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Effective November 13, 2013, the MA RMV is changing the amount of notice that a customer must provide to cancel or reschedule a road test without needing to pay the road test fee. Notice required has increased from 24 to 72 hours. This means that a customer will need to pay the road test fee if he/she cancels or reschedules with less than a full three days notices. For example, if a road test ...

When you’re out on the roads and highways, be alert for motorcycles.  Nearly 7.1 million motorcycles are registered in the U.S.  Because of their size, motorcycles can be difficult to spot in traffic especially with various distractions such as cell phones, kids demanding your attention, etc. While motorcycles go as fast as cars, they offer no more protection than being on a bicycle which makes injuries in accidents far more severe compared to a ...

InControl Advanced Driver Training

Being a safer driver can save you money: save 10%+ on Advanced Driver Training ways to save The In Control Advanced Driver Training program has the potential to save you money in several ways. Save money on your auto insurance policy. Some companies including Safety Insurance provide consider the your having taken the In Control course as a factor when setting your rate or give a specific discount.    ...

Be aware of the new Massachusetts Safe Driving Law that goes into effect on September 30 2010. Here are some of the main aspects of the law. texting or reading texts while driving prohibition Operators cannot use any mobile electronic device to write, send, or read an electronic message (including text messages, emails, instant messages, or accessing the Internet) while operating a vehicle. This law applies to drivers of all ages. For definition of ...

March 22, 2009 marks the implementation of the new Move Over Law, which is designed to help protect police, firefighters, paramedics, tow truck drivers, and all roadside emergency and maintenance workers   The law requires all drivers approaching a stationary emergency or maintenance vehicle with flashing lights to move to the next adjacent lane if it is safe to do so, and, if that is not possible, to reduce their speed. There is ...

 

The information provided in these articles are only general descriptions and should not be relied upon as complete, correct or accurate for your specific situation. All coverage informaiton is subject to policy provisions, endorsements and may be  subject to your meeting underwriting qualifications. Murphy Insurance Agency is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting or other noninsurance professional services. Consult an appropriate professional for advice regarding your own situation.