If you own a home you have homeowners insurance, if you own a vehicle you have auto insurance. We all pretty much know the basics of these policies but your Homeowners and Auto Insurance may offer more then you think.
On the rise, hackers are on the hunt for your information, these criminals can take your credit card, debit card, social security information and more. Once this is done, you will now be spending your time fixing your credit and reputation.
Under your homeowners policy you can report Identity theft and get help. Coverage limits vary, so contact our homeowners insurance agent to find out if you have it or can add it for a small fee and what coverage is best for you.
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If your child is a college student living on campus in a dorm, your homeowners policy may cover them for any items if there stolen. If your child is still a dependent, the dorm is considered an extension of your home and so the coverage applies. Before your child moves in take pictures and write down the information of that item such as serial numbers, make, model, etc, and keep in a folder. If other valuable items are purchased after they move in be sure to keep pictures of them also in case you need to make a claim. Contact one of our agents today for more information.
Flat tire, run out of fuel or locking your keys in the car, you need roadside assistance and this can be costly. Ask our auto insurance agents what type of roadside assistance is available on an auto policy.
Call us today to get your questions answered. 863-453-3903 or visit our website budgetbirite.com fill out the form and we will have an agent contact you within 24 hours.
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One of the biggest reasons we hear for changing insurance are lower rates and better policy value. Other popular reasons for changing insurance are Group Coverage for family or business, adding a driver or family member or another vehicle to a current insurance policy. There are many ways that Budget Bi Rite can help you lower the cost of your auto insurance and find the best policy for you. Switching from your old insurance company to a new insurance company is not hard to do.
For most auto insurance a notification in writing and specifying the date you want the policy to be canceled is all that is required as long as payment is kept up to date. Some insurance companies require the policy holder to send in a copy of the policy and then send a cancellation request form to be signed and returned. We will be able to time the beginning of the new policy to coincide with the cancellation of your prior coverage.
You may want to consider changing when your current policy is up for renewal. You should receive a notice for renewal 30 days for your current policy. Be sure you have your new insurance policy ready to start by the time the current policy terminates. We will be able to time the beginning of the new policy to coincide with the cancellation of your prior coverage.
Most insurance companies require policy holders to present proof of new coverage before they will cancel an active policy. Once your new policy is in place, you can have up to a 10 day grace period to cancel out your old policy. We recommend you do this the same day.
It is against the law to drive without insurance in the state of Florida, you must carry a minimum level of auto insurance . Do not take a chance of getting into an accident with no coverage.
Thinking of changing? We offer insurance for every budget! Contact us today. Let us know your needs. We can find exactly what policy is best for you and give you quote right over the phone and have your policy issued in just minutes.
We are authorized agents for over 10 top companies and our company takes pride is keeping updated on the most current changes in the Insurance Market to get you the best rates!
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Did you know that if you hit the person in front of you even if they slam on their brakes suddenly, more then likely you are going to be at fault for the accident for riding to close also called riding their bumper and Tailgating. This could be considered aggressive driving. What you should be doing instead is driving a least one car length per 10 miles an hour.
Here are some tips if your driving in frustration behind a slow driver.
Stay calm and stay behind them at a safe distance until you have an opportunity to turn off to a short cut you know or to pass them safely. Use your turn signal so they can see you are about to go around them. If at night, use your turn signal and click on your high beams a couple of times so you get their attention and then proceed with caution.
Here are some tips to avoid getting rear ended.
Make sure your brake lights are working correctly. If your vehicle is not up to par, you may be charged if you are in an accident when someone has run into you.
Check your rear view mirrors to see what is going on behind you. If you have someone riding your back bumper, pull off the road and let them pass.
Use your turn signals well in advance of lane changes and turning onto side streets.
Stay within the speed limit, going to slow can be just as dangerous as driving too fast and yes you can also get a ticket for driving too slow.
Call us today to get your insurance questions answered. 863-453-3903
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Ashley Bishop Owner/Agent
Budget Bi Rite Insurance, Inc
Serving All of Florida
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