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OK, by now you’ve heard and read about the “right to repair” bill – on the radio, online, in the papers and on the local news.. lots of opinions, not much information.  So what is this all about? READ MORE >>

License plates in Massachusetts have been issued in a set of two red plates…one for the front and one for the rear of the vehicle, for many years now.  Prior to the set of two red plates, there was only one green plate required on the rear of the vehicle. READ MORE >>

Student Discounts If you have a student listed on your Massachusetts auto insurance policy, or if you are a student yourself, chances are you may be paying higher rates for inexperienced operators.  The good news is that you may be eligible for one of two student driver discounts, each of which could save you up to 15%! READ MORE >>

Lots.  I wonder what his deductible is…  Aerosmith front man, American Idol judge and Marshfield hero Steven Tyler recently purchased a $1.1 million dollar car – a Hennessey Venom GT Spyder.  We were wondering here in the office this morning what it might cost to insure it. READ MORE >>

Many people are not aware of these dates in our region…the Atlantic Hurricane Season actually runs from 6/1 through 11/30.  Following are some tips on being prepared: AHEAD OF A STORM -Plan an evactuation route and destination if it is necessary to leave your home READ MORE >>

Ahhh, it's that magical time of year when I have to rush around during the final week before Christmas to shop for my loved ones.  There's just something special about that burning sensation I get at the base of my skull when my fellow last-minute shoppers put their own interests above everyone else's. READ MORE >>

So far the new Waler Hannon Parkway that connects Burgin Parkway to the Southern Artery has gotten mixed reviews.  I have personally only driven it a handful of times during low-volume hours, and I found it to be a vast improvement over the convoluted maze it used to be. READ MORE >>

One of my favorite things to do on a dreary Saturday morning is sit down in a dingy joint with a cup of coffee, an extra large ice water and an outrageously huge plate of eggs benedict, corned beef hash and home fries. READ MORE >>

A local developer has proposed plans for a zip line course on the Quincy side of the Blue Hills area near the Quincy quarries.  The development would span the granite cliffs, offering knee-wobbling zip line flights and panoramic views of the Boston skyline. READ MORE >>

The Mass Division of Insurance has fined Progressive $125,000 for failing to properly explain their rating system to their clients.  The DOI claims Progressive told roughly 3,200 Massachusetts auto insurance customers that their credit rating was used in setting their auto insurance rates. READ MORE >>

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