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  1. How to Save a Few Dollars

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    Category: Our Blog

    With all the holidays coming up, you may be wondering how to afford all those little things that seem to add up this time of year. Gifts, dinner parties, you name it… it feels like your wallet rarely has time to breathe in December. Here are some tips to help save you a few bucks […]

  2. What to Pack for a Road Trip

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    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    Whether you are planning a long car ride to visit family for the holidays, or you just want to take a leisurely trip out for the day, packing the car for a road trip can be daunting. What should you bring with you to make your trip enjoyable? Here are some ideas to help make […]

  3. Are You Ready for the Gift Giving Season?

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    Category: Our Blog

    For some people, shopping is a great experience. Finding the perfect gift is a welcomed challenge and something they look forward to when given the opportunity. For others, shopping for presents can feel torturous. Not knowing what to buy for loved ones can sometimes turn a nice outing at the mall into an afternoon full […]

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  4. 5 Reasons You Need Comprehensive Auto Coverage

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    Category: InsuranceOur Blog

    When you look at your automobile, what do you see? Is it your pride and joy or is it just four wheels and an engine that take you to work each day? Either way, you car or truck is important to your way of life. It gets you where you need to be so you […]

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  5. Creating a Home Inventory

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    Category: EducationalInsuranceOur Blog

    There are many items in your home that have value to you. Whether it is your grandmother’s afghan or the kitchen set you saved up for and finally purchased, your belongings reflect your personality and deserve to be protected. But when a fire or break-in threatens that protection, it can be hard to regain those […]

  6. Tips to Help Prolong Your iPhone Battery Life

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    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    It never fails. You are in the middle of reading a great Facebook post or about to take the perfect picture when your iPhone automatically turns off due to lack of battery. Why does it feel like the battery life is getting shorter and shorter every day? The longer you have your iPhone, the more […]

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  7. 4 Tips to Prepare for Natural Disasters

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    Category: EducationalInsuranceOur Blog

    While California may not have hurricanes or tornadoes as often as the rest of the United States, California certainly has its share of natural disasters. From flooding to wildfires to earthquakes, Californians have many occasions to worry about protecting their homes and loved ones during a natural disaster. The best way to protect all your […]

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  8. Day Tripping Before School Starts

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    Category: LocalOur Blog

    With only a short time until summer is over, you may be thinking of a few day trips you and your family can take before school gets underway. Catching a little bit of family time before everyone starts hitting the books again can be a great way to end the summer. Here are some ideas […]

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  9. What is Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage?

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    Category: InsuranceOur Blog

    Although car owners are required to have car insurance, many people throughout the country remained uninsured. In fact, half of the states Webster Insurance agents are qualified to write insurance for rank in the top twenty in percentage of uninsured car owners – Washington (10), California (15), and Nevada (20). Auto insurance requirements also vary […]

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  10. How to Protect your Boat from Severe Weather

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    Category: EducationalOur Blog

    In states with the largest coastline, California sits behind only Alaska and Florida with 840 miles of land touching the Pacific Ocean. That makes boating rather popular in the Golden State, marinas stretching from Sacramento to San Diego and everywhere in between. California’s location also leaves the state exposed to hurricanes and cyclones. Do you […]

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