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Thursday, October 1, 2009

The freedom of driving


Owning a car doesn't stop when money and contract has changed hands and you had the key. It is only the beginning of a lifelong romance with your precious ride, the countless miles and the unexpected twists and turns of a car owner's life.

To enjoy each journey, either near or far, it is wise to have your car covered for any eventuality. Getting a car insurance is tantamount to having a stress free and smooth sailing drive. It is your safety belt when things go wrong, in a manner of speaking. Knowing you are adequately covered makes your journey enjoyable. You can even appreciate the scenery unfolding before your eyes!

Don't have car insurance yet? It is easy, affordable and hassle free. Get one now and you'll feel the difference of having a safe and comfortable drive of your life.

7 comments:

  1. I thought we need to have our car covered before it is allowed to be on the road.
    We are not able to renew the road tax without buying any insurance in my country.

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  2. You won't believe this but I got my driver's license when I was FOURTEEN years old. Back then (it was 1956) in the state of Virginia, we didn't take driver's training ---so my Dad taught me. We had a 1950 Pontiac which had a straight shift gear change. I loved driving and was good at it--even when THAT young.

    When I had my sons (3 of them)---they did not get a driver's license until they were about 16.. Times have changed.

    In this country, one cannot drive without a license and insurance.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. Insurance is important.. in my country, we are required to have an insurance before our road tax is able to be renewed.

    I think it is the accidents that happen all the time here that they put this strictly to hurt our wallets :P. So we will drive more carefully hehee.

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  4. I agree, it is always wise to have a reliable insurance. I know because Poorva and I were in a car accident recently. Will check out the link here.

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  5. I don't know how to drive "yet" we have a car and one can not drive here if you don't have a license and car insurance.

    teuer! expensive! but we must it's in the law here.

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  6. In my area, many parents make their teens wait until age 17 to drive because insurance costs so much. I like the idea of insurance discounts for good students as it gives them incentive to do well in school.

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  7. driving is very essential here..you really can't get anywhere if you won't. Public transport isn't as easy as other countries

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