When it comes to car insurance, there are a lot of complicated coverages, terms, and questions to juggle. You might have a lot of questions concerning car insurance, and one of the big ones is this: will car insurance cover your vehicle if you’re in an accident? (Even, err, if you were at fault?) The answer depends on what coverages you carry, and there’s one in particular that we’ll discuss in relation to this scenario – collision coverage.
If you’re moving in the near future, your mind is probably filled with thoughts of house hunting – not to mention selling your current place. But there’s one part of the whole moving process that it’s important not to leave until the last minute. Unless you have magic powers and can poof your belongings to your new home, you’re going to need to hire a moving company. This is a big decision, as you’ll probably want only the best of the best transporting your possessions. That’s why we’re put together this checklist for choosing a mover.
As we find ourselves in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of questions are coming up in the insurance world with regards to whether insurance policies can provide any relief to landlords for the tenant’s inability to pay. It’s unfortunately quite sobering to think of how many people have lost their jobs due to the current coronavirus pandemic. To date, unemployment claims in the United States are nearing 17 million, so it’s best to be prepared for an increasingly likely scenario in which your tenant cannot pay their rent. Would insurance cover this loss of rental income, and if so, what coverage would be needed? For landlords, it’s important to understand what is and is not covered – and why.
We’re living through a very stressful and worrying time as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The state of the country has been affecting many small businesses, trucking and towing businesses included. Here at InsuranceHub, we’ve been monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and working to find solutions that can alleviate the financial strain for our transportation insurance customers. We know that this is an extremely stressful time, and we want to help. Here are a few questions we’ll consider to see if we can be of assistance.
Truckers and motor carriers are subject to a lot of regulations and a lot of rules. The FMCSA is the government entity that motor carriers have to know about, as it’s responsible for overseeing safety for commercial motor vehicles. So, FMCSA is a big deal in the trucking world, but why? It’s helpful to know exactly what the FMCSA does and the role it plays in the grand scheme of trucking. Here’s how that works.
Coronavirus has affected pretty much everyone. Businesses have closed, people are working from home, and a lot of people have been ordered to stay at home as the country is encouraged to social distance. Having to stay home in coronavirus quarantine can be hard, and it can be really difficult to feel at all productive or motivated in this uncertain time. If you’ve been left with hours upon hours to fill, here are a few ways you can pass the time while being productive.