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February 17th, 2014 by T.W. Butts Insurance Agency

The Difference between Regular and Premium Gas

Most people are clear on which type of gas their car needs. But not as many are clear on the differences between regular and premium gas. What’s the difference? One obvious difference is the price—premium fuel typically costs about 20 cents more per gallon than regular gas. Premium fuel also comes with a higher octane level—92 or 93 compared to 87 for regular gas. (You... Read Article

Boating with Dogs: Expert Shares Top 10 Water Safety Tips

Pets are members of our family, and more often than ever, they go wherever we go – even for an outing on the water. Whether your boat passengers have two legs or four, you’ll want to do all that you can to keep everyone safe as you sail or motor across the waves. To compile a list of the top boater safety tips, we asked... Read Article

Six Questions to Ask an Insurance Agent

When your life changes, your insurance often needs to change with it. Yet it’s not always clear what kind of protection you, your family or your business really need. Enter your insurance agent. He or she is there to help you get everything squared away. Not sure how to start? Here are six questions to ask an insurance agent. 1. Do I need additional insurance if I’m... Read Article

Tips for Talking to Your Insurance Agent

When your life changes oftentimes your insurance needs to change, too. Yet it’s not always clear what kind of insurance protection fits you, your family or your business. What a family of six needs is much different than what a single 20-something needs. That’s why at ERIE, an insurance agent is there to help you get everything squared away.  Here are six questions you should... Read Article

How to Cash in on the Gig Economy

There’s an exciting career revolution taking place – say hello to the “gig economy,” a booming new job market characterized by workers who call their own shots, set their own schedules and control their own destinies. Nowadays more and more Americans are becoming a part of this employment shift. In fact, according to a CareerBuilder survey, 29 percent of workers have some sort of side... Read Article