Back to Blog

Need auto insurance? Don't settle for "bare minimum" coverage from an 800 Number!

Tweet

If you want insurance protection that you know will cover you and your loved ones, call the Galish Group! You can buy auto insurance fairly cheap if you're ok with bare minimum coverage. The problem is that's exactly what you'll get - and you and your loved ones could be liable for much greater damages. Consumer Investigator Dale Cardwell, president of TRUSTDale.com, trusts the Galish Group to guide you to your best coverage options. Click HERE to receive this exclusive Galish Group/TD Deal: If the Galish Group can't beat your rates, apples to apples, they'll give you a $25 gift card. In addition, you get the Galish Group/TD Make It Right Guarantee!

TRUSTDale Tip of the Tip of the Day: *Tips for Cleaning Carpeting & Upholstery in your Car
  1. If carpeting begins to smell, sprinkle on 20-Mule Team Borax generously, then let it sit undisturbed for an hour before vacuuming up both dirt and unpleasant smells. If your dog goes off-road with you, you might be interested to learn that a second application of Borax will kill fleas and their eggs.
  2. Carpet edges starting to fray? Paint carpet seams and edges with a liquid resin, found in craft and fabric stores, to hold the fibers in place.
  3. Before your vehicle carpets begin to show excessive wear and tear, vacuum them just as you would at home. This will lift the fibers back upright and counteract the long-term ill effects of the dirt that's been pounded into it. If the situation is really bad, you might consider renting a steam cleaning-machine available at most supermarkets. If you do, be sure to bring up all the water when you're done, as stepping on a wet carpet only will damage the fibers further.
  4. If carpeting begins to smell, sprinkle on 20-Mule Team Borax generously, then let it sit undisturbed for an hour before vacuuming up both dirt and unpleasant smells. If your dog goes off-road with you, you might be interested to learn that a second application of Borax will kill fleas and their eggs.
  5. Carpet edges starting to fray? Paint carpet seams and edges with a liquid resin, found in craft and fabric stores, to hold the fibers in place.
  6. Before your vehicle carpets begin to show excessive wear and tear, vacuum them just as you would at home. This will lift the fibers back upright and counteract the long-term ill effects of the dirt that's been pounded into it. If the situation is really bad, you might consider renting a steam cleaning-machine available at most supermarkets. If you do, be sure to bring up all the water when you're done, as stepping on a wet carpet only will damage the fibers further.

*Source: http://www.roadandtravel.com/carcare/15tips.html