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Posted By: Lisa D. on October 29, 2015 in Auto Focus
A quick web search on auto insurance brings back around 200 million results. There is insurance information everywhere, but is it all accurate? While some of the tidbits you’ve heard about auto insurance and how it works are correct, many are not. Here at Acuity, we want to help debunk some of these myths.
Posted By: Mike F. on October 28, 2015 in Home Focus
According to the FBI, the average home loses $2,185 when a burglary occurs. Officer Andrew Kundinger of the Sheboygan Police Department says the area surrounding your home is very important in keeping your home safe from invaders. “By designing your home in a way that people can see you are keeping it clean— that someone is paying attention to the house—will keep crime down,” Officer Kundinger says.
Posted By: Lisa D. on October 19, 2015 in Auto Focus
You are busy, right? Multitasking is a way to get more done quickly and is considered a great skill in most cases—but not while driving. We’ve all seen drivers on their cell phones. Maybe you’ve seen drivers looking at directions, eating a snack, or even brushing their teeth! While these people may think they’re just multitasking, they are putting themselves and others in danger by being distracted drivers.
Posted By: Mike F. on October 14, 2015 in Home Focus
According to a 2014 poll by Insurance Information Institute, 95 percent of homeowners have insurance, but only 37 percent of renters carry insurance. While renters insurance may not be required at your apartment, there are several important reasons to protect yourself while renting. When you live in an apartment complex, all your neighbors are potential risks, so even if you take precautionary steps, you need to be prepared in case your next-door neighbor isn’t as responsible.

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