Is your insurance outdated? Posted in Auto, Home, Business With the continuous hustle and bustle of life, it’s easy to put your insurance needs on the backburner. However, as your life changes, so does your insurance. Below we share common life events that may affect your coverage until you update your policy. If any of these examples pertain to you, be sure to reach out to your independent agent today and ask to review your policy. Teen driver Child attending college, living in a dorm or off-campus Pet Marriage/divorce Baby, adoption, foster family New vehicle or home, secondary or seasonal home, or rental property In-home business – including Mary Kay, Avon, etc. Uber or Lyft driver Renting your primary home out (e.g. VRBO, Airbnb) Swimming pools or trampolines Home Renovations – including a new roof or updated heating, electrical or plumbing systems Other major purchases – including a boat, ATV, trailer, snowmobile, collectibles or jewelry (e.g. engagement ring) This article is for informational and suggestion purposes only. Implementing one or more of these suggestions does not guarantee coverage. If any policy coverage descriptions in this article conflict with the language in the policy, the language in the policy applies. For full details on Integrity’s auto, home, business or life insurance coverages and discounts, contact your local, independent Integrity insurance agent. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Related resources Homeowners’ Insurance 101 Posted in General, Home A standard homeowners’ policy covers three areas: structure, belongings and liability. We break each of these down for you so you are better prepared when meeting with your independent agent. Insurance needs for millennials Posted in General, Auto, Home, Life The topic of insurance can be intimidating for most, especially Millennials who are just reaching adulthood. Learn what types of coverages are the most important for this stage in life. Exploring types of auto insurance Posted in Auto Understanding each specific type of auto insurance and when it should be purchased (or not) can help you select the most practical protection for your needs. Discover the differences which could potentially save you money.