Many drivers are considered "non-standard" by today's insurance
industry. The number of drivers in this category, which
some may also label as "high-risk", has increased in the last decade. Drivers who don't fit into the
standard category based on age, experience, driving record,
history and other factors are often turned away by other insurance
companies. In other cases, less reputable non-standard auto insurance
carriers offer inferior coverage options at more than a premium rate.
Acceptance strives to offer a wide range of coverage options for
non-standard drivers, so you can find an affordable policy that suits
your needs, such as
non-owner car insurance, or whatever the situation may be.
Is It Right For Me?
What You Need to Know
In some cases, drivers fall into the non-standard category because
they have a less-than-perfect driving record. This includes people who
have had their license suspended or revoked and those who have had
excessive traffic violations or have been convicted of driving while
intoxicatedor driving under the influence (DWI or DUI).
Teens, new drivers, and
are also typically considered non-standard drivers. There are
companies that only accept standard drivers, thus severely limiting
the number of customers they are able toserve. There are also several
non-standard auto insurance companies on the market, but they are not
all the same. It's important to find a carrier that will consider your
unique needs and provide an affordable policy that works for you.
Get the Non-Standard Coverage You Deserve
If you have been labeled
high-risk, you still have many
auto insurance coverage
options available, despite what other carriers may have told you.
Acceptance has helped countless drivers in all categories find the
insurance they need with a flexible range of rate and coverage
options, and with customer service that can't be beaten. Contact us
today to learn more about our non-standard auto insurance policies and
get affordable coverage you deserve.
Throughout the country there are state regulated laws when it comes to wearing your seat belt while either driving or being a passenger in a vehicle. Seat belt laws started to come into effect in the 1990's with California being the first state to make it a primary offense for not wearing a seat belt. 30 more states later added their own seat belt laws.
Spring break is right around the corner and although some will be flying to their destinations, many will be taking road trips. Did you know that 100 million Americans actually prefer to plan out a road trip rather than fly? If you're someone who prefers to drive rather than fly, be sure that you're prepared for whatever the open road may bring by enrolling in our roadside assistance program.
For a lot of Americans, February comes with goodies not only on Valentine's Day but also goodies in the form of a tax refund check from the IRS. Splurging on a vacation or new electronics may be tempting, but take time to consider investing in your future with your tax refund.
Celebrated the 3rd Monday of every February in honor of George Washington's birthday, Presidents' Day occurs between February 15th and 21st. President's Day is a national holiday and is typically observed with, among other things, no school for students and closed banks. At Acceptance Insurance, we stay open so we can service our customers should they need us!