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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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Looking For Rideshare Insurance Coverage in Chicago?

Posted on May 19th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

With rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft becoming more prevalent on the roads, insurance companies are beginning to provide coverages designed specifically for rideshare drivers. Whether you’re driving yourself or picking up a rider, Accurate Auto Insurance wants to make you feel safe when you’re on the road while still offering you an affordable […]

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When to File an Auto Insurance Claim

Posted on March 30th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

Lots of online advice will lead you to believe that there are benefits to not filing a claim with your auto insurance in Peoria after a minor accident. Some sources will tell you that filing claims is just a time-consuming hassle that will raise your premiums. The truth is, when you choose to circumvent the […]

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My Car is “Totaled.” What Does That Mean?

Posted on January 18th, 2021 by Matthew Makris

The term “totaled” comes from the insurance term “total loss.” Put simply, when the cost of repairing a damaged vehicle exceeds the cost (or a set percentage of the cost) of repairing the vehicle, it makes little financial sense to spend the money for repairs. The insurance company calls the vehicle a total loss, and […]

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