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Car insurance premiums in Florida are among the highest in the United States, clocking in at an average of $1,596 per year in 2019. For Ocala drivers, the citywide average rate is slightly lower — about $1,400. But that doesn't mean that's what you'll actually pay for coverage. READ MORE >>

If you are a Florida driver, you need car insurance. All the same, getting covered is going to cost you money. However, what you will pay will vary based on numerous factors. Here's a little more information to consider. Learn More About The Villages Insurance What's A Car Insurance Premium? READ MORE >>

The Villages is a community designed for senior citizens. It offers ease and convenience for residents who need to get around town. Often, you don't even have to drive your car. You might just take your golf cart. Whenever you drive your golf cart, you must ensure that it has appropriate insurance. READ MORE >>

You might think Ocala is a perfectly safe area. We're very glad to say that in most cases, this holds true. However, you cannot assume that your possessions are immune to the risk of theft or vandalism. This is especially true when it comes to your car. Indeed, in many cases, cars are some of the most easily stolen items anyone can own. READ MORE >>

During your early years of driving, your car insurance premium will probably cost more on average. This is because younger, single drivers have higher operating risks that require more investment from insurers. Yet, since you are young, you are probably on a budget and you want to keep your premiums as affordable as possible. READ MORE >>

Florida's average car insurance rate is around $1,100 per year. Ocala residents, more specifically, pay around $1,000 annually. Given that you, as a driver, must factor this cost into your budget, you'll want to save as much as you can on coverage. One of the most common ways to do so is to ask for policy discounts. READ MORE >>

School has started back up, and many drivers seem uncertain when to stop for a bus on a 4 lane road. Florida school buses carry precious cargo — our children. Motorists should always be alert and drive with caution around school buses. READ MORE >>

Many senior citizens travel together because it gives them a sense of security. Having an extra set of eyes and ears with you in the car might improve your ability to notice hazards before they become disasters. Yet, some drivers, particularly single drivers, don't have that luxury. READ MORE >>

Maybe you are moving from another city in Florida to Ocala. Or, you are a new Florida resident, and have decided that Ocala is the perfect place to settle. Moving to a new town means a lot of preparation. You often have to transfer all of your assets and legal responsibilities to your new hometown. READ MORE >>

Like the rest of Florida, Ocala sees its fair share of wet weather. The average rainfall in the city is 7.4 inches on average each June, according to U.S. Climate Data. June also happens to be the month that the city gets the most rain, on average. Whenever rainy weather approaches, it causes adverse road conditions. READ MORE >>

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