What Is PIP Car Insurance And Why Drivers Should Purchase It?

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 15, 2020 / Compare-autoinsurance.org (http://compare-autoinsurance.org/) is a top auto insurance brokerage website, providing car insurance quotes online from trustworthy agencies all over the United States. This website explains what Personal Injury Protection (PIP) car insurance is and why drivers should buy it.

Personal Injury Protection insurance (PIP) is one of the least understood types of insurance. Many policyholders don’t know that much about this coverage. This insurance will cover bodily injury after a car accident. This coverage was created because it took to long to decide who caused the accident and had to pay all the medical bills. PIP insurance will cover the policyholder and the immediate family members while occupying a car, or if they are struck by a vehicle while walking on the sidewalk. Also, PIP will cover any person inside the policyholder’s vehicle.

PIP insurance can cover the

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Is secured or unsecured right for me?

If you’re on the hunt for a personal loan, one question that may be on your lips is, should I choose a secured or unsecured loan

Ultimately, the type of loan you choose could influence things like the interest rate you receive, what you can borrow for and what fees are attached to the loan. 

So which personal loan is right for you? Let’s break it down: 

If you have some assets, like a car or a home, you may qualify for a secured personal loan. An example of a typical type of secured loan is a car loan, used to purchase either a new or pre-loved car. 

Because you are putting up your goods as collateral, these types of loans often come with lower interest rates and fees. According to the Mozo database, the current secured variable rate averages sit at 9.04% (not including car-specific loans) and

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Post-COVID-19 economy will put people back to work, but it won’t be in all the same jobs: Don Pittis



a sign on a wooden pole: Real estate data later today from the Canadian Real Estate Association is expected to show persistent strength, but post-recovery employment will depend on a different set of jobs.


Real estate data later today from the Canadian Real Estate Association is expected to show persistent strength, but post-recovery employment will depend on a different set of jobs.

Propelled by sharp cuts in interest rates, so far it seems the housing market and the jobs it generates will continue to be a linchpin of the Canadian economy.

While many credible voices, including Evan Siddall at the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, have warned we may be setting ourselves up for a fall, home sales and construction show few signs of slumping in Canada’s hottest markets.

Today’s latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association will provide a clearer picture, but if housing persists throughout the current pandemic as prime job creator, it may be a special case.

Just as industries renew themselves through the process of creative destruction during economic downturns, research conducted long before the current crisis indicates that

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