In this section you can stay informed and learn about a variety of insurance topics, such as how to save money on homeowners insurance, auto insurance and more. Explore the related articles on our site and understand the terminology being used in your policies.
Knowledge is power, but remember, if you want to skip the homework you can always reach out to your favorite Glenn Insurance representative at any time.
This software will help you create a room-by-room inventory of your personal possessions.
Having an up-to-date home inventory will help you:
- Purchase enough insurance to replace the things you own.
- Get your insurance claims settled faster.
- Substantiate losses for your income tax return.
You can always simply make a list in a notebook and save receipts and photos in a file. This software, however, should make this task fun and simple. More importantly, with the click of your mouse, you can update this list as you buy or eliminate personal possessions.
If you’re like most people shopping for a new car, safety ranks high among things you’re looking for. Use this tool to look up safety ratings for different vehicles. Auto Crash Test Tool
Has your teenager made the safe driving promise yet? The heart of the I Promise Program is the Parent-Youth Safe Driving Contract – developed with the input of teens, parents, police, traffic safety experts and researchers. Each day teenagers die in car crashes. However, many parents feel they “trust” their teen and so, do not need to complete a safe driving contract.
Insurance Information Institute A non-profit group sponsored by the insurance industry to provide general information about insurance. This is an excellent resource for unbiased information. Order publications at the web site. http://www.iii.org/
Highway Loss Data Institute Information on car theft, collision and injury listed by car make, model and year. Also contains extensive highway safety tips and information. http://www.carsafety.org/
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Excellent information and sobering statistics on automobile safety. http://www.iihs.org