your normal due date. READ MORE >>

Are you planning to obtain a new auto insurance policy? Perhaps you are looking for quotes on an auto insurance policy to save money. When asked about your driving record, be honest. Not doing so is going to cost you in the long term. Most drivers will find car insurance even if they have a few points on their license. READ MORE >>

Pet Holiday Safety Tips by Solo Insurance® We love our pets at Solo Insurance® and know lots of people plan to include their furry and feathered companions in their holiday season festivities.  Here in the middle of the holiday season, it’s a good idea to double check all your decorations and plans with your pet(s) in mind. READ MORE >>

When an accident occurs, do the right thing. Report it. Call the police to get an official statement over what happened on record. Be sure to file a police report. Then, call your auto insurance agent. The fact is, if you do not report it, chances are they will learn about it anyway. READ MORE >>

You’re told you need an SR22/SR-22…now what?    What’s an SR22? An SR-22, or SR22, is a simple a document that gets submitted to the state on your behalf by your car insurance carrier. READ MORE >>

Auto insurance companies in most states use credit scores to determine the risk and provide car insurance rates. A good score could help reduce what you pay each month. People with good credit scores could save money; plus, it’s wise for many things to work to boost your credit score. But, how to do it? READ MORE >>

Owning a vehicle is a big responsibility. Even if you never take it out onto the road, it tends to be a good decision to maintain proper auto insurance on it. This can help protect your investment. However, the laws on this differ from one state to the next. A vehicle not on the road may not legally have to have coverage. READ MORE >>

Ugh.....water damaged your car...now what? Wherever you are, you always want to avoid high water because it doesn’t mix well with vehicles, especially computer and electrical systems.  With the flooding in Virginia Beach and the Texas Coastal area most recently, sometimes the damage can’t be avoided. READ MORE >>

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