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How Is Commercial Trucking Insurance Different From Standard Commercial Auto Insurance?

Commercial auto insurance provides coverage for the cars, vans, and trucks used in conducting business. It can be purchased to cover all types of vehicles, from standard passenger cars to larger commercial vehicles such as box trucks, work vans, and service utility trucks. Different businesses require different types of commercial auto insurance. Commercial trucking insurance is a type of commercial auto insurance designed to protect...

How To Prepare Your Home For Fall

When the thermometer begins to drop and temperatures get cooler, it’s time to start thinking about getting ready for autumn. The weather can be unpredictable, and it’s best to get a head start on seasonal chores so you are not caught unprepared. The following general “to-do list” can help you prepare your home for fall. Check for drafts: Reduce your heating bills and stay warmer...

What Is A Medicare Supplement Plan?

If you’re approaching your 65th birthday and starting to research options for Medicare, navigating through all of your new health care choices can be overwhelming. In addition to enrolling in a Medicare plan to meet your anticipated needs, you’ll also have to decide if a Medicare Supplement plan is right for you. At Erie Insurance, we’re here to help. Here are some things you should know when considering...

Survey: Could You Accurately Guess The Cost Of Life Insurance?

Life insurance: It’s not exactly the kind of topic that comes up during family dinner. No one really wants to talk about the death of a loved one. But when it comes to securing your family’s financial security, it’s a conversation that needs to happen. The fact is, there are many things about life insurance that people don’t know. Find out what people had to...

I Have Life Insurance Through Work. Isn’t That Enough?

Picture this: You land an exciting new job with great benefits: vacation time, health insurance, 401(k)… even free lunch once a week! They offer group life insurance, too – two times your annual salary. That sounds like a lot, right? In many cases, it might not stretch as far as you think. Let’s say you make $50,000 per year. A benefit of $100,000 can make...