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Archives: August 2020

Your guide to electric motorcycles currently on the market

As we navigate our current situation, some of us are taking our first look at motorcycles, as they’re a great way to find some enjoyment, while also social distancing. Veteran riders might be looking for a new motorcycle that’s more eco-friendly. So, this is a great time to look at the motorcycles of the future. One of the hot topics when discussing the future of...

Tips to help keep your car running properly in the summer heat

This summer, drivers in the U.S. are taking more long trips than they were before the pandemic, according to the Maryland Transportation Institute. While the high temperatures of summer—on their own—can pose a threat to your vehicle’s working condition, hazards are heightened when more vehicles are on the road. We’re sharing maintenance tips to help keep your car running smoothly through the summer’s heat—and help...

What Makes Restaurant Insurance Different From Other Business Insurance?

No matter how hard you work to ensure everything goes smoothly, problems can and do arise in a restaurant. Restaurant owners have exposure to a wide range of risks that make them vulnerable to liability and financial loss. Restaurant insurance is different from other types of business insurance as it is designed to address the unique risks faced by business owners in the foodservice industry....

Am I Required To Have Homeowners Insurance?

There is no law that says you have to purchase homeowners insurance if you own a home, as stated by the Insurance Information Institute (III). However, very few home buyers can pay cash upfront for such an expensive purchase. Most people will need to finance most of the cost of a home, and that means going to a mortgage lender. As a condition for obtaining...

Rain and motorcycle riding: How you can stay safe

As motorcyclists, we understand the call of the open road. We seek the joys of natural-world experiences and desire more than air-conditioned car rides enduring—at best—the scent of cardboard pine trees dangling from rearview mirrors. While we welcome nature’s open-air sights and smells, there are admittedly some uncontrollable elements that we face on the road. Consider rain—its scent usually reaches our nostrils just before it...