Archive for the ‘Insurance’ Category

Most Common Causes of Car Accidents in Colorado Springs CO

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people get in car accidents across the country mainly due to careless or distracted driving that ends up costing them more than just their hard earned money. Take a look at the top 3 reasons for car accidents in Colorado Springs and see what you can do to keep yourself safe on the road.


Does a cracked windshield have to be replaced?

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016
Does a cracked windshield have to be replaced

Unfortunately, most of us will end up needing some kind of accident or natural disaster vehicle repair at some point. Even the most careful drivers sometimes end up in unexpected situations, and after an accident occurs, it can be hard to assess damages on your own. While some cracked and/or chipped windshields require full windshield glass replacement, some can be repaired – at a lower cost to you, the driver. (more…)

What is a Direct Repair Facility?

Friday, June 10th, 2016
What is a Direct Repair Facility

When you’re trying to find an auto body shop to repair your vehicle after an accident, your insurance policy has everything to do with who you’ll go with. The most convenient option is to take your car to a Direct Repair Facility (DRF), which is essentially an auto repair facility that is approved by the insurance industry after meeting specific criteria. (more…)

How can I protect my car from hail damage?

Monday, May 16th, 2016
How can I protect my car from hail damage

During hail season, hail can cause significant damage to property for Colorado Springs residents, and our vehicles may get the worst of it. While storms can manifest quickly, and your first concern should always be safety for yourself and others, there are some ways you can protect your car from major or minor hail damage. (more…)

What should I put in a car accident kit?

Monday, April 18th, 2016
What should I put in a car accident kit?

Getting in a car accident can be scary, especially if the damage is severe or if you or the other driver(s) involved get injured. Once you’ve taken a few deep breaths, called for help if necessary and moved your vehicles out of traffic (if possible), you’ll need to document the accident and exchange information with those involved. We recommend having basics like a pen and paper, your insurance and registration information and important emergency numbers in your car accident kit. (more…)