What Type of Fire Extinguisher Should I Buy for My Home

Posted on: Jun 13,2019 | by Bolt Insurance | No Comments
Fire Extinguisher For Your Home

When there is a fire in your home, you will usually rely on early warning from your smoke detector, but after calling the fire department, how do you handle it? Some smaller fires can be put out on your own with the help of a fire extinguisher. This can help to prevent calling the fire department and reduce how much damage is incurred inside your home.

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Insurance for Your Vacation Home

Posted on: Jun 06,2019 | by Bolt Insurance | No Comments
Insurance for Your Vacation Home

Vacation homes have a few specific needs that most homes don’t have when it comes to insurance coverage. Because they sit empty for long periods of time, many insurance companies offer limited coverage on these homes. Failing to get the right coverage could find you having a few regrets if there is ever a situation in which you need to file a claim. These are some of the limitations you might experience with your vacation home.

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Tips to Prevent ATV Accidents

Posted on: May 30,2019 | by Bolt Insurance | No Comments
ATV Accidents Insurance Bolt

Since all-terrain vehicles are often driven at high speeds and over rough terrain, there is a high risk for accidents. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do what you can to try to reduce these accidents. The following tips help to keep you safe by practicing common sense and avoiding ATV accidents as much as possible.

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Who is Most at Risk for Drowsy Driving

Posted on: May 23,2019 | by Bolt Insurance | No Comments
Who is Most at Risk for Drowsy Driving

A tired driver is a dangerous driver. Driving while you are drowsy decreases your awareness, slows your reaction time, increases aggressiveness, and impairs your judgment. You might have heard the warnings about driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Drowsy driving can impair your driving ability, just like driving drunk, and cause you to make mistakes that could injure or kill your passengers, you, or other motorists.

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The Dangers of Having an Old Garage Door

Posted on: May 16,2019 | by Bolt Insurance | No Comments
Old Garage Door Homeowners Insurance

When you have an older home, you might like the authentic look of your vintage garage door. Unfortunately, having an older garage door can also put your home and safety at risk. It is still possible to have that vintage look, but with a modern door. Consider these dangers of having an old garage door when deciding if you should keep it or upgrade.

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Should You Become a Lyft Driver?

Posted on: May 09,2019 | by BOLT Insurance | No Comments

If you’ve ever used Lyft to get around, or even if you’ve only heard of it, you may have thought about becoming a driver for the company.

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Best Practices for Choosing an Insurance Deductible

Posted on: May 02,2019 | by BOLT Insurance | No Comments

Your insurance deductible determines how much money the insurance company expects you  to contribute to auto and home repairs if you’re involved in an accident or a covered event occurs.

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How the Internet of Things and Smart Homes are Changing How We Live

Posted on: Apr 25,2019 | by BOLT Insurance | No Comments

Life is beginning to resemble a James Bond movie. Watches act as telephones and smart phones take pictures, unlock doors, open windows, turn off home alarm systems, and remotely turn on the lights. We’re even looking at future roadways filled with driverless cars.

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Insurance for Drones

Posted on: Apr 18,2019 | by BOLT Insurance | No Comments

Drones have grown in popularity in recent years as a hobby enthusiasts take to the sky, but without the proper preparation, you may find yourself in legal trouble or out a significant amount of money if your drone should crash.

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IHS Recommended Vehicles for Teens

Posted on: Apr 11,2019 | by BOLT Insurance | No Comments

One of the proudest moments in the life of a teen is when he or she receives a driver’s license. It’s also one of the most unsettling moments for parents.

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