Priority Insurance LLC Blog
Being practically in quarantine these past few months, you’ve probably spent a lot of time in and around your home, thinking of upgrading your living space. Well, you’re not alone. According to a Home Renovation Consumer Survey, 64% of Americans have completed some sort of home improvement project in 2020. From the same survey, 62% of Americans are planning a home renovation or maintenance project, and 32% plan to do it themselves. But what does that mean for your home insurance?
The pandemic has affected our daily lives not only in the US but worldwide. For months, we have been staying in our homes as a preventive measure, and the news on the virus situation seems to change on a daily, or sometimes hourly basis. How long will we have to maintain physical distancing? How long do we need to wear masks? Do we have enough savings to last us until work goes back to normal?
Like other insurances, the price of getting motorcycle insurance differs from client to client. In the United States, the average cost of motorcycle insurance is $702 per year or $59 per month. Listed below are the common factors that are used to determine your motorcycle insurance costs.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has dramatically affected the state of our economy. Many business owners are being forced to shell out a significant amount of money struggling to stay afloat. At worst, some declare bankruptcy and officially close their businesses to prevent them from being put into more debt.