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Motorcycle Your Way to Adventure -- the Safe Way!

Even before you mount a bike, it's important to be properly dressed -- that is, in the right, protective gear.  Even longstanding, experienced riders need to keep up with advancing biking safety tech and checking their gear for wear and tear and possible replacement.  Let's do a quick run through of the main motorcycle safety equipment needed.

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PEI Landscaping 101

Learn the basics of gardening for your PEI home or Cottage.  From zones to plant types and tools, learn the basics for your landscape project.

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Headed To University - Don't Forget Your Tenants Insurance

Sending your student off to University?  Be sure that their property is protected.  Find out why you should cover your university student with PEI tenants insurance. 

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12 Tips to Prepare Your RV for Summer Travel

12 Tips To Prepare your RV for summer travel!  If you're getting ready to hit the road for your RV adventure, take a look at these tips!  At Peake & McInnis LTD, we want to make sure you are safe on the road and have proper RV insurance!  Call us today!  1-877-232-1671

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How to Sharpen your Motorcycle Awareness

It's easy to overlook the presence of motorcyclists -- and their vulnerability. Not surprising then that two thirds of auto/motorcycle collisions are usually the fault of the car driver.  Take a moment to read these helpful motorcycle awareness tips while out driving, it could save a life!

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Safer Motorcycling Means More Fun

Motorcycle riders in Canada -- of whom there are more than 670,000 -- are at least 15 times more likely to be involved in a crash than car drivers.

No matter what you own - a sport bike, cruiser, standard, touring bike, or a sweet custom ride - you can turn to us for great rates and the best coverage. Enjoy the freedom of the open road – get covered by Peake & McInnis Ltd. Insurance Brokers today!


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Preparing for Your Boat's Maiden Voyage

The first cruise of the year is something special. Maybe she has been sitting all winter and you need to get her ready. Perhaps you have just bought her and plan to show her off to friends and family. You'll want to make out a check list of things to do to make sure she is ready. Here are some tips to ensure your maiden voyage goes off without a hitch this year.

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8 Boat and Yacht Safety Tips for the Maritimes

If you live in the Maritime Provinces you are very lucky. We have some of the finest boating, most breathtaking scenery, and exceptional fishing in the world. Is it no wonder boating is such a popular pastime here? However, it is very important to stay safe on the water, and here are some helpful safety tips to make your yacht and boat experience even better.

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What If Your Boat Doesn't Have An Epic Name?

Naming your boat is a tradition that should not be taken lightly. Seafarers and boaters are a superstitious lot, especially in maritime regions like PEI. 

But sometimes, you know, you just have to change a name. Perhaps the vessel or craft you acquired has an existing name that has bad connotations for you or your family. Perhaps you plain hate it. Or maybe you're not superstitious! With these tips you can change up your boat name in style.  Peake & McInnis LTD, your PEI boat insurance specialists.

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Don't Get Stuck Paying for Costly Storm Clean-Ups

Following a damaging fire, thunderstorm, hurricane, tornado, ice storm, or other disaster, one of your first concerns will be the structural damage your home has suffered and how to repair and restore it back to its original condition. In most cases, your homeowner's insurance policy will pay for the labor and materials to repair your home and for you to temporarily live somewhere else while your home is uninhabitable. But, what about the mess that the disaster has left behind? You may have anything from destroyed furniture and appliances to soaking wet insulation and lumber that must be cleaned up and disposed of somehow. Of course, this certainly isn't an expense or a task that a homeowner wants to be worried with after a disaster. The good news is that your insurance policy may also pay for the expensive cleanup and disposal process. A typical insurance policy will cover a reasonable expense for you to remove the debris from your property, but the damage must be caused by one of the causes of loss that y ...
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