What’s the #1 Fall Driving Danger if You Live in Virginia?

in insider, safety tips, driving, report a claim, auto insurance, Virginia, winter, coverage, claim, car insurance, fall, distracted driving, crash, Car accident, roadside assistance, speeding, weather, car, insurance claim, driving safety, drivingrules, texting and driving, pedestrians, protection, deer, How to keep your car insurance rates low, Tips to avoid a deer collision Oct 12, 2021

Did you know that the fall is one of the most dangerous seasons of the year on Virginia highways? In October 2019, the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles reported 12,568 traffic crashes statewide, which resulted in 86 fatalities and 6,036 injuries, the highest totals for any other month in 2018. September and November bring their own unique challenges for Virginia drivers and car insurance.      With summer in the rearview mirror and kids...

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Fall Means Peak Hurricane Season For Virginia

in wind damage, homeowner tips, safety tips, homeowners insurance, flood insurance, flooding, Virginia, hurricane season, severe weather, coverage, car insurance, home maintenance, fall, home insurance, home inventory, local agent, weather, home, hurricane prep Sep 18, 2021

Peak hurricane season is here, Virginia! August 15th to Nov 30 is when we see some of our most active weather in the tropics. September 10th statistically marks the height of Atlantic hurricane season. NOAA's forecast calls for above-normal tropical activity this hurricane season. NOAA expects six to ten storms will become major hurricanes, with winds of 74 mph or stronger and three to five major hurricanes (category 3, 4, or 5) with winds of...

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My Car Flooded! What Should I Do?

in insider, driving, flooding, Virginia, severe weather, hail, coverage, claim, car insurance, rain, trees, roadside assistance, comprehensive coverage, weather, what should you do if your car floods?, my car flooded, Steps to take if your car floods Sep 15, 2021

Virginia is no stranger to flash flooding. On July 8, flash flooding ravaged Northern Virginia, D.C., and Maryland. This historic deluge unloaded up to 4 inches of rain in some areas in 1 hour, causing historic flooding to major roads during the morning rush hour.

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3 New Virginia Laws That Affect Drivers on July 1st

in driving, auto insurance, Virginia, car insurance, impaired driving, ridesharing, driving safety, driving rules, cell phone driving laws, driving laws, Virginia laws, bicycle safety, DUI, what are the driving laws in Virginia?, marijuana use in a car in Virginia, new driving laws, share the road, legalizing cannabis Jun 29, 2021

This year is adding up to be a year of change for the commonwealth. From 2021 legislation regarding balloon releasing, voting rights, and gun control taking effect Thursday, July 1, a few new laws will affect Virginia motorists. To add to last year's new driving laws, drivers in the commonwealth will see definitions around the use of legalized cannabis in a car, changes in state auto insurance minimums, and driving with bicyclist's safety in...

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How to Review Your Home and Car Insurance | NNINS

in homeowners insurance, flood insurance, Virginia, coverage, car insurance, home insurance, home inventory, local agent, comprehensive coverage, save money, insurance awareness day, insurance policy Jun 28, 2021

There's a day for everything now, right?! June 28th is National Insurance Awareness Day and we may a little bit bias, but this one is actually quite important. It was created to remind people to have an annual insurance check-up. Life in Virginia happens and things change, and those changes can have a real impact on you and your family. Big things like hurricanes, car accidents, and tornadoes. Your home insurance and car insurance can protect...

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