Don’t get me wrong – I’d insure my lunch if I could, just to be sure I wouldn’t go hungry through the day in case something happens to it. The thing is, even though it sucks to pay for insurance, it’s so nice have peace in your mind, knowing that if something should happen, you’re covered either fully or partial, instead of risk loosing everything, like the full value of your laptop if you drop it and it breaks into a thousand pieces.
I don’t know much about insurances in the United States though, but I received a heads-up that you can find a great business insurance quote over at NetQuote.com. They offer “the ridiculously easiest, fastest, smartest way to save on your insurance” – in their own words. As I said, I don’t know much about insurance in the US, so I just tried to enter a random US zip code and select auto insurance to find out how much a Ford Mustang GT 2010 convertible would cost me. You get a questionnaire that you have to fill out and then they ask you for your address and contact information, that’s when I had to stop, so unfortunately I didn’t get a price for “my” Mustang 2010 this time. They ask for your details because insurance companies might have to contact you. The information is submitted over a secure SSL connection so you don’t have to worry about security when submitting.