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How to Compare Car Insurance Quotes

According to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), it’s a good idea to check your insurance policies once a year. Online car insurance comparisons have made the task easier than ever to compare car insurance quotes. Car Insurance Comparison Types There are two general types of online insurance sites. Some are lead generation sites

10 Types of Identity Theft You Should Know

“Risk Management” is a term often associated with businesses trying to reduce their exposure to certain negative factors that might impact their business. When it comes to individuals, risk management is also very important, especially now when the information age is in full swing and “personally identifiable information” is so valuable to ethical and unethical

What Is Cyber Security?

Cyber Security Definition Cyber security has become a buzzword lately. It can often come across as a tactic used by insurance companies and agents to instill a sense of paranoia, in hopes that you purchase a policy. We here at EINSURANCE aim to demystify this notion of cyber security and arm you with facts, so

How to Avoid Common Car Accidents

Driving has become a huge part of everyday life, and predictably certain types of car accidents have become more frequent. Some are more common than others. Most Common Accidents Types The most frequent car accidents collisions include the following: Rear-end Head-on Side impacts Dents and scrapes Avoiding Rear-End Collisions Rear-end collisions are most likely to

Do I Need Special Insurance to Drive for Uber and Lyft?

Ride-hailing, such as ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft, have disrupted how we get from Point A to Point B when we need a ride. And this is changing the way car insurance behaves. In other words, providers are creating coverage products specific to ridesharing. According to TheRideshareGuy.com, more than 700,000 drivers work for Lyft

Should You Bundle Home and Auto Insurance?

You go to purchase a homeowner’s insurance policy and you’re offered auto insurance, too, but you already have auto coverage from a different company. Should you bundle home and auto insurance? Is it worth the trouble? With some exceptions, bundling home and auto insurance is a good idea. As long as each policy has the