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There are many changes that have happened over the last couple months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Changes that you might not have noticed if you’ve been staying home are the ones happening on the road. There’s been significantly less traffic in commonly bustling cities, record-low gas prices and a plethora of speeding tickets. So, what will happen when people start driving normally again?Read More »How COVID-19 Has Changed Traffic, Car Insurance, and More in the U.S.
In the United States, having a car is just a part of life. Public transportation is limited in most places, so having your own vehicle is essential to getting where you need to go. Some people have their cars for years and years until it just can’t drive anymore. Others choose to lease their vehicle or trade it in for a new model every few years. So, how does your choice in vehicle and lifestyle affect your Auto Insurance?Read More »The Life Cycle of Your Car & How it Affects Auto Insurance
Is your vehicle’s warranty about to run out? Then, you might be considering purchasing either an extended warranty or Mechanical Breakdown Coverage. However, you might be confused about which one is the better option. We’re here to help you figure out the best type of coverage for you and your car. Understanding the differences between Mechanical Breakdown Coverage and an extended warranty will bring you that much closer to having peace of mind on the road.Read More »The Benefits of Mechanical Breakdown Coverage
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Have you noticed that more and more people are moving to Texas? Maybe not everyone is, but many people are becoming interested in the Lone Star State. So,… Read More »Here’s Why Everyone is Moving to Texas and How AIS Can Help
Has your car been making a weird noise lately? Then, it might be time to trade it in for a newer model. Depending on just how long you’ve owned your car, you may have already paid it off. That’s a nice feeling. But it’s not a nice feeling to have to fork over a few thousand dollars every six months to get a different car part fixed. In fact, the nicest feeling would be to get a new car instead. Read More »8 Signs It’s Time To Get A New Car (And Which Cars To Avoid Buying)