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Learning Center—auto insurance basics

There’s a lot of information surrounding car insurance. We’re here to help you understand it—and provide some truth behind popular beliefs in the auto insurance world. In the Dairyland® Learning Center, learn the basics of car insurance, including coverage terms, how to lower your insurance costs, and what really happens to your insurance rate when you turn 25.
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Check out what you can do from home to ensure your car is ready to drive—especially if your vehicle has been parked for an extended period of time.
Wondering what supplies you should keep in your car in case of an emergency? Let’s review what you need to be prepared for while you’re traveling the open road.

17 April, 2020
Let’s look at five things you should know about car insurance, so you have all the information you need when looking for a new insurance plan.

25 March, 2020
Ready for warmer weather? Is your car? Here are tips on how how to transition your car from winter to spring, from looking under the hood to checking your tires.

24 March, 2020
We could all use some helpful tips to improve our car’s gas mileage. From keeping an eye on your speed to getting rid of extra weight in your car, we provide eight helpful tips to keep your tank full.

23 March, 2020
How do you plan for the cost of car insurance? Let’s review some tips, so you can manage your budget, even if your rate changes.

9 March, 2020
A new car requires new insurance. But you'll need to select the right coverage before you take the car off the dealer’s lot. We answer some common questions about buying insurance.

3 March, 2020
How are you going to spend your tax refund? For many, tax season means it’s time to get car insurance. It’s just one of seven smart ways to use your refund.

26 February, 2020
You rely on your car—but your car also relies on you. Regular maintenance checks as well as cleanings are just some of the things you can do to keep your car running safely on the road, longer.

16 December, 2019
Lawmakers in Texas have approved the elimination of named driver insurance policies in the state after January 1, 2020. We take a look at the new law and explain your options so you can have the coverage you need to drive.

13 December, 2019