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Illinois Suspends Nearly 2,700 Plates with New Insurance Verification System

Posted on November 16th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

The Illinois Insurance Verification System was unveiled in July to reduce the number of uninsured drivers out on the road. In just over 2 months, the state has suspended the registration of over 2,700 uninsured vehicles. Read this blog to learn what the new system means for motorists in Illinois, including those who are uninsured. […]

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Can a Car Survive a Flood?

Posted on September 28th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

If your car has recently gone through a flood, you’re probably wondering whether or not it can be salvaged. If you’re able to get your car out of water quickly and allow it to dry, repairing it may be possible. However, you should only approach a flooded car when you’re absolutely sure it’s safe to […]

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11 Tips For Uber & Lyft Drivers To Boost Rideshare Earnings

Posted on September 8th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

Driving for a rideshare company, like Uber or Lyft, has many advantages. The work is flexible and you get to choose how many hours you work each week. While it’s easy enough to start driving for a rideshare company, it’s not always easy to earn a solid income, at least not right away. Earning a […]

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Cheap SR22 Insurance Illinois

Posted on July 26th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

Are you getting car insurance with a suspended license? If so, you’ll need an SR-22 in Illinois. An SR-22 is a certificate of financial responsibility the state requires you to file. Even if you don’t own a car or truck and your license has been suspended or revoked, you’re still responsible for filing an SR-22 […]

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What Is The Electronic Liability Insurance Verification Program?

Posted on June 10th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

In Illinois, auto insurance is mandatory. Last year, a new law became effective, requiring all companies that write auto insurance policies to provide daily reports to the Secretary of State to update them on every new policy started that day, as well as any that are canceled. This report feeds into the Secretary of State’s […]

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