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Auto Insurance 101 for Teen Drivers

Auto Insurance 101 for Teen Drivers As a parent of a teenager, you have so many concerns; foremost is your child’s safety and wellbeing. The Nevada Division of Insurance would like to help provide you information on one important teen milestone; teen driving. Your kid has just obtained a driver’s license, now what? Before you […]

September 27th READ MORE

Ask One Nevada – Insurance

Every week we answer the top five member questions most frequently asked at One Nevada Credit Union. This week we are covering the top 5 questions about Insurance. Stay tuned for more topics! Q: What is GAP? Guaranteed Asset Protection, which eliminates the deficiency you may be left with in the event your car is totaled […]

June 28th READ MORE

You need more than insurance to protect your investment.

The most dangerous time to drive has nothing to do with hours of the day or months of the year. It’s the first few years you own your vehicle. If it’s in an accident and can’t be repaired or stolen and can’t be recovered, you could owe thousands more than insurance covers. Guaranteed Asset Protection […]

March 16th READ MORE

Nevada Division of Insurance Offers Auto Accident Tips to Las Vegas Drivers

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department recently announced that effective March 3, 2014 it will no longer respond to or accept accident reports for minor, non-injury car accidents on city and county streets in the Las Vegas area. In order to help area residents who are unsure of what to do in an accident, the Nevada […]

February 26th READ MORE

Confused about Homeowners Insurance?

You aren’t alone, according to this article from Insurance Journal. One Nevada Insurance Services will happily help you navigate through your insurance options. Many homeowners do not understand what exposures are covered under their home insurance policy, according to a new consumer survey. More than two in five Americans (41 percent) believe that a standard […]

May 14th READ MORE

Is the Whole Family Covered? Pet Insurance is More Important Thank You Think

With names like Joey, Simon and Sasha, they could easily be mistaken for any human member of the family. They don’t sleep outside in the elements and often eat home-cooked meals of chicken and rice.  If your family pet were sick, wouldn’t you want the best care possible and not have to worry about the […]

April 19th READ MORE

There is a new insurance scam targeting Nevadans …

Scam Alert: Beware of Robocallers Promising Lower Insurance Rates Insurance Commissioner Scott J. Kipper is warning Nevadans about a telephone scam circulating in Nevada. The scam is an automated call that tells consumers that their zip code has been re-evaluated and that they now qualify for lower insurance rates. Consumers are then asked to “press […]

February 4th READ MORE

Question of the Day: What You Need to Apply for Insurance

What kinds of questions should I be expected to answer when I apply for an insurance policy? Why do insurers need so much information? When you apply for an insurance policy, you’ll be asked a number of questions. Among other things, the agent might ask you your name, age, gender, and address. You’ll also be […]

January 4th READ MORE

Stay Protected at Home and Conduct a Year End Insurance Policy Review

As the holiday season is in full swing, most families are not thinking about insurance. But as the year comes to an end, it’s a good idea to conduct a home inventory and year-end insurance policy review. This is the best way to make sure that your home and possessions have the insurance protection they […]

December 17th READ MORE

Money-Saving Monday: Save on Insurance

Save on Insurance Sometimes you can save by paying your entire premium annually or semi-annually. Also, lower your deductible. You may not want to pay a $500 or $1,000 deductible, but most people can. Ask your insurance agent what the rate difference would be to increase your deductible. You may find you’d save more annually rather […]

November 5th READ MORE