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Insurance Made Plain

Insurance Made Plain

Insurance is a fact of life. Most states mandate that in order to drive you must
have auto insurance. If you have a mortgage, you are required to have home
insurance. But unfortunately, insurance is not a subject taught in school. As a
result, many stumble through the dark not quite sure of the difference between
comprehensive coverage and collision coverage or know that flood damage is not
covered under a home insurance policy. Insurance Made Plain to help people,
specifically women, become insurance savvy by taking the complexity out insurance.

Don’t forget insurance with college-bound kids

Don’t forget insurance with college-bound kids
Insurance needs are often overlooked in the last-minute scramble. But relying on
existing coverage — or a lack of it — can end up costing families during the
college years and perhaps beyond.

Parents don’t need to buy all kinds of additional insurance as they pack the kid off
to college. But they had better at least review their coverage to know whether
they’re prepared for that stolen iPad, trip to the emergency room or worse.

A look at key considerations for different types of insurance:

Auto Insurance

Car insurance is an area where families can actually save money.

Premiums may be reduced by 10 percent to 20 percent if the student attends a college
more than 100 miles away and doesn’t take a car. And, car on campus or not, some
insurers also offer a “good student discount” for those who maintain a B average or

Even if they might not qualify for either discount, parents should inform their
insurance company that a student on the policy will be relocating. It’s good to keep
insurers in the loop on such moves. Depending on where the college is, the cost
could go up or down.


It’s not unusual for students to have thousands of dollars of electronic gadgets and
other belongings in their dorm rooms, from laptops and videogame systems to bicycles
and musical instruments. And they are popular targets for theft.

Such items typically are covered by the parents’ homeowners or renters insurance if
stolen — minus the deductible, of course. But coverage varies, so inquire about
any policy limits.

Taking a photograph of each expensive possession can help ensure receipt of its
proper replacement value if it’s stolen.

To protect against items being lost, or for extra coverage with a lower deductible,
renters insurance is available for usually around $150 to $200 a year. Deductibles
can be as low as $50 or $100.

Anyone living off-campus will need to get a separate renters insurance policy to
cover personal belongings, as will each roommate.

Life Insurance

Buying life insurance for a college kid might sound overly cautious, if not macabre.
But it can make sense for parents who co-sign for tens of thousands in private
student loans. Without it, they may owe the amount they co-signed for if their child
dies. Some lenders, but not all, will forgive loans for co-signers if the student
dies or is permanently disabled. Be sure to ask your lender first.

It’s possible to get a $100,000 term life insurance policy for a student for less
than $100 a year. That’s a bargain price to pay to avoid the risk of years of hefty
monthly payments if tragedy strikes.

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Selling snapshot

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Introduce the DISCOUNT

“I’d like to tell you about Snapshot.



It’s only offered by Progressive. Snapshot

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based on that information. The bottom



Snapshot helps good drivers save

money on their insurance.”




Qualify the customer

“Sound interesting? You should consider

that Snapshot is best for drivers who:

Are willing to plug the device in their

vehicle for six months.

Drive their vehicle less than 15,000

miles per year.

Don’t frequently drive between

midnight and 4 a.m.

Don’t frequently brake hard.

Does it sound like Snapshot might be a fit

for you?”

Help the customer make a good decision

by using the Snapshot questions within

the (FAO) quote flow.

If they don’t meet any of the criteria

above, they will probably not benefit.

Remember that Snapshot can be used for

any or all vehicles on a policy.

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who wants to enroll from doing so,

regardless of how they answer these

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their rates can’t go up.




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“It sounds like you could really benefit

from Snapshot. So, here’s how it works.

Once you’ve signed up, Progressive

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connect to the diagnostic port in your

vehicle. Expect to receive it in 7-10 days,

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that information to Progressive



you don’t have to do


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Life Insurance

What is term life insurance?

Term life insurance differs from whole life insurance because you purchase coverage
for a specific period of time rather than an indefinite one. Generally, you can buy
term life insurance for periods of five years or more, and your policy is active
until that period passes.

We offers term life insurance quotes from many of the nation’s top life insurance
companies, so you have several options to find the right life insurance company and
policy for your budget.

How much life insurance do you need?

An ideal time to buy life insurance is when you’re healthy because you’ll pay less.
As the years pass, keep in mind that rates change, so even if you already have life
insurance, you can get the same — or more — coverage for less money.

Other factors to consider when you’re deciding on life insurance include:

medical expenses
your children’s age
whether you’re the sole income earner
funeral expenses
Planning for life insurance doesn’t have to be an unpleasant experience. In fact, it
can be quite comforting to know that you’ve considered all aspects of your life and
are ensuring your loved ones are in good hands.

Plan today so you can enjoy tomorrow.

Thank You,
Willie Cheeks

Cheeks Insurance Agency, LLC
One Columbus Center Ste 600
Virginia Beach, Va 23462
Cell:(757) 309-1850

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More than 750,000 Progressive customers have used Snapshot, but Progressive says it
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Thank You,
Willie Cheeks

Cheeks Insurance Agency, LLC
One Columbus Center Ste 600
Virginia Beach, Va 23462
Cell:(757) 309-1850

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