Ask anyone in the insurance industry today, “How did you get into the business?” You will get a variety of answers. One answer that will not be on your list: “For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to be in the insurance business.” The profession of an Insurance Broker is years in the making, but generally comes from a referral or recommendation between friends and family members.
You’ve just gone out to eat at your favorite restaurant with friends and return to your car to find graffiti, key scratches, a broken tail light, and a shattered window. This is a shocking scene, and your first instinct might be to start trying to fix things or get into the car to assess damage. After all, this car was important to you on many levels beyond being a mode of transportation.
Carpool insurance may be the last thing on your mind as the days of summer come to an end. School is back in session! So you’re probably frantic gathering up school supplies and figuring out a daily schedule that includes taking the kids to class as well as after-school activities. Depending on your neighborhood or other nearby parents, you might even carpool other children along with your own. After all, it saves on gas money, cuts down on time, and gives your little ones extra time to socialize. It also evenly distributes vehicle wear between carpoolers and can help the environment by reducing emissions. That’s where carpool insurance may come into play, and why you should consider the effects of carpooling on your policy.
The boating season is slowly winding down, and that means you’ll soon be storing your favorite recreational vehicle. However, before you throw on a boat cover and call it good, consider that a little more boat winterization might extend the longevity of your boat. In addition, it’ll help you get back out on the open water faster come springtime!