The Future of Car Insurance

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Technology has been rapidly advancing for the past 10 years leaving people to wonder what is next… As the days pass it is becoming more apparent that the automobile is a key focus of technological advancement. As the car becomes more sophisticated what will happen to car insurance? The automobile is evolving whether you like […]


Increased Driving Costs

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Recent Trends Boost Costs for Oregon Drivers Does it seem like driving has become more expensive in Oregon in recent years? It likely has. Since 2014, the U.S. has seen more new cars on the road, and those cars are driving more miles than in years past. The severity of traffic-related accidents has grown worse, […]

How To: Make A Winter Emergency Kit For Car

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Winter is right around the corner, and with it comes harsh weather conditions. It is best to be prepared for the unexpected. Watch this video and learn how to make your own winter emergency kit for your car.  To ensure your safety during your travels this winter, follow these quick and easy steps to make […]

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7 Factors that Affect your Auto Insurance Rates

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Your Auto Insurance rates are rising, and you are wondering why… There are a number of factors that most insurance providers use to calculate how much you’ll end up paying for your auto insurance. The coverages you choose, where you live, the kind of car you drive, how your car is used, who drives the […]


How To Make Your Own Disaster Kit

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  Play it Safe and prepare for the worst. Disaster can strike at anytime so it is best to be prepared with some of the essential materials needed in case of emergency. Wether it is a fire evacuation or earthquake you can gather these items to better prepare you for disaster. Items in Disaster Kit: […]


Cover Oregon Web Site Case Settled


A settlement has been reached between the state of Oregon and Oracle Corp in the state lawsuit against the technology company. It marks the end of a five-year debacle characterized by wasted tax dollars, incompetence, and dysfunction. The whole project began in 2011, when Oregon signed a deal with Oracle to build and operate Cover […]