A New Year, a New Way to Get Organized, from Plymouth Rock
Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions, courtesy of Time Magazine:
- Lose weight and get fit
- Quit smoking
- Learn something new
- Eat healthier and diet
- Get out of debt and save money
- Spend more time with family
- Travel to new places
- Be less stressed
- Drink less
New Year’s resolutions: many of us make them on or before New Year’s Eve, but how often do they last? According to Forbes Magazine, 44 percent of us start the New Year off with making some sort of resolution. And while so many of us start off the year with the best of intentions, more often than not, we’ve tossed out whatever it was we set out so passionately to do well before January ends.
Now you can do something about getting more organized (and in turn, less stressed – see #8 on the list to the right) in 2012.
Never forget another important (car-related) date again, with Plymouth Rock’s eReminders.
eReminders. Whether or not you’re a Plymouth Rock customer, you and your friends and family can take advantage of our free eReminders, a service available to all Massachusetts drivers. It’s easy to sign up, and only takes a minute.
Once you’ve signed up to receive eReminders, we’ll send you an email to remind you 30 days before your:
- License renewal is due
- Registration expires
- Car inspection expires
eServices. Want to make your life even more stress free in 2012? If you’re a Plymouth Rock customer, you can also sign up for eServices. Now you can do business with us how and when you want to, from a smartphone, mobile device, or PC. eServices lets you:
- Check your bill amount and due date
- Pay your bill
- Track a claim
- View your policy
- Receive eDocuments and save up to 5%
- Access Savings Pass discounts and much more
Sign up for eServices
today, and achieve your New Year’s resolutions to be less stressed and more organized in 2012!
If someone asked you the following questions and you had 3 seconds to answer each one how many would you get right?
- When does your driver’s license expire?
- When does your vehicle’s registration expire?
- When does your vehicle’s inspection sticker expire?
So how many could you answer? One? Two? If you got all three, then great job! If you missed a couple, then you’re probably marking the calendar to remind yourself when they are due to be renewed. The challenge is that it could be a year from now that your license is due to be renewed (actually mine is in 2013) so the chances of you having a 2012 calendar handy are slim.
Wouldn’t it be easier for someone else to keep track and remind you when your license is about to expire, your registration needs to be renewed, or it’s time for your car’s annual inspection? Well there is…Plymouth Rock Assurance offers eReminders which will keep track of when your license, registration and inspection sticker need to be renewed.
By signing up for eReminders you will be automatically notified approximately 30 days prior to your license, registration and sticker expiring so you can get them renewed before it’s too late. Save yourself the embarrassment of getting a ticket for an expired inspection sticker or having your car towed as the result of having your registration expired. And save yourself the time and money associated with paying tickets and getting your car out of the impound lot.
Any Massachusetts driver is eligible for Plymouth Rock’s eReminders. In addition, anyone, not just Massachusetts residents, can enter his/her email address to have alerts sent if your vehicle model is recalled. If you have young children that ride in car seats, then you can sign up to receive information about car seat recalls.
Keeping your family safe is important; whether it’s through updating car inspection stickers and registrations, or making sure your child’s seat is offering the proper protection – so sign up for eReminders and recall notices today.