As summer loosens its grip and spring seems just around the corner, many of us look forward to heading out to enjoy our summer toys.
Being a Montana gal I've learned some smart things to do to prepare yourself, and your car, for winter driving.
Snowmobiles are a significant investment and there are insurance products specifically designed to protect you and your investment.
"Should I buy the insurance offered to me when I rent a car? Won't my automobile coverage extend?"
Did you know that the new grill guard you had mounted on your pickup truck may not be covered if damaged in an accident?
We've compiled these important steps to report your claim.
Are you out-of-luck when your vehicle is broken into? Not necessarily...
Most believe auto insurance follows the driver, not the vehicle. Not the case in Montana where insurance follows the vehicle.
Most insurance companies offer some optional coverage for towing or roadside assistance.
The best advice for driving in bad winter weather is to not drive at all, if you can avoid it.
Harry Staley with Staley's Tire & Automotive says check the air pressure in your vehicle's tires regularly during the winter months.
Auto insurance companies set their rates based on what they perceive the risk of a loss to be, but technology has given companies new and innovative ways to better assess risk.
As Montanans, we consider ourselves fortunate to live in such a beautiful state with so much opportunity for outdoor recreation. We relish in the adventures that can be found each summer along our highways, in our many campgrounds, and on our lakes and rivers.
Darnielle Insurance is available to answer your questions. We are located at 1320 28th Street West, Billings, MT 59102. Give us a call at 406-652-4180.