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ONLINE DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE – The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles has APPROVED the New York Safety Program IPIRP course for all users. Please read the following information then click on the Register button below to begin your course.
Defensive Driving Course: One of the best ways to save money on your automobile insurance is to complete a defensive driving course. Seely & Durland hosts periodic Defensive Driving courses taught by Tammy & Peter Artusa. Cost per attendee is $37, which will save you 10% off your annual premium. For information on future classes, please call Tammy Artusa at 845-986-1177 Ext. 308.
Referral Rewards Program: learn how you can quickly and easily earn a $15 gift card!
Business Risk Assesment Survey: As your business changes, so do your insurance needs. Complete an online Insurance Check-up to make sure that your protection is up-to-date with your current business circumstances.
Home Inventory Software: Download a FREE version of the “Know Your Stuff” home inventory software to catalog your personal possessions quickly and easily.
Insurance Information Institute: access answers to commonly asked insurance questions, obtain research findings and statistics about important insurance issues facing consumers and businesses, and more.
Trusted Choice: Seely & Durland is a proud member of Trusted Choice. Learn how Trusted Choice agencies adhere to a higher standard than non-member agencies and what it means for you.
New York Department of Motor Vehicles: This site can save you time and make a trip to the DMV a little easier! You can register your vehicle online, download forms you will need to perform various transactions, and access answers to frequently asked questions.
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety: The IIHS is an independent, nonprofit, scientific, and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses — deaths, injuries, and property damage — from crashes on the nation’s highways.
Ready.gov: The Department of Homeland Security’s preparedness and informational Web site.
National Flood Insurance Program: Learn more about the risks of flood damage and how to protect your property from catastrophic loss due to flood-related incidents.
FEMA: The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s preparedness and informational Web site.