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Miller's Insurance Agency Blog: auto insurance

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  The first step in determining whether a car is totaled (or, in insurance terms, a total loss) is to calculate its actual cash value (ACV) at the time of the loss. The ACV is how much your vehicle is worth after factoring in depreciation. READ MORE >>

  Daydreaming while driving is more dangerous than you’d think – and our new review of police data shows just when drivers might be “lost in thought” enough to cause a fatal crash. READ MORE >>

  The term “high-mileage vehicle” can sometimes be interpreted as “rust bucket” or “clunker,” but the truth is today’s vehicles are built better than ever. A car with 100,000 miles is no longer the maximum life expectancy for a vehicle. READ MORE >>

    If you need to repair or replace the car’s windshield due to damage, choose a reputable vehicle service shop. There is a growing fraud problem with “glass harvesters” or “windshield bullies,” who try to pressure consumers into making unnecessary repairs. READ MORE >>

You missed a payment on your auto insurance policy. The agency sent you a letter. They will cancel your policy. What do you do? This type of situation can occur for many reasons. Most commonly, the owner made a mistake. Your auto insurance company knows this. READ MORE >>

A teen preparing to go to college needs to update his or her auto insurance policy. Doing so may reflect some key benefits. Depending on the situation, the cost of insurance may drop. In other cases, it is important to let the agent know about the changes. Getting ready to go off to school means preparing many things. READ MORE >>

Maintaining auto insurance is essential. A period of time when you do not have coverage can make it harder to get new coverage. Auto insurance can lapse for many reasons. Perhaps the most common one is nonpayment. If you do not have coverage, you are at a high risk of exposure. READ MORE >>

Buying auto insurance can be a big process. There are several types of policy options available. Before choosing, you will need to consider what type of protection is right for your vehicle. Most people need liability insurance. This legally-required coverage protects other drivers. READ MORE >>

The more information a car insurer has about you, the better, right? Insurance agents usually base prices and coverage on the amount of risk a driver presents. Those with little risk usually pay less. Those who are more likely to be in an accident pay more. But, how do insurers know how much risk you present? READ MORE >>

Accidents can occur anywhere in the home. Many times, the location does not matter. Your homeowners insurance will cover the loss. However, the driveway can become an area of concern. If an accident occurs here, does your home insurance cover it? Does your car insurance kick in? READ MORE >>

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