If you’re a first-time insurance buyer, it can be difficult to know what coverage you need. Read on for helpful facts about renters & auto insurance for young adults.
Summer and grilling go hand in hand. But did you know that each year, 8,900 home fires and 16,600 trips to the emergency room happen across the country as a result of grilling accidents? While your everyday summer barbecue may seem safe, it’s important to make sure you are handling your grill safely each and every time you use it! Read on to find out if you’re making any of these 5 common grilling mistakes.
Have you heard of the Driving Under the Influence of Electronics Act (DUIE)? This new law took effect across the state of Washington on July 23rd, 2017 and impacts how electronic devices, like cellphones and tablets, can be used on the road. Read on for valuable information about why this new law is important, who is affected by it, and the associated fines and punishments.
Heading on a vacation this summer? Your RV allows you to hit the open road without sacrificing the comforts of home. But just like your car and your home, it's important to make sure your recreational vehicle has the appropriate insurance coverage to keep you, your family, and your property safe this summer. To help you determine what type and amount of RV coverage is right for you, our insurance experts review the basics of RV insurance.
With summer quickly approaching, many boat owners across the West are already gearing up for recreational boating season. While boating can be a fun activity for the whole family, it is important to make sure you, your family, and your boat are protected both on the water and at the dock. Read on for tips from our boat insurance experts that can help you make sure you stay safe through all of summer’s aquatic adventures.
If you live in the West, you are likely already aware of the threat that wildfires can pose to your home and surrounding property. Since natural disasters, like wildfires, are by nature unpredictable, many homeowners believe that there are not feasible ways to prevent wildfire damage. But this is not the case. Our insurance experts review the basics of creating wildfire defensible space, which can help to protect your home in the event of a wildfire.
Since 1965, the Grange Insurance Association Scholarship Fund has been supporting the academic and vocational pursuits of young adults across the West. This year, we are proud to be able to award over $35,000 to 27 students across California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Here’s a little more about a few of our winners.
Whether you’re shopping for your first home or your third, there’s no doubt that buying a home is a major life event. With so much to consider, many homebuyers wait to think about homeowners insurance until after they’ve signed on the dotted line. However, it’s important to contemplate how your future home insurance policy will be shaped by the homes you’re looking at. To help you through the house hunting process, our insurance experts have gathered together 5 important insurance tips for homebuyers.
Between trips to work, school, and everyday errands, many of us spend a significant amount of time in our cars, which is why it’s important to protect yourself, your family, and your vehicle with auto insurance. This infographic can help you learn more about the 5 major types of auto insurance and offer tips for getting the most out of each type of coverage.
Whether you are thinking about selling produce from your garden at the local farmers market or making your farm your full-time job, it is important to make sure that you understand the ins and outs of farm insurance coverage. Our insurance experts share 7 things that you might not already know about farm insurance policies.