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Biking is a great way to get around and it is great exercise. It is also very easy to practice social distancing while you explore the state. Here are some of Rhode Island’s most treasured bike paths for you to enjoy. Blackstone River Bikeway This bike path covers 17 miles from Woonsocket to Cumberland, but… Read more »

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Don’t base insurance decisions solely on whether insurance is mandated or not. Your “need” for camper insurance should be based on what you’ve invested and what you could potentially lose. Saving a few bucks now could lead to substantial financial loss and potentially affect your future, too. Vehicle Types The word “camper” is used to… Read more »

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Most homeowners want to upgrade their home sooner or later. However, many fail to consider the impact renovations could have on their insurance. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) recommends an insurance review whenever you’re considering or have done significant work to your home. Here’s why. Renovations Affect Home Value Renovations usually increase your… Read more »

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Rhode Island colleges are planning to re-open in the fall, but a recent rise in COVID-19 cases has caused Governor Gina Raimondo to reduce the number of people permitted in gatherings to 15 and she has extended Phase 3. While everyone is moving along with preparations, Raimondo has made it clear that health officials have… Read more »

clock August 20, 2020 comments No Comments flowchart Business InsuranceOur Blog tag coronavirus

The pandemic has changed the world and how we do business. Although it has created many negative effects, it has also provided business with some valuable lessons. Here are five we should all learn from to create a more resilient, flexible business as we move forward. Business Continuity Plans Are Vital Most business owners think… Read more »

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Travel restrictions shouldn’t cast a shadow over your vacation. Rhode Island has plenty of options for a fun, memorable holiday. Check out a few of these activities, stay safe, and enjoy your state. Visit Our State Parks & Beaches Exploring the great outdoors is a great way to get some exercise, while practicing social distancing…. Read more »

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Cranston Dee’s Deli 1296 Cranston St. This deli offers a great selection of sandwiches. Try one of the customer’s favorites like the Andy Boy Rabe Sandwich with sautéed broccoli rabe with sharp provolone or the homemade chicken sausage. They’re also known for their Italian Grinder with salami, capicola, pepperoni, provolone and American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes,… Read more »

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Many people are choosing bicycles today, because they’re a great way to exercise, economize, and stay safe during the pandemic. However, you need to protect your new asset. Here’s what you need to know about bicycle insurance so you and your ride are well-protected. Homeowners, Renters & Condo Insurance In some cases, a standard homeowners,… Read more »

clock July 21, 2020 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Safety

Despite everything that is going on this year, we can still enjoy the beach if we take the proper precautions. Follow these guidelines, stay safe, and enjoy. Check Beach Before You Go Sometimes Rhode Island authorities close beaches to swimmers for various reasons such as issues with water quality. Check the Department of Health’s beach… Read more »