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6 Things You Didn’t Know Your ERIE Auto Policy Could Cover

The next time you look over your ERIE auto insurance policy, look for the “Xs” throughout the margins. These are all the “Xtra Protection Features” that are automatically included with your ERIE auto policy. 6 ERIE Auto Policy “Xtras” You Might Not Know You Have Here are just a few of the things you’re covered for (and always have been): Road Trip: Whether you’re headed across the state...

Can I Insure My E-Bike? (And Other Questions, Answered)

If you’ve seen more battery-powered electric bikes on sidewalks and streets, there’s a reason. E-bikes have become the fastest-selling electric vehicle on the market, now outselling electric cars by more than two-to-one, according to Deloitte. And Deloitte predicts that by the end of 2023, more than 130 million e-bikes will have been sold worldwide since 2020. But as recently as a few years ago, e-bikes...

How to Get Better Gas Mileage (And Other Questions About Fuel Economy)

If you’re looking for ways to tighten your monthly budget, there’s an unexpected place you can look: Your garage. No, we’re not telling you to sell your car (although that’s certainly an option). Rather, it’s time to take a closer look at the way you drive and take care of your vehicle. As gas prices climb, both of these habits can make a bigger impact...

What to Know About Ice Storms: Causes, Effects and Safety

In many places, dealing with winter weather like snow, sleet and ice is a normal part of life. But there’s a less common type of winter storm that can cause significant damage no matter where you live: ice storms. Unlike a winter storm or blizzard that brings high winds and heavy snowfall, an ice storm results in the accumulation of ice on outdoor surfaces –...

How To Dig Out After a Blizzard

  If you live in an area that regularly sees snow, clearing the driveways and sidewalks after a winter storm is a regular part of life. But when severe winter weather strikes, and the snowfall is measured in feet instead of inches, digging out becomes a lot more work. Even if the weather caught you off guard, you’ll still have to brave the cold and...