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"Louisville's Trusted Insurance Agency"
Learn why Louisville residents trust Dolack Insurance to find the best insurance, at the best price, with the best service:

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For those that served and gave their all for our Freedom - Thank you.

Have a nice day and check out these Memorial Day facts:

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Treating people right is not just the right thing to do - it's also good for business. Stellar customer service can amplify your brand marketing. Thoughts from Brand Manager +Cathy Colliver  #smallbusinesstips   #brandmarketing   #marketingtips  

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18 Road Trip Hacks for an Awesome Trip
Make this summer the Road trip of a lifetime!
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1. Make a plan, but not a rigid one.
If you’ve got a time limit (as most road trippers do), it’s smart to plot out which city you’ll sleep in each night before setting off. Plan so your driving time is eight hours or less per day, but don't plan anything more than that. Then watch as your days become hilarious sagas of driving, wandering, and following your wild road trip whims.

2. Don’t research your stops beforehand.
Ahh expectation, the grand crippler of many a road tripper’s happiness. On a road trip, your schedule has extra room, so you can afford to enter a new city with no prior knowledge of what you’ll find. Being relatively clueless has benefits: When you don’t know what to expect at a stop, you can’t possibly be let down by what you discover. And when you’re not bee-lining for the city’s most-visited tourist locales, you leave the door wide open for weird little discoveries… of the city’s true gems.

3. Find the “world’s largest” everything.
Ok so if there’s one thing you’re allowed to map out, it’s all those places that claim to have the “world’s largest” version of whatever, because they make for some hilariously off-beat sights. There are tons and tons of “world’s largests” along our highways-- highlights include the Giant Artichoke in California and the World’s Largest Freestanding Illuminated Man-Made Star in Roanoke, Virginia. 

4. Bring a real, actual map and a really big Sharpie. 
Google Maps is awesome for driving directions, but it’s infinitely more fun to track your progress on a real, printed-out atlas. Trace your route on the map as you go along, then hang it in your bedroom or office to smile at every day.

5. Pack light so there’s room to collect. 
You’re going to find an authentic Apache rug in New Mexico. And an awesome mounted deer head in Texas. And a year’s supply of syrup in Vermont. It will be such a bummer if your trunk is too full of suitcases to stow these finds.

6. Get a gas card.
You’re gonna be buying a LOT of fuel, which can translate into a LOT of free fuel points, cash back on hotels, and discounted groceries.

7. Bring a CD.
Yes, a real live CD. With 12 songs or less that you’d be semi-comfortable hearing for two weeks straight. Stick it in the car’s CD changer old-school style, and run through it every day without skipping tracks. It won’t seem like a big deal. But months later, when one of those special road trip songs comes on at the grocery store or in a bar, you’ll find yourself transported back to your trip in a way only a song could transport you.

8. Buy a 30 rack for the trunk.
We’re not advocating any illegal activity, but it is always nice to have some beers in the back. You never know when a beautiful roadside sunset or especially scenic overlook will call for a few brews. 

9. Practice making new friends.
You can keep to yourself at home, but a road trip is not the best time to do so. Chat up your grocery store cashier. Ask the motel staff for shopping suggestions. Be bold and join a Frisbee game at the park. Locals know their area best, and they’ll lead you to the best activities once you break the ice.

10. Carry cash for tolls.
Toll roads can pop up in the most bizarre of places, and their fares might be higher than you expect. Stock your center console with dollars and coin rolls so your mailbox won’t overflow with fines from the Kansas Department of Transportation when you get home (not that it’s ever happened to us).

11. Announce your whereabouts. 
Text someone -- a friend or your parents -- the name of the place you stay each night and which city you plan to reach by the next night. In the very rare event that anything sketchy happens, it’s good to have a public record of where you are.

12. Make up your own road games.
Unlock the “are we there yet?” child within and use your pent-up creativity to pass the time. Play a game of “seven questions” instead of 21. Re-cast your favorite movies using you and your trip mates as the actors. Count how many times you see the word “chicken” on a billboard. Get funky with it. 

13. Ask a local where to eat.
Nine times out of ten, a local will lead you to a tastier, cheaper dinner with better ambiance than a guidebook could ever suggest. Find a local who looks like they know what's up, and ask the simple question.

14. Limit phone calls to the outside world. 
Road trips are all about being wild, abandoned and free on the open road. They’re also about bonding in a special way with your trip mates while spending hours and hours together in that tiny box on wheels. It might be tempting to spice things up with phone calls to your friends back home, but limiting those calls will pay off when you’re able to really get to know your fellow travelers and really soak in the amazing sights around you.

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Happy #DerbyDay !
Check out this Derby Trivia to impress your friends!
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The Kentucky Derby is sometimes called the “Most exciting two minutes in sports”. That’s because it lasts just about two minutes. But what a two minutes it is! Here’s a bit of trivia to help you understand and enjoy

* The idea for the Kentucky Derby was thought up by explorer Meriwether Lewis. In fact, the land where it is run was donated by his relatives, the Churchills– thus the name Churchill Downs.

* The fastest Derby ever was run by Secretariat in 1973. He ran the race in 1:59.4 and is the only horse to have ever come in faster than two minutes.

* Although most Kentucky Derby winners have been males –geldings and stallions– three fillies have won the race. They were Favored Regret in 1915, Genuine Risk in 1980 and Winning Colors in 1988.

* Willie Shoemaker was the oldest jockey to ever win the Derby. He was 54 when he rode Ferdinand to win in 1986.

* On May 2, 1970 Diane Crump became the first woman to ride in the Kentucky Derby.

* No matter when they are actually born, race horses are considered a year older on January first.

Horses running for the roses lose an average of fifteen to twenty-five pounds during the race.

An amazing total of eight Kentucky Derby winners have been bred by Calumet Farms in Kentucky.

* Racing rules hold that no racehorse may have a name that contains more then eighteen letters, so as to fit legibly on the racing forms.

*Presidential candidate Richard Nixon was in the house when the only Derby winner to be disqualified for cheating was busted in 1968.

These ten facts are only a tiny portion of what there is to know about the Kentucky Derby. Print this out and save it and who knows– it might help you win a little side bet with your friends.

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Easy Reference Insurance Terms Dictionary

Here's a sample:

Incontestable Clause A policy provision in which the company agrees not to contest the validity of the contract after it has been in force for a certain period of time, usually two years.
Insured The policyholder - the person(s) protected in case of a loss or claim.
Insurer The insurance company.

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Legal Insurance Prepaid legal insurance coverage plan sold on a group basis.
Liability (Auto) Coverage for a policyholder's legal liability resulting from injuries to other persons or damage to their property as a result of an auto accident.
Liability Insurance Coverage for all sums that the insured becomes legally obligated to pay because of bodily injury or property damage, and sometimes other wrongs, to which an insurance policy applies.
Life Insurance A policy that will pay a specified sum to beneficiaries upon the death of the insured.
Limit Maximum amount a policy will pay either overall or under a particular coverage.
Loan Value The amount which can be borrowed at a specified rate of interest from the issuing company by the policyholder, using the value of the policy as collateral. In the event the policyholder dies with the debt partially or fully unpaid, then the amount borrowed plus any interest is deducted from the amount payable.

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Updated About Us Page a.k.a. Why Call us?

Hometown Louisville Insurance Company

The Louisville community has been trusting Dolack Insurance for over 50 years. This isn't an accident but a direct result of the effort we put into every customer's need to get the best insurance rate, coverage, & service available.

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Unlike many of our Louisville competitiors we have the ability to shop your insurance needs to the best insurance companies in the industry. The result is you get the best rates & coverage becuase Dolack Insurance is not tied to only one insurance company. 
Insurance Services

Whether you are shopping for auto insurance, boat insurance, home or business insurance, or even renters insurance we'll work hard with personal service that you will not find at larger agencies. 
Our ultimate goal is to create lasting relationships with each of our clients so that we may continue providing excellent service for many years to come. Unlike many of the larger nationwide insurance companies that are out there, all of your information will be kept secure and private.
Why Dolack Insurance?

The reason to choose Dolack Insurance may not be the normal reasons you hear from others. Sure, we work hard to find you the best rates from the best insurance companies. At Dolack Insurance we work very hard to bring you the best service you'd expect, beyond what we think you would ask of us. But that's not it. 

Saving money, dedicated service, and great coverage are all great reasons to call on Dolack Insurance but we think the answer is much more simpler than that. That reason is, we care. Our family has lived and wll live generations in Louisville, this is our community. Our customers are more like family than anything else. Give us a call, give us a chance to save you a few $s but more importantly, to join a family. 


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Just revamped our web site (still in process)
What can we do better?
Happily serving Louisville for over 50 years!

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