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There are many types of insurance:

Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Homeowners or Renters Insurance, Flood Insurance, Auto Insurance, Business Insurance, Pet Insurance, Tuition Insurance, Travel Insurance, Title Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance ... these just just a few examples of insurance products available to Vermonters.

You Don't Have to Be an Insurance Expert to Make Good Buying Decisions

If you can comparison shop for cars, home computers, or washing machines, you can shop around for the best insurance. Here are some things to keep in mind:

  1. You can easily find price information and quotes online or by talking to an agent.
  2. It’s important to understand the coverages you need and want. That way, when you compare prices, you are comparing apples to apples.
  3. Above all, don’t be afraid to ask for explanations of anything you don’t understand. Good agents and customer representatives should welcome your questions.
  4. Finally, cost is never the only factor in choosing a policy. Quality and convenience of service make a difference, as well as the reputations of companies and agents. Not all insurers offer the same coverage.

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