Crown Affordable Insurance Blog
Classic cars can be quite hard to take care of. Most of the parts are hard to come by today, making replacement a chore. It is not merely keeping it nice and clean on the outside; maintaining vintage is more often than not is keeping fluid levels in check and driving it as often as you can. Keep your car in check with these ways.
Recreational vehicle travel has become increasingly prevalent, even to vacationers of different ages and budgets. Peer-to-peer rental companies are steadily growing, and this has made RV travel more appealing and accessible. Flexibility and freedom, all the while offering you the chance to be immersed in nature, are some of the benefits afforded by RV travel. If you are planning your first RV trip, then here are some tips to keep in mind.
We live in a period where it’s really expensive to get sick. With the number of viruses and diseases rising, health insurance should now be a necessity. However, you’re also thinking that health insurance is expensive, especially when you never had any health problems lately.
Health insurance provides people with a much needed financial backup during times of medical emergencies. Health risks and uncertainties are part of life. One cannot plan and get sick but one can certainly be prepared for the financial aspect. One of the ways to be financially prepared against uncertain health risks is by buying health insurance.
According to statistics, an average of only 37% who rent houses or apartments have renter’s insurance. That figure is relatively low compared to the number of those who rent in different states in the country. We will discuss here the importance of getting renter's insurance and when you should get it.
One of the dreams of a car aficionado is to restore a classic car. However, it is hard to know where to start. Repairing a vehicle needs patience and love, and it takes months to complete. Here are some tips to aid you with your first car restoration.
Dear Crown Affordable Clients,
It is our pleasure to inform you that we are relocating to new, smarter business premises on January 1, 2020.
Our new Office is located at 1091 Italian Way Excelsior Springs MO 64024
Our contact numbers remain the same, Business Office 816-630-3278, Business Cell 816-615-3197 and you can continue to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours of operation will change to Monday- Friday 8-6pm
Our new premises are on the corner of 69 Hwy and Italian Way
With our larger office space with private meeting rooms and updated parking area we are hoping to use some of the area for community out reach and helping to support other small businesses in the community.
We are looking forward to this move! Thank you for your support.
Please contact us with any questions you may have concerning our new location or our services. We look forward to seeing you at our new address.
Sometimes, it is difficult to rent an apartment or a house. There may be some repairs needed, but your landlord did not respond to it. It can make the relationship between you and the proprietor go sour. To help you protect yourself from any violations is to know your rights, and here are some of the things you should know.
Collecting vintage cars is not an easy feat! It's not just about keeping it nice and clean, there's a whole maintenance system that you should consider first. Aside from that, most of their features are outdated and needs updating to match the modern cars we have today. Here are 6 features that you can install to your classic car.
Traveling via Recreational Vehicles, aka RV trailers, is a lovely and unique experience. It is a fun way for friends and family to have a lower-cost option for a trip. Plus, it allows you to explore the great outdoors while having some room for comfort, too. But with all the available RV choices, how would you choose which one to get? Here are the most common ones that you can look into having.
Whether you’re planning to purchase a new health insurance policy or sticking to an old policy, you should learn how to make claims. Many insurers deny claims by mistake. This gives you, the patient, a big headache dealing with medical bills. Thus, you need to take some precautions in order to reduce cases of rejection by the insurer. Here are some of them.