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Perhaps you heard a news report like this: A 10-year-old child climbs into their parent's car and takes off. Imagine this happening in your home. Perhaps it is your teen who believes they can drive. It could be a younger child who just saw the opportunity. In this situation, does your auto insurance policy offer help to cover the damage? READ MORE >>

If our clients don't carry comprehensive or collision insurance, we often recommend they enroll in Nation Safe Drivers (NSD). This month, NSD has some exciting news to share — news that we are sharing with all of you here. We are proud to announce that we are ranked the #1 Top Motor Club for the 3rd year in a row. READ MORE >>

Heads up, Tennessee! Some new laws, set to go into effect on July 1st, could impact your driving processes. If you have any questions on effects on insurance coverage, we can help. Contact the Augustine Insurance Group today! Lawmakers approved hundreds of bills during the legislative session of the 111th Tennessee General Assembly. READ MORE >>

Collisions can occur on the road at any time. Most people scan the road for dangers to reduce their risks of collisions. Yet, circumstances can change quickly. A person can jump out into the path of your car. An animal can cross the path. A collision avoidance system could help reduce this risk. READ MORE >>

Falling objects are not uncommon. Trees can lose branches. Objects can fall from roofs. And many other scenarios exist propel objects toward the ground. When these fallen items strike a car, they can cause a significant amount of damage. In most cases, auto insurance policies may cover this loss. READ MORE >>

Child safety advocates and members of Congress joined forces Wednesday to introduce bipartisan legislation aimed preventing hot car deaths. It’s called the Helping Overcome Trauma for Children Alone in Rear Seats (HOT CARS) Act of 2017. “It’s not about politics, it’s not about who is right or wrong. READ MORE >>

A proposed law would make it illegal to use your cell phone while driving in Tennessee unless it’s hands-free. State Representative John Holsclaw, a Republican from Elizabethton, says he plans on introducing the bill at the next legislative session. READ MORE >>

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