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Let A Northglenn Insurance Agent Help You Get Insurance Fit For Your Needs
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Every year, about 800,000 to 1 million cars are stolen. This is a very scary statistic and I’m sure that you don’t want to be a part of it. Many different types of cars are stolen here in the U.S., but some are stolen more than others. The number one stolen car in the U.S. is a 1994 Honda Accord and the number two stolen car is an older Honda—a 1995 Civic. We can guess at the reasons people steal these cars—maybe because of their reliable long-lasting motors or their spacious interiors—but we’ll never truly know. If you own a Honda Civic or Accord of any year you could be a part of this statistic. Having your car stolen is one of the most stressful things some people can experience. If such an event were to occur to you, are you prepared for the result?
In the U.S., cars are the main form of transformation—new and old, classics and a daily commuter car. Having insurance is one of the smartest decisions you can make for yourself and your family. There are many insurance providers, but some nickel and dime you, while others do their best to make sure your service is exquisite and the price is always manageable. If you already have insurance and are satisfied, that’s wonderful! But did you ever think you were overpaying for it? Contact your local insurance agent and let him help you save money this year while still getting great service. It’s better to have full coverage on your automobiles in case anything were to happen. You want to make sure you’re fully reimbursed for your vehicle’s damage.
At Leinweber Insurance Agency, we can get you that low-rate homeowner’s or auto quote you desire. We can also answer any questions or concerns you may have. Please give us a call at 303-558-9880 or stop in our office. We care about our clients and promise to do our best to help you save your cash and not settle for less.