Automobile Policy

Everyone needs car insurance.  That is a fact.  We would by happy to help establish limits that make sense for you and affirm that you and your family are fully covered.

Whether passengers or drivers, auto collisions are the No. 1 killer of every single age from 16 to 23, as well as age 10. Our backseat passengers are the drivers of tomorrow, and they are looking to the adults in their lives to inspire safe driving behaviors. Allstate is bringing attention to the critical community issue of safe driving by asking future drivers to advocate for their parents and other current drivers to model good driving habits in hopes of making the roads safer for everyone.

With the chaos of today, it is important to make certain that you have all the coverage you need.  Whether you're driving your kids to school, driving to work, or even running to the store, anything can happen.  Our agents will be able to guide you towards the right path to getting the insurance you need and the assurance of keeping you and your family protected and your vehicle covered.  We can take the mystery out of all that auto policy lingo and help to get you the proper coverage you need.  

You'll have peace of mind knowing that our agency’s number one priority is your safety and coverage.  We have insurance agents waiting by the phone throughout the day to answer your questions and help you find the plan that best fits your needs.  From a scratch to a collision, Blitz Insurance Group has you covered.  From Personal Injury Protection (PIP) to comprehensive and collision, we can explain things and get your coverage immediately.

Whether it’s a summer road trip, a winter commute or just a little excursion with the kids, it’s never a good time to be stranded on the side of the road. That’s where an emergency car kit can help. Filled with essentials to help you weather a range of calamities, it’s a stowaway in your trunk that can offer peace of mind.

Here’s a rundown of the basics — a number of add-ons you may not have thought of — so you can build out a roadside emergency kit you can rely on.

Basic Emergency Car Kit

Every car kit should begin with some general emergency supplies. Here are some of the essentials recommended by the National Safety Council and Ready.gov:

  • Spare tire, wheel wrench and jack
  • Jumper cables
  • Basic tool kit and/or multipurpose tool
  • Local road maps (in case your GPS and phone are without power)
  • Flares or reflective triangles
  • Blankets
  • Car cellphone charger
  • Drinking water
  • Food (non-perishables, like protein bars or dried fruit)
  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • First aid kit
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Duct tape


Baby Items

A few essentials can save the day if your normally well-stocked diaper bag runs short. Consider keeping these items on hand:

  • Formula
  • Bottles
  • Diapers
  • Diaper cream
  • Wipes

You may also want to supplement with additional items that make sense for your own baby, like a blankie, toy or pacifier.

Pet Supplies

If your furry friend is a frequent car companion, it makes sense to stow these supplies for him, too:

  • Pet food
  • Water
  • Feeding/watering bowls
  • Leash
  • Chew toy or other comfort item

Sanitation Items

It may not be the first thing you think of, but basic sanitation items can be very helpful when you’re stranded in the car. Having these items on hand may be helpful:

  • Four-pack of toilet paper
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Feminine products
  • Zipper bags in various sizes to hold trash and wet items

Weather Gear

Consider adding these items to your kit depending on the season and weather:

  • Ice scraper and shovel
  • Sand or kitty litter (to aid tire traction)
  • Hand/foot warmers
  • Rain ponchos
  • Battery-powered fan
  • Sunblock
  • Winter/summer hats
  • Insect repellant

Boredom Fighters

Sometimes it takes a while before you or a professional can repair your vehicle and get you back on the road. A few distractions can help keep tempers in check:

  • Deck of cards
  • Books
  • Notepads and pens

Once you assemble your supplies, you’ll want to store them in sturdy container, like a large vacuum-seal bag or a plastic storage bin. But don’t just forget about it. Experts say it’s important to check and refresh supplies once or twice a year, so they’re in good condition for whatever the road throws your way.

Call us today toll-free at 844-617-7444 and get a free quote.  We appreciate the opportunity to find you savings and help get the best coverage for your property.