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Every so often clients ask if it’s a good idea to change their car insurance company.  It’s a personal decision, and we want our clients to have options.  Having said this, there’s always an ad or agent telling you, you can switch any time and their rates will save you hundreds of dollars. READ MORE >>

Not only do you typically receive a discount for paid in full, but you’ll save on installment fees, late fees, reinstatement fees and avoid non-pay cancellation issues for the policy period.  You might not be too surprised to learn most insurance companies charge an administrative/inst... READ MORE >>

At Solo Insurance® we do primarily car insurance plus other vehicle insurance like motorcycles, ATVs, commercial vehicles.  We are a family and love our pets. Maverick, our first Giant [Giant Schnauzer, that is, and first show dog] is our mascot, may he RIP. READ MORE >>

Your car insurance company can either cancel or non-renew your auto insurance policy at any time, IF you violate one or more of its guidelines during your policy period.  Each state has its own guidelines and regulations for insurance companies to follow but there are some general principles that typically apply. READ MORE >>

Did you know that car insurance doesn’t cover personal items in your vehicle? By Solo Insurance® Personal items left in your car are unprotected by car insurance policies.  I learned the hard way when I was first driving.  Whether your car is stolen or broken into, your things like CDs, purses, laptops, tablets, phones, etc. READ MORE >>

Three Tips for Car Insurance Savvy Whether you’re in Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Texas or Virginia (or the rest of our 50 states), here’s a few things to put in your book of knowledge about car insurance.  1.      Brand loyalty can cost you READ MORE >>

The Dirty Little Secret About Roadside Assistance   It seems everyone wants Roadside Assistance with their insurance policies, whether liability or full coverage.  It’s a great perk and good to have…for emergencies. READ MORE >>

“Full coverage” means that you, as a driver, are legally insured (with at least state required Liability coverage) and that you have physical damage coverage for your car.  It is commonly called full coverage but isn't something you can check off on a quote sheet.   READ MORE >>

Police in the rear view with the lights on…does this make you nervous because you don’t have car insurance? What car insurance coverage do you need to be legal?    Do you just want to be legal when driving?  Ask for Liability or “Liability only.”   READ MORE >>

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