Some Insurance Tips
How to Prevent Vehicle Theft
Although you can not ensure your vehicle will not be stolen you can take a few easy steps to prevent the likelihood of it happening, by making it more difficult for a thief to steal your vehicle and its contents.
Always lock your vehicle
Never leave your keys in the vehicle
Turn off your ignition whenever you leave your car
Avoid parking on the street
Conceal items left in your car, keep things in the trunk and never leave money or compact discs in the open
Whenever possible, park your vehicle in a well-lit, well-guarded, highly visible area
Ask your neighbours to watch out for your vehicle and do the same for them
Install an anti-theft deterrent such as car alarms or an ignition disabler.
For tips and more information to help you avoid having your car broken into or stolen please contact the appropriate industry organization in your area.
Vehicle Safety and Maintenance
Read your vehicle owner's manual to understand its maintenance needs.
Maintaining your vehicle according to the manufacturers recommended maintenance schedule will go a long way in extending the life of your vehicle and spotting minor problems before they become major repairs.
Have your vehicle checked by a qualified mechanic whenever you notice a change in braking or handling.
Consider taking a recognized driver safety course.