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Speed and it’s effect on stopping distances

Speed and it’s effect on stopping distances

You might think that speeding by 5 km/h doesn’t affect you. However studies show otherwise, with a dramatic increase in stopping distance for every 5 km/h over the limit and also a greater likelihood of damage to your vehicle and injury to yourself and other road users.

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6 tips to avoid reversing collisions

6 tips to avoid reversing collisions

Despite the minor amount of time driving in reverse, reversing collisions are one of the most common claim types experienced. Most of the time these claims are low in value but their high frequency and other hidden costs such as time off the road and claims administration fees can add up to increased premiums for you. Here are 6 simple tips to help avoid reversing collisions.

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What Businesses Should Know About Water Damage

What Businesses Should Know About Water Damage

Whether it’s from a leaky hot water system or a flood, did you know that, according to Chubb claims data, your office is more likely to have water damage than damage from a fire? If your business owns or leases property or office space, it’s best to have a plan and be...

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What insurance do I need for my business?

What insurance do I need for my business?

If you're just starting out in business, insurance should be a top priority. This is because once you have opened a new business, insurance can be one of the most important factors in ensuring you stay open. Our Steadfast Well Covered article explains more here. If...

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Is your business fire safe?

Is your business fire safe?

Although bushfire season is here, this risk is only one of a host of different sources of fire. Arson is often the cause of fire and poor maintenance standards are another serious fire risk for businesses.

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Do you have enough insurance for your small business?

Do you have enough insurance for your small business?

Underinsurance remains a serious issue for small businesses, with the Insurance Council of Australia’s (ICA) statistics showing 12.8 per cent of small businesses and 24 per cent of sole traders have no insurance. Organisations operating in the education sector have the highest rate of non-insurance at 25 per cent of entities in this industry with no insurance.

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The insurance implications of working from home

The insurance implications of working from home

Australians are increasingly working from home, with the most recent data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics indicating at least a third of us choose to work from home at least past of the time. A study by future trends research house McCrindle shows there are...

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