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    Is It Time to Winterize Your RV?

    So, you’re not a year-round RV-er, or, at least not yet. (One can dream!) Which means another RV season is coming to a close. With cool fall and winter weather on the way, now is the time to make sure your rig will be ready when spring returns and you can hit the road again. […]

    November 4, 2016

  • Why Is My Credit Score Used When My Insurance is Quoted?

    You may consider it standard procedure here in Nashville that you are asked for your social security number when you ask for quotes on your home or auto insurance. What you might not know is that having your good credit score, which directly influences the insurance score insurance companies use to rate your insurance, can […]

    October 31, 2016

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    Help Your Dog Love Apartment Living

    Apartment living can have many advantages: low maintenance, close to work and entertainment, and ease of changing residence. But, if you’re a dog owner, apartment living can present some difficulties. You probably won’t have your own yard for him to play in, and your inside space may be somewhat compact. However, with enough exercise, stimulation […]

    September 28, 2016

  • Protecting Your In-Home Business

      So you finally took the leap and started your own business in your home. Congratulations! It’s time to make sure that you have the coverage you need for your business inventory, equipment, and cash. Typically, homeowners insurance policies don’t offer coverage for home-based businesses. Your business equipment stolen from your vehicle? Inventory ruined while […]

    September 27, 2016

  • Insurance and the Uninsured Driver – Is Umbrella Insurance Really Worth It?

    Jim was looking forward to a relaxing day of golf with his neighbor, Bob. Jim pulled into Jim’s drive and popped the trunk. Bob threw in his clubs and then hopped into the front passenger seat. “Great day for golf, Jim” Bob said as Jim drove out of his driveway in Brentwood and pulled onto […]

    September 20, 2016

  • Avoid the Most Common Campus Crime – Theft of Personal Property

    The most common crime your kids are likely to face while at college is theft of their personal property.  Students today take far more valuables to college than their parents’ generation did.  Smartphones and laptops are standard school supplies for today’s student, and they are pricey tools that would need to be immediately replaced if theft […]

    September 12, 2016

  • How to Deal With Road Rage: 5 Dos and Don’ts

    Have you ever noticed that, with roadway anger, it’s always the other guy’s fault? And, it very well could be. The thing is, you can’t control how other people drive. But, you can control how you respond to situations on the road that come across as inconsiderate or even hostile – yes, even when someone […]

    September 7, 2016

  • drivig on the D707 along the edge of the Namib desert

    Essential Driving Tips for Extreme Heat

    The sun is shining, your shades are on and there’s nothing ahead but miles and miles of enjoyment. You love being behind the wheel on a nice warm day. But, as the temperatures rise so do your chances of encountering car trouble, bringing your joy ride to a screeching hot stop. To help keep you […]

    August 25, 2016

  • Five Sure-Fire Ways to Get Your Car Stolen

    Most people would say their car is one of the most valuable assets they own – if not the most valuable. Despite that, however, some people make it downright easy for thieves to drive off in their pride and joy. We don’t want you walking out your door to an empty driveway or leaving the […]

    August 16, 2016