Auto Tips

Are self-driving cars safer?

It may seem like science fiction, but self-driving cars are already on the road. We will likely see an increase in driverless vehicles in the years to come, as technology and government regulations merge to create roadway systems that allow for this new type of transportation. However, you may be asking yourself: how safe are… Read More

Published on November 24, 2021
Auto Tips

Car repair during COVID

If anything is routine in life, car repair and regularly scheduled maintenance certainly fit the bill. In “normal times”, regular oil changes, tire rotations and battery checks, and the occasional car repair have been, for the most part, without fuss or inconvenience. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, car repair and scheduled maintenance have become… Read More

Published on November 17, 2021

Defensive driving: now more important than ever

We’ve all been dealing with a climate of heightened risk over the past year and a half. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to reevaluate the potential hazards involved in pretty much everything we do: from mundane activities such as grocery shopping and pharmacy runs to less frequent excursions like adventures abroad or trips to… Read More

Published on November 15, 2021
Car Insurance, Insurance101

Surprising things your car insurance covers

Your car insurance coverage shouldn’t be a mystery. Knowing what your car insurance does and doesn’t cover is crucial information, and something you’ll want to know before you have to file a claim. Feeling a little foggy about what your insurance plan covers? No worries. Read on for a fuller understanding of your coverage. What’s… Read More

Published on November 11, 2021
Car Insurance

What if you need short-term car insurance?

Though uncommon, there are times in your life when a long-term car insurance policy doesn’t make sense. In fact, in the UK, our sister company Veygo offers temporary policies for monthly, daily, or even hourly periods of time. But in the US, car insurance is sold on a long-term basis. Nearly all insurance carriers provide… Read More

Published on November 9, 2021
Safety, Seasonal Tips

The daylight saving time effect

Daylight saving time has its origins back before the Industrial Revolution, but it certainly has no shortage of modern-day critics. Given that the practice was first proposed in 1895 and first adopted in the 1900s, largely to conserve coal during wartime, we’d say it’s more than fair to debate its current relevance. We also think… Read More

Published on November 3, 2021