Category: Auto Insurance


  • No-Fault States (And Why You Should Care About Them)

    It was recently brought to our attention, when a car smashed into the back of Leo and Chris’s rental car in Hawaii, that some states operate much differently than Washington when it comes to auto insurance and accidents. States like Hawaii operate as “no-fault” states, meaning that drivers have insurance to cover their own injuries […]

    October 25, 2018

  • I Was in a Wreck! Now What?

    Most people, thankfully, don’t have a lot of experience with getting in car accidents. The very nature of an “accident” means it’s unplanned and unexpected, which means it’s easy to get flustered at the scene and forget to take care of things that will help you with your insurance claim. That’s why we made this […]

    September 17, 2018

  • Understanding Auto Glass Coverage

    It happens when you least expect it – the sudden CRACK of a rock ricocheting off of your windshield. Whether it’s a fixable chip or a crack that spreads from end to end, it usually means a trip to the auto glass shop, which can cost hundreds of dollars. If you’ve got the minimum required […]

    June 21, 2018

  • How Would Your Insurance Stand up to a Volcano?

    In light of the recent eruption of Kilauea in the Hawaiian Islands, many people have started reconsidering the threat of a volcanic eruption in Washington. Volcanoes may seem like such a far-off hazard, but did you know that Western Washington has five active volcanoes? That’s one quarter of all active volcanoes in the continental U.S.! […]

    May 10, 2018

  • Preventing Pain from Pesky Potholes

    Let’s be honest – spring in Washington is less “April showers bring May flowers” and more “April showers bring May¬†showers.” And with all that rain and wet comes potholes – a nuisance in your driveway and a danger on the road. Whether the roadway is asphalt or gravel, most potholes are formed when water collects […]

    May 2, 2018

  • Driving: It Pays to Pay Attention

    There are a lot of reasons to take driving seriously, and yet so many drivers these days are distracted. April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and we wanted to take the opportunity to remind you that safe driving is an activity that requires constant focus. Distractions come in many forms – a backseat temper […]

    April 12, 2018

  • So You’ve Got A Teen Driver…

    Kids grow up fast. It seems like just yesterday you were watching your child take their first steps – and now you’re watching them take their first drive in the family car. Getting a driver’s license is a big milestone for teenagers, but it’s perhaps a bigger one for parents. Not only is your little […]

    March 29, 2018

  • Rental Car Insurance: Do You Really Need It?

    It’s the end of a long day of travel and you’re standing at the car rental counter, filling out paperwork, your mind already sipping a cocktail next to the pool. When you reach the part of the contract that offers insurance, you feel like you remember a friend telling you it’s not necessary…but you’re not […]

    January 30, 2018

  • I’m A Good Driver…Why Did My Premium Go Up?

    It’s the most common question we get: I’m a good driver, so why did my car insurance premium go up? Obviously, an at-fault accident or speeding ticket will likely cause a significant change in your car insurance premium. But if you’ve been a responsible driver, why are you still paying more this year? The truth […]

    November 1, 2017