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Eagle Point Insurance Group, Inc. Blog: auto safety

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Do you know how to file an insurance claim? To be honest, even though I am an insurance agent, I didn’t know how to file a claim until I began working for an insurance agency. If you have never had to do it, then it makes sense that you probably don’t know how. READ MORE >>

Isn’t technology great? Every day we see new technology that makes our lives better, more efficient, and safer. Cellphones have facetime capabilities and great cameras. Fitbits track our active lifestyles. Hover boards ... who wouldn’t want one? Back-up cameras in our vehicles help us see things we normally wouldn’t. READ MORE >>

Have you ever jumped into your car, turned the key, and nothing happened? If so, did thoughts like this start racing through your head? I wonder what’s wrong? What am I going to do now? Who can I call? I hope this isn’t going to be expensive. A dead battery can occur any time. READ MORE >>

Have you ever been stranded on the side of the road because your car stopped working or you had an empty gas tank, flat tire, or dead battery? If you are on your way to a vacation destination, this is definitely NOT fun. If you had roadside assistance, however, it would eliminate some of the stress associated with a breakdown. READ MORE >>

If you’ve ever been to a college town, it’s common to see bicyclists and moped riders everywhere. Both forms of transportation make it easy and affordable for college kids to get around. When I attended the University of Minnesota I had many friends who had their mopeds zooming around from class to class. READ MORE >>

This month is Youth Traffic Safety Month and it is one of the most important issues facing teenagers and parents today. The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration reports that young drivers, ages 15 to 20-years old, are especially vulnerable to death and injury on our roadways, making traffic crashes the leading cause of death for teenagers in America. READ MORE >>

Having a great auto policy is good when we have a ton of different types of weather in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Just like driving in the snow, we have to also drive carefully in the rain. As April showers are going to begin happening and the snow is going to continue to melt, we want to make sure that we are driving safely! READ MORE >>

How close are you to that vehicle in front of you as you drive down the road? Would you have enough time to slow down if the other vehicle suddenly braked? Your answers depend on many factors.  You may have learned in drivers’ education class to allow for one car length between you and another vehicle for every ten miles of speed you are traveling. READ MORE >>

The American commuter spends 38 hours a year stuck in traffic according to the Atlantic web site. For some, getting behind the wheel is mundane. For others, it's new or nerve-racking. Regardless, when it comes to driving, safety needs to be a priority. Here are the top five tips, several recommended by wikihow. READ MORE >>

We are from Minnesota and Wisconsin, so we should know that we experience snowy winters every year. With that being said, have you ever thought about snow tires? Personally, on my auto, I have not but that doesn't mean that I shouldn't have them on there. Even though I don't believe in putting them on my car, should you? READ MORE >>

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