Eye-Opening Roadside Statistics Explain Why Auto Insurance Premiums Continue To Rise

Even as automobiles are bundled with increasingly sophisticated safety features, roadside fatalities are rising. These findings begin to explain the confounding rise in roadside fatalities, despite additional safety features: 47% of motorists reported they are comfortable texting while driving, no matter how many well-intentioned information campaigns are launched. Insurers report the use of smartphones by motorists to talk, text and access the internet as a... Read Article

Frequently Asked Fridays: What To Do In The Event Of A Car Accident

What do you do in event of an accident? Believe it or not, we get asked this question VERY often. Typically, it's because many drivers spend years without getting into any accidents or fender benders so they forget the necessary steps. #FrequentlyAskedFridays     Here's a 5-step guide to refresh your memory: MOVE TO SAFE AREA Stop your car and move to a safe area... Read Article

Frequently Asked Fridays - What Is Gap Insurance?

What is gap insurance and why do I need it? Gap insurance can be added to any car insurance policy and protects car owners against losses that can arise when the amount of compensation received from a total loss does not fully cover the amount the insured owes on the vehicle's financing or lease agreement. These endorsements provide coverage limits in excess of the actual... Read Article

What The 'Hands Free Georgia Act' Means For GA Drivers

On May 2nd, 2018, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law the “Hands Free Georgia Act”. The law takes effect July 1st, 2018 and will require the use of hands free technology for mobile electronic devices while driving. A wireless device includes phones, personal digital assistant, laptops, tablets, GPS receivers or any similar portable devices to send/receive data or communications.  A driver may not: Hold or support any... Read Article

What You Need To Know About Georgia's Distracted Driving Bill

Is it illegal to use snapchat while driving in the state of Georgia? The answer may be yes. via GIPHY On March 29th, the Georgia General Assembly approved House Bill 673. If this bill gets signed by Governor Nathan Deal, the law will go into effect July 1, 2018. So here's what you need to know: What Will Be Prohibited? Holding or supporting, with any... Read Article