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When you buy car insurance, your insurance company considers many factors before determining rates. They usually take into consideration your age, your driving record and how far you drive. Many people also believe that insurance rates also consider the color of your car. READ MORE >>

How much do you love your jewelry? Your wedding bands may be the pride of your life. You may have inherited your great-grandmother’s diamond earrings and necklace. These items are likely some of your most precious possessions. Jewelry is also some of the most valuable property someone can have in their home. READ MORE >>

Shopping online has never been easier or more convenient for consumers, but it’s important to take security precautions and think about the consequences of your actions. Educators Insurance is always looking out for your best interest and we encourage you to remember these tips when making online purchases for your friends or loved ones this holiday season. READ MORE >>

Hurricane Matthew devastated significant portions of the East Coast this past fall. Trees fell on cars. Levees broke and water flooded homes. Many people who survived the ordeal had to evacuate their homes due to the severe damage that was caused.     READ MORE >>

As the sun begins to set earlier and the cool, crisp air blows past carrying the fragrance of fall – it’s the perfect time to make a treat that your family can enjoy. Pumpkin granola is a crunchy and flavorful snack that is not only healthy, but gluten free. Ingredients: READ MORE >>

When it comes time to buy a home insurance policy, you may be focused in on how much your home is worth. That’s a good place to start, but it does not represent the total value of your policy. In fact, you’ll need to take a close look at what you own to ensure your new plan offers plenty of protection for everything, including your electronics. READ MORE >>

The onset of colder weather can be tough on your home, making fall a great time to make some preparations. Spending a weekend to prep your home now can save some trouble down the road. And fortunately, many of these tasks can easily be done yourself. Here are a few pointers to help you get started. READ MORE >>

As the weather begins to cool down, it’s time to think about how you’ll store your summer toys for the winter. This is especially true about boats, but can also apply to jet skis or motorcycles. Your storage method directly correlates to the safety of your motorized toys, which can also affect your insurance premiums. READ MORE >>

If your idea of a great family trip is RV travel, then you also know how costs can add up during your excursion. One of the perks of RV travel is that it’s often cheaper than flying—if planned properly. Setting aside some time to plan your trip in advance can go a long way toward preparing a budget that you’re comfortable with before hitting the road. READ MORE >>

When the warmth of the sun finally emerges in early June, we New Englanders love to make the most of our summer outdoors. Hiking, nature, campfire food and family quality time can all be combined when you choose the low cost adventure of a weekend camping trip. READ MORE >>

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