How to Save On Gas in Virginia

in insider, driving, Virginia, travel, summer, vacation, road trip, checklist, travel delays, saving money, Ways to save money on gas, gas prices in Virginia, save money on gas Jun 10, 2021

Despite the end of the cyberattack on one of the largest fuel pipeline operators on the east coast, Colonial Pipeline, gas prices in Virginia remain stubbornly high. Virginians are joining other states, ready to get out of the house and start traveling again. The summer driving season is underway. Additionally, economic conditions are right for a growth in demand. What does it all mean?  Gas prices are about $1.11/gallon higher than this time...

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4 Simple Ways To Protect Home While You're On Vacation | NNINS

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The travel season is here. As Virginia slowly reopens and we find safe ways to resume normal activities, you may be ready for a vacation! The commonwealth has incredible options. Whether you travel to Virginia’s gorgeous beaches, camp along the Blue Ridge, or visit family you've so dearly missed this past year, the last thing you want is to worry about something happening to your home while you’re away.

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Is Renters Insurance Worth It? | NNINS

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Lisa, from our marketing team, lives with her husband and son in Richmond. She knows, first hand, how important renters insurance is to protect her and her family from a big financial loss within their rented home. Here's her straight talk:

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Virginia Ranks as Highest State for Speeding and Reckless Driving | NNINS

in driving, auto insurance, Virginia, car insurance, distracted driving, teen driver, travel, speeding, laws, insurance claim, driving safety, reckless driving, driving record, speeding ticket, texting and driving, new law, driving rules, stay at home Mar 23, 2021

In March of last year, travel and commuting came to a screeching halt across the United States due to the Covid pandemic. Many insurers, including Northern Neck Insurance, voluntarily returned car insurance premium due to a reduction in miles driven as Virginians quarantined. With significantly fewer cars on the roads, you would think that would translate into fewer speeding violations in Virginia. That's not what happened.

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Driving at Night Safety Tips

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When I was a college student, I was traveling home on a rural road late at night when I noticed I was quickly approaching a very slow-moving car. It seemed to be lost or having mechanical issues. I slowed down, but before I knew what happened, the other car came to a screeching stop and I rear-ended it. I was shaken up but relieved it was only a fender bender. Then the doors opened, two men got out, talked briefly, and then headed towards my...

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