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Vehicle Thefts – The Pitfall of the Mile High City

While the city of Denver has plenty talking points to brag about, apparently vehicle theft is not one of those points. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, the Mile High city ranks in the top 10 on the list of metros for auto thefts with keys. This means that while most of us would think it logical to always lock our car doors, many of us are not doing so. In fact on a nationwide basis, one out of every eight car thefts last year occurred where a …


Vehicle Thefts – The Pitfall of the Mile High City

While the city of Denver has plenty talking points to brag about, apparently vehicle theft is not one of those points. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, the Mile High city ranks in the top 10 on the list of metros for auto thefts with keys. This means that while most of us would think it logical to always lock our car doors, many of us are not doing so. In fact on a nationwide basis, one out of every eight car thefts last year occurred where a car was left unlocked or the keys or key fob was left inside the vehicle.

The Growing Statistics of Auto Thefts

According to the latest report from the NICB, auto thefts with keys have been a growing issue over the past several years – increasing by 31 percent – with thefts spiking in the fall and winter months. This number could possibly be on the conservative side too, considering that many people will not admit to leaving their cars unlocked or keys inside the vehicle. Even the best anti-theft technology will not help if your car is left unlocked. Thus it is not just important to having your car locked but also having a good vehicle insurance coverage that will come in handy at the most needed time of auto theft.

Below is the list of top ten metro areas for most vehicle thefts with keys from 2013-2015:

1. Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise
2. Detroit-Warren-Dearborn
3. Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Rosewell
4. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Fla.
5. Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington
6. New York City-Newark-Jersey City
7. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim
8. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
9. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood
10. Cleveland-Elyria

Prevention is better than Cure: The same applies to your Vehicle Insurance

Depending on your vehicle insurance, you may be covered in the case of auto theft. However, it is important to review your policy to be sure. Checking your vehicle insurance policy to make sure that valuable items stolen from the vehicle are covered by the policy could be a starting  point. Aside from securing the right insurance coverage, What else can you do?

Here are a few tips that can avert you from being a victim of Auto theft:

• ALWAYS lock your car, and take all keys with you – a small slip will cost you much.
• Set the car alarm always -you never know when it will come in handy.
• Keep any personal information locked up in the glove box – or take it with you when you leave the car.
• Never leave your car running unlocked. This can be tempting during the winter months, but it only takes a few seconds for a new driver to take your place.

Call Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We can discuss the needs of your teenage drivers and which insurance policies are best for them. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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Winterize Your Insurance

Winterize Your Insurance

While our warm fall weather doesn’t make it seem real, winter is just around the corner. With winter, comes winter weather – ice, snow, and the inevitable cold air that can bring a bite to the holidays. Living in Colorado brings several options on how to handle the cold. You can either huddle up by the fireplace with some hot cocoa or bundle up in your best winter gear and brave one of the various outdoor adventures Colorado offers.

Winter Activities are here.

Regardless of your chosen winter activities, now is a good time to re-evaluate your …

Winterize Your Insurance

While our warm fall weather doesn’t make it seem real, winter is just around the corner. With winter, comes winter weather – ice, snow, and the inevitable cold air that can bring a bite to the holidays. Living in Colorado brings several options on how to handle the cold. You can either huddle up by the fireplace with some hot cocoa or bundle up in your best winter gear and brave one of the various outdoor adventures Colorado offers.

Winter Activities are here.

Regardless of your chosen winter activities, now is a good time to re-evaluate your current insurance policies to be certain that you, your home and your belongings are protected during these cold months.

Homeowners Insurance & Liability Coverage. Whether its heavy snow fall, frozen pipes, or slippery sidewalks – winter is bound to deliver unpredictable weather that can lead to accidents and mishaps. Talk with your insurance agent today to be certain that the policies you have in place will protect your home and the guests you welcome into it.

Recreational Vehicle Insurance. Time to stow away the boat and dust off the snowmobile. Typically, both of these vehicles are not covered under standard home and auto insurance. If your current policy does not extend to recreational vehicles, it is important to secure additional coverage. If you’re tempted to cancel the boat insurance for the winter, you may want to think again. Any threats of theft, damage or repairs still exist during the off-season, and you’ll be sure to want your insurance coverage if those threats become a reality.

Fire Insurance. While most homeowners insurance will provide coverage for your home and belongings in the event of a fire, it is a good idea to know exactly how much coverage your policy provides and what coverage it doesn’t. You don’t want a cozy night around the fire to turn into a homeowner’s nightmare.

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Be Smart About Homeowner Expenses
Be Smart About Homeowner Expenses

Be Smart About Homeowner Expenses

Be Smart About Homeowner Expenses

It’s a moment that many adults look forward to: securing the keys to your very first home. Owning your dream house (or at least your very own starter house) can quickly turn into a nightmare if you haven’t done the proper research in advance. In addition to the bottom-line cost of the house itself, there can be several unplanned expenses that will add on to your initial homeowner’s debt. Below are some of these costs to consider when planning to make your home truly a sweet home.

Closing Costs. These can include different …

Be Smart About Homeowner Expenses

It’s a moment that many adults look forward to: securing the keys to your very first home. Owning your dream house (or at least your very own starter house) can quickly turn into a nightmare if you haven’t done the proper research in advance. In addition to the bottom-line cost of the house itself, there can be several unplanned expenses that will add on to your initial homeowner’s debt. Below are some of these costs to consider when planning to make your home truly a sweet home.

Closing Costs. These can include different fees such as title insurance, legal work, and inspections. Being aware of these costs and working with your realtor to negotiate the details may help to save you thousands of dollars before you sign on the dotted line.

Homeowners Insurance. Just like your auto insurance, home insurance is a monthly fee that helps to cover the cost of unexpected events like robberies, weather damage, or other unforeseen disasters. Depending on the value and specific characters of your home, your home insurance costs will vary.

Taxes. One of the guarantees in life: taxes. In the case of a homeowner, they are expected to pay property taxes that will help cover some costs of living within the community in which they reside. These will vary depending on location and available town amenities.

HOA Fees. Depending on your residence, there is a chance your house is a part of a Homeowners Association. Knowing these monthly fees ahead of time can save you some headache when the monthly bills arrive.

Utility Costs. Electricity, gas, propane, water, trash and sewage – all possible add-on’s to your cost of living. These too are generally monthly payments, and they can vary depending on the house. Be sure you understand the structure of your house and its utility demands before closing on your contract.

Be Smart About Homeowner Expenses

Once you’ve made you purchase decision, call Insurance Town & Country for your insurance needs today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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Avoid the Teen Driving Drama

Avoid the Teen Driving Drama

For the parents of teenage children, the joy of September’s “Back to School” can also bring with it the fears of having your teen hit the highway. It’s a milestone that both parent and child look forward to: the day when your child is old enough to drive. No more carpooling for Mom. No more chauffeur duties for Dad and the seemingly unrestricted freedom for child.

However, that freedom definitely comes with responsibility, and as a parent it is important to discuss such responsibility with your child. Even with the best insurance policy, coverage can …

Avoid the Teen Driving Drama

For the parents of teenage children, the joy of September’s “Back to School” can also bring with it the fears of having your teen hit the highway. It’s a milestone that both parent and child look forward to: the day when your child is old enough to drive. No more carpooling for Mom. No more chauffeur duties for Dad and the seemingly unrestricted freedom for child.

However, that freedom definitely comes with responsibility, and as a parent it is important to discuss such responsibility with your child. Even with the best insurance policy, coverage can only go so far. Having an open, honest, and informed conversation is the best way to get your teen driver to maturely embrace their new driving independence.

Privilege vs. Right. While it’s a normal “rite” of passage for many sixteen year old to get their driver’s license, it is definitely not a guaranteed “right.” To obtain your license, let alone have a car to drive, is indeed a big privilege that not all young adults are privy too. It is important that your child does not take this for granted.

Real Talk. While people love to refer to their automobiles as “toys” – they are anything but. The cause of over 30,000 deaths per year, a car can be a dangerous luxury and should be treated with the utmost respect and responsibility. It’s important to remember that car insurance can only go so far to protect you in the chance of an accident.

Mutual Understandings. The “Rules of the Road” are meant to be followed. Period. Whether it’s speeding, texting while driving, drunk driving, or even “distracted” driving – discussing with your teen the expectations and, perhaps most importantly, the consequences of these rules is necessary for both preparing and protecting your child.

Have a Little Faith. You’ve prepped, warned, and maybe even (slightly) shocked your child about what it means to obtain their driver’s license. Now it’s time for you to trust your child. Trust that you’ve taught them well. Trust that they’ve listened. And trust that will develop into both mature drivers and mature people.

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Call Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We can discuss the needs of your teenage drivers and which insurance policies are best for them. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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Protect Your Rental

Protect Your Rental

When you own a home, you protect your property and belongings with homeowners insurance. But what if you rent the space you reside in? Is it still not your home? Do you not want your property and belongings still protected? Renters insurance is a good way to ensure that your place of residence (even if temporary) and the items within it are covered in the case of unexpected damage and mishaps.

Depending on your insurance agency and the current insurance policies you already have in place, you may be able to include renters insurance as an add-on. …

Protect Your Rental

When you own a home, you protect your property and belongings with homeowners insurance. But what if you rent the space you reside in? Is it still not your home? Do you not want your property and belongings still protected? Renters insurance is a good way to ensure that your place of residence (even if temporary) and the items within it are covered in the case of unexpected damage and mishaps.

Depending on your insurance agency and the current insurance policies you already have in place, you may be able to include renters insurance as an add-on. By bundling it with a car insurance policy, you may qualify for an extra discount.

Why Renters Insurance?

As with every home – owned or rented – accidents can happen at any time. Having the right renters insurance can protect your abode and everything in it. Purchasing renters insurance will help to protect and cover the follow items:

Personal Belongings & Household Items. Your home isn’t just the walls and roof that protect you; it’s the item inside as well. Clothes, furniture, electronics, and personal mementos are all items that renters insurance will help to protect. Policies vary, but generally you are reimbursed for the full value of the item, before depreciation.

Houseguests and Loved Ones. Aside from yourself, renters insurance works to protect anyone staying in your home at the time of the accident. If people are hurt or damage is done, your renters insurance policy may cover portions of medical bills and repair. Your insurance will also bring peace of mind during this time.

Extended Stay Costs. If your home is rendered uninhabitable, due to a covered cause of loss, your renters insurance will cover the cost of a hotel. While any damage is being repaired, lodging and the cost of meals can be covered under your policy.

protect your rental Just because you don’t own it, doesn’t mean it’s not yours! Protect your home and belongings with renters insurance. Call Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We will discuss your current living situation and help to assess your homeowners or rental insurance needs. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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Life Insurance: Protecting Your Priorities

Life Insurance: Protecting Your Priorities

No one enjoys thinking about the inevitable fate that awaits us all. However, the thought can be less daunting knowing that your loved ones will continue to be cared for after you are gone. With the right Life Insurance, your beneficiaries will be provided with both long-lasting financial security and peace of mind. Your Life Insurance policy can help to pay for unexpected expenses such as funeral costs, housing payments, medical bills, education, and even prior debt. Helping your family maintain their current lifestyle and ease their financial worries is the primary intention of Life …

Life Insurance: Protecting Your Priorities

No one enjoys thinking about the inevitable fate that awaits us all. However, the thought can be less daunting knowing that your loved ones will continue to be cared for after you are gone. With the right Life Insurance, your beneficiaries will be provided with both long-lasting financial security and peace of mind. Your Life Insurance policy can help to pay for unexpected expenses such as funeral costs, housing payments, medical bills, education, and even prior debt. Helping your family maintain their current lifestyle and ease their financial worries is the primary intention of Life Insurance.

Know the Difference

Term Life: Typically the simplest and least expensive insurance option, Term Life Insurance provides coverage at a fixed rate for a specified period of time.

Whole Life: As the most common type of permanent insurance, a Whole Life policy guarantees a death benefit for the lifetime of the insured as well as a cash value account for savings.

Universal Life: Designed to be more flexible than other permanent Life Insurance, Universal Life policies still guarantee a death benefit for the duration of the policy as well as savings that accumulate cash value.

Of course knowing that Life Insurance is an important decision, Insurance Town & Country is here to help you walk through the process and understand the different policies. Depending on various factors, your individual policy will be different than your neighbor’s. Just like your other insurance policies, your life insurance policy will vary depending on how much coverage you need, the duration of your policy, how much you can pay on a monthly or annual basis, and even your age and condition of health. In addition to understanding the different types of Life Insurance, it is important to discuss with your local insurance agent Individual vs. Group Life Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance, Mortgage Protection Insurance, and Disability Insurance. All of these aspects of Life Insurance will be important in keeping your family protected.

Life Insurance Protecting Your PrioritiesCall Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. By discussing your current life situation and the future needs of your family, we can help to determine the Life Insurance policy that is best for you. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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Taking Care of Car Business

Taking Care of Car Business TRUE or FALSE:

Get as many auto repair estimates as possible.

Sometimes true, sometimes false! This one depends on your insurance. Some insurance companies only require that you use an “in-network” auto repair shop. However, if you know you will be paying out of pocket, it won’t hurt to shop around for a good deal.

In a previous blog, we discussed some “TRUE or FALSE” statements that we recommend reviewing when purchasing auto insurance. Since the health of your car plays an important role in automotive insurance and the rates you receive, we thought we …

Taking Care of Car Business

TRUE or FALSE:

Get as many auto repair estimates as possible.

Sometimes true, sometimes false! This one depends on your insurance. Some insurance companies only require that you use an “in-network” auto repair shop. However, if you know you will be paying out of pocket, it won’t hurt to shop around for a good deal.

In a previous blog, we discussed some “TRUE or FALSE” statements that we recommend reviewing when purchasing auto insurance. Since the health of your car plays an important role in automotive insurance and the rates you receive, we thought we would elaborate on the topic of finding a good mechanic.

Whether your insurance requires an “in-network” repair shop, or you have to do your own homework, you want to make sure your mechanic passes the test. Below are some traits to ensure that your auto repair shop is a good choice:

  • Best interest at heart. Does your mechanic or auto technician have a true concern for your car and you? A good repair shop will make sure that all diagnostic tests, repairs, and services are clearly and properly communicated before any work is done. Talking with them in person is a great way to meet their personality and see how they treat you as a customer.
  • Price consideration. We understand that auto repair shops have to pay their own bills, but it shouldn’t be at the extreme expense of you and your vehicle. Any repairs suggested should be directly related to the health and safety of your vehicle. If you feel like you are being pressured or upsold on everything, you might want to take your car somewhere else.
  • A job well-done AND guaranteed. Any good auto repair should be honest with what they are good at…and honest about what they are not good at. A reliable mechanic will communicate with you about all diagnostics and repairs, even if it means suggesting another automotive business.
  • Certified work. While not always required, it is a good idea to check the certifications and trainings of your auto mechanic. These will show whether or not your repair shop is current with continued education and development, and whether or not your vehicle is in good hands.
  • Ways of Taking Care of Car BusinessCall Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We can help you review your policy as it pertains to the health and safety of your vehicle! We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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    Keep Calm and Save Money

    Keep Calm and Save Money

    We’ve all heard the saying “A penny saved is a penny earned” – but sometimes it’s almost impossible to think about savings when most of your earnings are already accounted for. If bills, rent, student loan debt, credit cards, and the like are exhausting all of your current income, putting any amount into savings may be the last thing on your mind.

    But, what happens when your car suddenly needs an emergency repair? Or your beloved pet gets sick and has to be rushed to the ER? Or what if your comfortable salary gets cut …

    Keep Calm and Save Money

    We’ve all heard the saying “A penny saved is a penny earned” – but sometimes it’s almost impossible to think about savings when most of your earnings are already accounted for. If bills, rent, student loan debt, credit cards, and the like are exhausting all of your current income, putting any amount into savings may be the last thing on your mind.

    But, what happens when your car suddenly needs an emergency repair? Or your beloved pet gets sick and has to be rushed to the ER? Or what if your comfortable salary gets cut in half? These are the unfortunate moments when any amount in savings (small as it may be) will help to prevent you from going even further into debt.

    Regardless of any other debt, it is important to start building a buffer of savings, ideally enough to cover several months of living expenses. Start small, even a few dollars can build up over time.

    Just Get Started. It’s important to do your due diligence first. This means setting a budget that includes paying yourself. Determine how much you can realistic set aside from every paycheck. Whether it’s $2 or $200, it needs to be an amount that you can stick to. It helps to automate this process too! If your savings is removed before you even see your paycheck, it will eliminate the temptation to spend.

    Under the Mattress is Not a Good Place to Save! If you are making the effort to create a budget and set aside some cash, you want your money to work for you as best as possible. Instead of a low-interest savings account, save your cash in an account that earns at least 1% in interest. Keep an eye on monthly maintenance fees and FDIC insurance. It’s also a good idea to keep this savings account in a bank that is separate from your checking account. This will prevent constant visibility and further temptation.

    Be Sure with Insurance. Once your savings process is under control, it’s a good idea to review the rest of your expenses. Your emergency fund can only go so far. Various insurance policies – auto insurance, homeowners insurance, renters insurance, etc. – can help protect you and your family without draining the bank.

    SAVE MONEYCall Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We can review your current insurance policies and make sure they fit with your current budget and life needs. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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    Keep Calm and Save Money

    We’ve all heard the saying “A penny saved is a penny earned” – but sometimes it’s almost impossible to think about savings when most of your earnings are already accounted for. If bills, rent, student loan debt, credit cards, and the like are exhausting all of your current income, putting any amount into savings may be the last thing on your mind.

    But, what happens when your car suddenly needs an emergency repair? Or your beloved pet gets sick and has to be rushed to the ER? Or what if your comfortable salary gets cut …

    Keep Calm and Save Money

    We’ve all heard the saying “A penny saved is a penny earned” – but sometimes it’s almost impossible to think about savings when most of your earnings are already accounted for. If bills, rent, student loan debt, credit cards, and the like are exhausting all of your current income, putting any amount into savings may be the last thing on your mind.

    But, what happens when your car suddenly needs an emergency repair? Or your beloved pet gets sick and has to be rushed to the ER? Or what if your comfortable salary gets cut in half? These are the unfortunate moments when any amount in savings (small as it may be) will help to prevent you from going even further into debt.

    Regardless of any other debt, it is important to start building a buffer of savings, ideally enough to cover several months of living expenses. Start small, even a few dollars can build up over time.

    • Just Get Started. It’s important to do your due diligence first. This means setting a budget that includes paying yourself. Determine how much you can realistic set aside from every paycheck. Whether it’s $2 or $200, it needs to be an amount that you can stick to. It helps to automate this process too! If your savings is removed before you even see your paycheck, it will eliminate the temptation to spend.
    • Under the Mattress is Not a Good Place to Save! If you are making the effort to create a budget and set aside some cash, you want your money to work for you as best as possible. Instead of a low-interest savings account, save your cash in an account that earns at least 1% in interest. Keep an eye on monthly maintenance fees and FDIC insurance. It’s also a good idea to keep this savings account in a bank that is separate from your checking account. This will prevent constant visibility and further temptation.
    • SAVE MONEYBe Sure with Insurance. Once your savings process is under control, it’s a good idea to review the rest of your expenses. Your emergency fund can only go so far. Various insurance policies – auto insurance, homeowners insurance, renters insurance, etc. – can help protect you and your family without draining the bank.

    Call Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We can review your current insurance policies and make sure they fit with your current budget and life needs. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251). Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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    Road Trip Essentials

    Road Trip Essentials and Auto Insurance

    Summer is here. Your schedule is open. And so is the road! With its warm temperatures and long daylight hours, summer is the perfect time to take that ultimate road trip you’ve been planning. However, nothing can ruin your plans as quickly as car troubles. While some auto insurance policies cover roadside assistance, it is still important to ensure that your vehicles is in top shape before putting it through those long drives. Here are a few tips to remember when you’re planning to be on the road longer than 2 hours:

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    Road Trip Essentials and Auto Insurance

    Summer is here. Your schedule is open. And so is the road! With its warm temperatures and long daylight hours, summer is the perfect time to take that ultimate road trip you’ve been planning. However, nothing can ruin your plans as quickly as car troubles. While some auto insurance policies cover roadside assistance, it is still important to ensure that your vehicles is in top shape before putting it through those long drives. Here are a few tips to remember when you’re planning to be on the road longer than 2 hours:

    • Check in with your mechanic. Your repair shop should be looking and listening for any warning lights, unusual noises, and unwanted leaky/creaky/shaky parts.
    • Take care of any maintenance. Fixing your car BEFORE you hit the road will help prevent the need for calling roadside assistance. Have your mechanic change the oil and filter, rotate tires, check the AC, and give your car a good overall tune up.
    • Talk about your plans. Letting your mechanic know about your road trip is a good way to ensure the shop takes extra notice of even the small details. It can do no harm to pay a little more attention to your brakes, hoses, belts, steering, and suspension.
    • Be a know-it-all. Even if your vehicle does not need mechanic-required maintenance, there are plenty of DIY checks that you can perform to ensure the security of your car and the safety of all of those riding in it: all fluids, battery, tire tread and air pressure, all vehicle lights, wipers, and all other vehicle safety features.
    • Pack wisely. Aside from your swimsuit and sunscreen, it is important to have a few extra items on hand in case of an emergency. Extra coolant, a few quarts of oil, towels/rags, drinking water, duck tape, and a flashlight all could come in handy at various times. Also be sure to have either a GPS or charged Smartphone available.

    Last but not least….be sure to check in with your local insurance agent. Your auto insurance policy may be able to help out if you’re in a bind!

    Call Insurance Town & Country today and speak with one of our insurance professionals. We can review your auto insurance policy before you hit the road and help to give you a traveler’s peace of mind. We have offices in Denver (303-388-7216) and Castle Rock (303-688-1251).  Call us today to schedule your consultation!

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