Elizabeth Rivelli

INSURANCE CONTRIBUTOR

Elizabeth has two years of experience writing for insurance domains such as Bankrate.com, The Simple Dollar, Coverage.com and NextAdvisor, among others. In addition to auto insurance, Elizabeth regularly writes about home insurance, renters insurance and life insurance. She also covers industry trends and general insurance education.

Elizabeth's Latest Articles

  • Acceptance Insurance Review: Car, Home, and Life

    Acceptance Insurance was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Nashville, TN. The company operates as a subsidiary of First Acceptance Insurance. Today, Acceptance has over 700 insurance agents and sells [...]

    4 min read Nov 19, 2020
    A father and child washing their car in the driveway.
  • How to insure valuable items

    Standard policies normally cover such things as jewelry, furs, artwork and collectibles up to about $2,000.

    4 min read Nov 19, 2020
    A woman is in an antique store looking at a Ming vase.
  • Arizona Car Insurance Laws

    Car insurance is legally required in almost every state, including Arizona. Every driver must carry a minimum amount of car insurance to meet Arizona laws. Without the minimum amount of insurance, a driver [...]

    4 min read Nov 18, 2020
    Scenic open expanse in Arizona.
  • Dairyland Auto Insurance Review

    Dairyland Insurance has been selling affordable and reliable auto insurance policies since 1953. For the past 60 years, the company has specialized in serving high-risk drivers who struggle to get standard [...]

    4 min read Nov 12, 2020
    A mother and son leaning out the window of their car on a nice sunny beach.
  • Homesite Insurance review: Auto, home and life

    Founded in 1997, Homesite was one of the first insurance companies to allow customers to buy property insurance instantly online. Since then, the company has expanded into more insurance products, including [...]

    4 min read Nov 12, 2020
    An Asian family going for a drive with the son in the passenger seat holding a toy airplane out the window. (The car is parked).