Tips on how to adequately insure an RV

An Rv is not just a luxury vehicle, but a home on wheels. During your tours in Fisherville, KY, many things can happen, including a road accident. Have you figured out how much loss that would be if you didn’t have any form of insurance? 

Well, Rvs are pretty expensive. On top of that, they carry your valuables just like home. Speaking to an insurance expert in TruePoint Insurance can be a great idea as we will help you find out how much coverage is adequate for you.

Why do you need RV insurance?

We have already mentioned that RVs are like our homes on wheels, which means they carry a lot of value on the roads as well as when packed. While many states do not require drivers to have RV insurance, it makes sense to have a substantial amount of coverage in case anything happens to you out there. While they require ordinary driving skills, Rvs are bigger cars. You will need to make accurate estimations when driving or packing.

Factors that impact Rv insurance premiums

While insurance rates are different for every Rv owner, insurance companies use various criteria to calculate based on the information that you provide. Providing truthful information is a requirement as failure to do so can result in fines. Your Rv insurance premiums will be calculated based on the following factors:

  • The size of your RV
  • The age of the RV
  • Whether you are living in it or not
  • How long you will be using your Rv
  • Where you pack or store your Rv when not in use
  • Your location/address and many more

Your RV is a huge investment that needs to be protected at all costs. Large vehicles can cause significant damages and injuries to the parties involved. You don’t want to risk taking a tour in an uncovered car.

Do you need help buying Rv insurance? TruePoint Insurance can arm you with the right information to help you make a wise decision. Visit us at Fisherville, KY today.

Insuring A Trust

Insurance for a Trust account.  Be sure to involve a insurance professional to make sure all bases are covered.

Homeowner and other policies that protect private residences have, for most of their history, been written assuming that the property owner is an individual or married couple. Policies traditionally defined an “insured” or covered person as an individual, married couple or spouse of the individual listed on the policy. However such policies had to respond to a, formerly, rare form of home ownership….trusts.

Besides use as a residence, a home is also often a primary financial asset. As property owners become more sensitive and savvy in handling their finances, the use of trusts to pass on property has expanded. A trust refers to any asset that is controlled or owned by an artificial entity, the trust agreement. Typically, the property owner becomes the trustee, having rights to use the home as a residence, but the legal ownership resides in the trust. The trust allows for tangible property to be passed along to heirs with much more for favorable tax treatment. However, there are consequences that affect insurance coverage and which should not be ignored.

If your home or personal property (furniture, furnishings, etc.) have been transferred into a trust, it is important to share this information with your insurance agent. Then you both may take steps to make sure that the insurance needs of both the trust and the property-users are covered. It is particularly important that liability protection remains intact.

Depending upon the insurer, your homeowner, auto and umbrella policies may have to be modified so that the trust arrangement is specifically recognized and is protected by the policies. It may be that the policy wording already handles things by including trusts or trustees within the meaning of “insured.” In other instances, endorsements may have to be added to include the proper additional insurable interest so that property and liability coverage expands to protect the property held in trust and the trustees.

The existence of a trust means you need to get an insurance professional involved to make sure you can still trust the protection of your various insurance policies.


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Insurance – A Matter of Trust

What is insurance?  It's not a good or product.  Is it a service?  Some might consider insurance a service, but I personally see it as a promise.  A contractual promise that should only be entered into with trusted parties.
Insurance is not a product, nor is it a service. Insurance is a promise, a contractual promise that should be entered into with trusted parties.

Insurance policies involve trust. Insurance policies are written agreements that involve at least two parties. One is the insurance company that provides the applicable form of protection. The other is the party who is protected by the policy. These two parties have a contractual relationship with each other. The insurer agrees to protect the insured if the insured agrees to pay for the protection.

The trusting relationship begins before any policy is issued. Insurers want to provide policies to persons who meet their qualifications. Qualified persons are discovered by using applications. Besides collecting identifying information, applications also gather details that determine if a person is eligible for a given policy. The information also helps the insurer decide how much to charge for the coverage, what level of coverage it should agree to grant and the conditions for providing the protection.

The insured should also to be able to trust the insurer. He, she (or a business entity) has to rely on the company actually issuing the type of coverage it promises. The insured also trusts the company to pay for a loss (that is eligible under the coverage) and to handle any loss fairly and efficiently. Both parties must approach the contractual agreement honestly and fairly. The contract is affected if either party fails to act in good faith.

It is critical that you or someone you trust understands the details of your insurance policy.
Do you know the details of your insurance policy? Who does?

When an insurance company refuses to cover an eligible loss without a valid reason or when an insured refuses to pay for the policy; these are instances of breaking the contract. An insured may also break the contract if he or she either withheld information or intentionally supplied false information. Of course the information must involve some significant item that would have affected the company’s decision to accept the insured. Breaching a contract may allow an insured to sue a company for coverage or allow a company to void the policy it issued.

Whenever policies are not handled in good faith, there are consequences that impact more than just the two parties. Third parties, such as other businesses or persons, may also be harmed by insurance contracts that turn out to be invalid. Modern economies depend upon the role played by insurance contracts. It would be impossible to handle large transactions without a way to protect all parties against possible losses. Further, many parties would not even attempt certain types of transactions without the support of insurance, such as large building projects, major equipment sales, vehicle rentals and numerous other transactions.

Certainly there are many times when one party fails to handle their insurance obligations in good faith. However, such instances are the exception. Our economy and standard of living are made possible because most parties deal with each other honestly and we all benefit when that happens.


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Preparing to buy your first Child Car Seat

Buy the right seat for your kid

Do you know the four stages or steps for car seats?  Rear-facing seats for newborns.  At 20 pounds a forward-facing Toddler seat is appropriate.   Step three, booster seats for age four or forty pounds.  The stage ends at age 8 unless the child reaches 4'9" beforehand.
Forward facing seats at 20 lbs or more

Many of us avoid or delay decision making. Especially if we are dealing with a new set of issues. Decision making can be extremely stressful.

It’s not surprising that first-time parents report elevated levels of stress and anxiety. In a relatively brief time period they will be expected to make a large number of often critical decesions.

Before you can take your newborn home you will have to decide which Child Safety Seat is right for your situation. The car seat is vital for your child’s safety! The child’s car seat comes down to your judgment and perceived importance of seat safety options, the seat integration to your vehicle, budget, and other factors relating to what best fits your family. Safety is obviously paramount, but you also have to consider Georgia Car Seat Laws. These laws have been designed with your child’s safety in mind and should provide valuable insights. Make sure you’re up to date with the car seat laws in your state and review your vehicle manual for proper fitting.

According to Georgia Consumer Protection:
The 4 Steps for kids car seats are:
1. Rear-Facing Infant Seats in the back seat from birth to at least one year old and at least 20 pounds.
2. Forward-Facing Toddler Seats in the back seat from age one to about age four and 20 to 40 pounds.
3. Booster Seats in the back seat from about age four and 40 pounds to at least age eight, unless 4’9”.
4. Safety Belts at age eight or older, or taller than 4’9”. All children age 12 and under should ride in the back seat.

2020’s Top Rated Car Seats:

According to www.safety.com: (Updated April 16, 2020)

Bringing Home Your Newborn? You should consider the Britax B-Safe Infant Car Seat.

Want a Child Car Seat that adapts to the changing needs? Look into the Graco 4Ever DLX 4-1 Infant to Toddler Car Seat. This seat can be used in any of the four different positions.

Still, driving a small car? There’s a child safety seat for you.  The Graco SlimFit 3-1 Convertible Car Seat is for those parents still fight to keep the choice of vehicle. Wait there’s more the SlimFit 3-1 is another Child Car Seat designed to adapt with your child growth. This seat has been designed for children between 5 and 100 pounds.

A Child Passenger Safety Technician can show you how to install or inspected this critical addition to your auto.

Need help installing your Child Safety Seat? Maybe you need the comfort of a second opinion. Regradless, the organizations listed below have provided a helping hand for new parents in the past. You may want to make a quick call beforehand. Below is a list of places you can call and schedule an appointment to have a Child Passenger Safety Technician show you how to install your car seat or have it inspected.

If there not old enough to be a backseat driver, then your sure don't want to count on them to take care of the child car sear.
I hate this seat belt. I can never get it fastened.

1. Georgia Child Occupant Safety Project:

Peachtree Street, NW
15th Floor
ATLANTA, GA 30303 (404) 657-2700

2. Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety:
Use the link below and then select your location from the provided map. This will provide information related to your local resources.

https://www.safekids.org/inspection-stations#KY

3. The National Child Passenger Safety Certification

Use this link for access to a national directory. In many cases, you will be provided multiple location options.

Georgia Auto Dealers: The Dealer’s Blanket

Auto Dealers don’t have a big enough basement when a storm is bearing down.

What is a Dealer’s Blanket? It has nothing to do with auto dealer giveaways. The Dealer’s Blanket is a form of business insurance that provides physical damage coverage for Auto Dealers. You may have heard it referred to as Open Lot Insurance or Dealers Open Lot Insurance. Regardless of the name, this policy is essential protection for many car lots.

Consider your own car insurance. In many ways, the Dealer’s Blanket looks similar to your personal auto policy. The primary purpose of the policy is to provide protection against dealer loss. Specifically, losses resulting from comprehensive and collision protection. While there are many similarities, there are also some significant differences.

Personal Auto policies provide liability coverages. Liability coverage is not the purpose of the Dealer’s Blanket. It is a coverage that they have access to, but it is not provided by the Dealer’s Blanket. Liability protection for auto dealers is provided by the Garage Liability Policy.

Insurance companies require Georgia individuals to provide identification to insure their autos. We refer to this identification as a VIN or vehicle identification number. This serves two main purposes. First, it gives insurers a nearly fail-proof input for pricing their exposure as it relates to your specific vehicle.

While the VIN provides accurate information related to the vehicle’s replacement cost. What it fails to do is provide insights into the present condition of your vehicle. To address this shortcoming, you may even go as far as require you to provide a current photo of your car.

Individuals insure against comprehensive and collision risk. For the most, new and used car dealerships insure against the same. What differences exist?

If you're an auto dealer, is it important to have an insurance agent that specializes in Georgia car dealerships?  TruePoint Insurance in Pooler, GA.  (912) 330-1265
Auto Dealer insurance specialist in the Low Country and Georgia’s Coastal Empire

Auto Dealers in Georgia and other states use the Dealer’s Blanket to transfer comp and collision risks. What is the Dealer Blanket and why auto dealers need them?

Individuals are likely to have the same vehicle all year. Most will own vehicles for many years, some several decades. Used and new auto dealers can’t stay in business by holding on to cars for years or decades.

Successful auto dealerships turn their inventory several times each year. The average US Car Dealer’s inventory turnover is more than 13 times. A dealer with an average inventory of 50 cars would have 650 policy endorsements each year. Those policy changes would be required just to keep up with the new inventory vehicles. To avoid overpaying, they would also need 650 approvals to remove sold vehicles. That would present a serious problem! Making over four insurance transactions every business day seems inefficient. Creating issuers for both the dealer and the insurance company. With so many transactions, it’s also possible the process may put the dealership at risk. Failing to record just one transaction could end in a multimillion-dollar loss. Not a claim! Failure to record a newly purchased vehicle is a problem. the sale was never recorded on the books of the insurance company, the auto lot will be on the hook financially. How many Georgia auto dealers do you know that could serve such a substantial loss.

Let’s give the insurance companies some credit. Recording real-time vehicle information was throughout the policy year doesn’t work. With that said, how do Insurance companies keep track of Georgia Auto Dealer risk?

How to Auto dealers address comp and collision risk.?

Comp and collision is priced and transferred via the Dealer’s Blanket. How it’s done varies between insurance companies and between dealers. If you’re a Georgia car lot, you must understand how your risk and premiums are calculated. The insurance company can not be expected to know how your business changes. Often, the difference between good and bad insurance boils down to communications. Having a good a local Georgia insurance agent can go along way. This thought is easy If your one of those people that respect the value of local contacts.

Insurance markets can not totally eliminate risk. The only way to totally eliminate risk is to avoid it. For those in the business of selling vehicles, this is not an appealing option. The Dealer’s Blanket is a great way to transfer risk. But, it is critical that all parties are on the same page. Problems are largely dependant on establishing the necessary communication process. A critial first step is understanding the Dealer’s Blanket. Combined with accurately communicating auto inventories, car deals can significantly reduce financial exposures.


WARNING: Accurate Inventory Critical

Auto Dealers can easily protect their inventory. Calculating the required coverage can be sticky at times. Photo Credit attribution 1

There are two primary approaches to calculating dealer open lot premium:

Non-Reporting Forms – This method is most often used by smaller used car dealers. Georgia Car lots with inventories of $100,000 or less will in most cases use the Non-Reporting method. This may not necessarily be by their choice. Often the cost associated with the monthly reporting eliminates dealers with smaller inventories.

At the beginning of each policy period, the dealer must declare a coverage amount. CAUTION REQUIRED! When a loss occurs, and a claim is submitted, the insurance company will most likely review and calculate the dealer’s inventory. If it is higher than the declared amount, THERE COULD BE A PROBLEM. The underreporting will likely trigger the coinsurance clause. As a result, the dealership will bear the financial responsibility for the difference.

Monthly Reporting Form – This method requires the dealer to periodically update the insurance carrier. This forces dealers to take on additional work, but this method is cost-effective. It always reduces concerns associated with paying coinsurance.

The Dealer’s Blanket is important. But there are many additional coverages that Georgia Dealerships should consider. Some of the most common insurance coverages for Auto Dealers include:

  • Commercial Property
  • Business Personal Property
  • Workers Comp
  • Business Income
  • Garage Liability
  • Garagekeepers
  • EPLI
  • Business Income
  • and Cyber Liability.

We mentioned GarageKeepers, which is another coverage that is specific to the Auto Industry. This coverage protects vehicles of customers that have been left in your care. Dealers that also offer repair work will most likely need to add this coverage too.

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Car Seat to fit your needs and budget!

Knowing how to pick out the correct car seat for your child is vital for your child’s safety! When picking out your child’s car seat it comes down to your personal preference, budget, and what best fits your family. Make sure you’re up to date with the car seat laws in your state and review your vehicle manual for proper fitting.

According to Kentuckystatepolice.org:
The 4 Steps for kids are:
1. Rear-Facing Infant Seats in the back seat from birth to at least one year old and at least 20 pounds.
2. Forward-Facing Toddler Seats in the back seat from age one to about age four and 20 to 40 pounds.
3. Booster Seats in the back seat from about age four and 40 pounds to at least age eight, unless 4’9”.
4. Safety Belts at age eight or older, or taller than 4’9”. All children age 12 and under should ride in the back seat.

2020’s Top Rated Car Seats:

According to www.safety.com: (Updated April 16, 2020)
• The best car seat for growth of your child is: Graco 4Ever DLX 4-1 Infant to Toddler Car Seat.
• The best infant car seat is: Britax B-Safe Infant Car Seat.
• The best car seat for smaller vehicles: Graco SlimFit 3-1 Convertible Car Seat.

Below is a list of places you can call and schedule an appointment to have a Child Passenger Safety Technician show you how to install your car seat or have it inspected.

If there not old enough to be a backseat driver, then your sure don't want to count on them to take care of the child car sear.
I hate this seat belt. I can never get it fastened.

1. Duvalle Education Center:
https://www.safekids.org/inspection-stations#KY
Address: 3610 Bohne Ave.
Louisville, KY 40211

2. Norton Children’s Hospital:
https://www.safekids.org/inspection-stations#KY
Address: 315 E Broadway
Louisville, KY 40202

3. Norton Children’s Medical Associates-Shelbyville
https://www.safekids.org/inspection-stations#KY
Address: 150 Frankfort Road
Shelbyville, KY 40065

4. Norton Children’s Medical Center- Brownsboro
https://www.safekids.org/inspection-stations#KY
Address: 4910 Chamberlain Lane
Louisville, KY 40241

5. Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital
https://www.safekids.org/inspection-stations#KY
Address: 4400 Dutchman’s Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

6. Kentucky State Police (kentuckystatepolice.org) KSP advises all troopers at all 16 posts have been trained as certified safety seat technicians

7. UK Health Care The Safe Kids Car Seat Inspection Station at Immanuel Baptist Church (ukhealthcare.uky.edu)
Address: 3100 Tates Creek Road
Lexington, KY 40502

8. Lexington Fire Department Public Education Office:
https://www.lexingtonky.gov/lexington-car-seat-installation
Address: 1405 Old Frankfort Pike
Lexington, KY 40504

9. Shelbyville Police Department:
www.shelbyvillekentucky.com
Address: 303 E. Main Street
Shelbyville, KY 40065

Home Businesses (Daycare/Schools)

A variety of businesses are routinely operated in homes. This article discusses aspects of particular operations. Refer to Home Businesses – Basics for background information on coverage as well as our other articles discussing different in-home businesses.

Daycare or In-Home Schools

Coverage for abuse or sexual assault for small schools is often difficult to obtain at a reasonable price. Limited corporal punishment coverage for teachers who are employed by a school system may be available from your homeowners carrier. If you are an independent tutor or run your own school, most homeowners policies cannot be modified to include corporal punishment. Abuse and corporal punishment may be available through the association(s) that specializes in your type of school.

While the company that writes your HO policy may be willing to add an endorsement to cover piano lessons, most will not want to cover a three-to-five child daycare operation. Liability coverage may be purchased separately. Coverage for property and liability can be provided through a Businessowners policy, but none of these forms includes professional liability or abuse or corporal punishment.

Will a homeowners insurance policy cover a in home daycare?  Ask your agent.  Most will not, but some do!
Does your homeowners insurance cover a small daycare?

Specialty schools, such as ballet, sports, personal training, animal training, or horseback riding will require specialty coverage. Again, your trade organization, or independent agent can often find you coverage at a reasonable price.

Workers compensation is essential for any person you employ.

Driving students in private vehicles or bus-like vehicles poses special problems. You must hold a Commercial Driver’s license if you haul more than 16 people including the driver. Your school is probably too small to qualify for standard business auto insurance. If standard coverage is unavailable, many states have assigned risk pools and other mechanisms to provide you coverage-sometimes at reasonable prices. A good independent agent will understand these markets.

Your state will also have laws regulating the transportation of students and these laws may require a special license when transporting fewer than 16 people. Subcontracting the driving does not lessen your responsibility for a whole raft of laws from vehicle accidents, workers compensation, ADA, and whether the driver has met the new substance abuse requirements.


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Who should get flood insurance in Kentucky?

How much do you know about Flood Insurance?  Learn more here.
Learn about flood insurance before the waters start to rise.

Anyone that lives in the Fisherville, KY area needs to carefully consider their home insurance needs. One form of insurance that should be considered is flood insurance, which will provide specific coverage if your home is damaged by a local flood. There are several situations when someone should get flood insurance on their property in this area of Kentucky

Anyone with Lender Requirement

Understanding mortgage requirements for flood insuranceFlood Zone, Flood Zone C, Flood Zone A, Flood Zone X, Flood Insurance. Kentucky Flood insurance
Does your home mortgage require flood insurance?

The first situation when someone in Kentucky should get a flood insurance policy is if they are required to have it by their lender. Mortgage lenders are aware of how serious flood damage can be. Due to this risk, lenders often require borrowers to carry flood insurance if they are in a flood zone. Depending on what flood zone you are in, the lender could require you to escrow payments monthly to ensure coverage. 

Needs to Cover Against Risk

Where can i buy flood insurance, ky flood insurance, commercial flood insurance in ky, or business flood insurance
Flood Loss versus Cost. You do the math!

Even if there is a small risk for flood damage in your area, you should still consider getting flood insurance. If you do not have a mortgage or are not required to carry it, you should still carefully assess your risks and current insurance coverage. If you are near a waterway that could flood, you should consider getting an additional flood insurance policy to ensure you are fully covered at all times.

When you are looking to learn more about flood insurance in the Fisherville, KY area, you should speak with the team at TruePoint Insurance. Choosing a flood insurance policy can seem quite complicated and challenging. When you call TruePoint Insurance, the team of insurance professionals will be able to provide you with a full assessment to help you determine what type of insurance is right for you. They can then help you get into a policy that provides adequate coverage. 

Life Insurance for Seniors: What are Your Options?

As you approach your golden years, you may find that your plan to provide for your dependents isn’t as solid as you’d like. In these cases, a customized life insurance strategy from TruePoint Insurance can help you create a better future for those you may leave behind. While age is an important factor, older residents in the Fisherville, KY area still have life insurance options that can build a stronger foundation for their dependents.

Be Realistic

Your age isn’t the only factor agents look at when considering life insurance coverage. Your agent will also look at your:

  • History of tobacco use
  • Gender
  • Health history
  • High-risk lifestyle activities
  • Driving record

Senior citizens with the right combination of factors can still find affordable and adequate life insurance coverage. Your insurance agent can help you understand how these factors affect your current options.

Try a Term Policy

Term life policies are contracts that provide coverage for a short period of time. The coverage period can be anywhere from a few months to several years. These contracts come with very specific coverage requirements. Your insurance agent can help you create a contract that covers your most likely scenarios to ensure your dependents receive full payment.

Bulk Up Existing Policies

Your existing life insurance coverage may not be enough to cover current circumstances. In that case, your insurance company may be willing to work with you to expand coverage.

Think About Survivorship Insurance

Survivorship life insurance is a highly flexible option for married couples with dependents. The shared risk generally decreases premiums and maximizes potential benefits. These contracts are designed to pay out when the last covered subscriber passes away.

Find the Best Strategy for Your Family’s Financial Future

TruePoint Insurance agents can help you find the life insurance coverage you need for your family’s future. We offer customized policies for residents in the Fisherville, KY area. Call us to talk about your life insurance options.

All- Around Safer Driving

Noticing more traffic roundabouts? 
 Intersections are one of the primary causes of auto accidents.  Roundabouts are significantly safer than an intersection.
Traffic Roundabouts are Safer All-Around

When’s the last time you consider the impact of a street or highway intersection? For us, it was on our first trip to Savannah, Georgia.

Intersections should be designed with driver and passenger safety in mind. However, In the US, roughly 2.5 million auto accidents occur in intersections each year. That’s 10% of the 250 million vehicles in the US.

Solving the intersection dilemma in a roundabout way

Frustrated with the gaining popularity of roundabouts?   Take a moment to understand why there has been an increased use in America.
The Dilemma: Intersection or Roundabout

For decades Americans have had a fancy for cars imported from Europe. US consumers have found numerous reasons to support their purchase of imported autos. Arguments included performance, economy, style, and a plethora of other advantages. But the most frequent and compelling has been safety.

In recent decades America has been importing another vehicle for auto safety. This time, it’s not automobiles, and it is considerably less popular with American drivers. Roundabouts, an alternative to intersections, have long been popular in Europe. Also known as traffic circles, rotaries, or road circles, they replace intersections.

Traffic circles are much safer than intersections.  There is just no way around-it.
Turning Left is Dangerous to Your Health

Roundabouts have been slow to catch on in America. Why? I’ve seen some reasons, none of which make sense. What does makes sense are traffic circles:

  • Speed                           Slower speeds reduce damage and fatalities
  • Eliminates Left Turn   Why does UPS give drivers routes designed to avoid turning left? Because it reduces accidents and delays.
  • Energy Efficient          Braking to a full stop waste fuel. Starting from a dead stop is even more inefficient.
  • Trigonometry              Eliminates many of the more dangerous angles in which a car can be struck.
  • Safety                          Most important, roundabouts lead to improved safety.

The Institute for Highway Safety reports that roundabouts reduce crashes involving injury by 75%. Even more amazing the study reports collisions with fatalities are reduced by 90%.

Coming full circle on street and highway intersections

Why isn’t your insurance agent talking about roundabouts?

There may be a good reason, but I can’t think of a single one at the moment.

Insurance agents sell products that indemnify the insured in the event of a loss. Good insurance agents work with prospects and customers to help identify risk. They then provide input and access to effective solutions.

By raising awareness of the safety benefits of traffic roundabouts, we at TruePoint Insurance believe that we are doing our part to reduce risk. We’re arming our clients and prospects with the data that supports traffic circle safety.

Compared to the intersections commonly used in America, Roundabouts significantly reduce risk. The 37% reduction in overall collisions may pale in comparison to the 75% reduction in injury collisions. And while both fall short of a 90% reduction in fatality collisions, this is still jaw-dropping data.

The agents of TruePoint Insurance encourage each of you to take a stand. Raising awareness is the path to safer streets and roads. Saving lives by performing an action that will save money on insurance.

Roundabouts significantly reduce risk when compared to the intersections used today. The 37% reduction in overall collisions may pale in comparison to the 75% reduction in injury collisions. And while both fall short of a 90% reduction in fatality collisions, this is still jaw-dropping data.

The agents of TruePoint Insurance encourage each of you to take a stand. Raising awareness is the path to safer streets and roads. Saving lives by performing an action that will save money on insurance.     

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