Do Rental Car Companies Accept Third Party Rental Car Insurance? [Video]

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The answer is a resounding Yes! Rental car companies can’t deny rental car insurance coverage from companies like Protect Your Bubble because we work for you. They may try to persuade you to buy their more expensive policy, but in reality you have the freedom to choose any third party rental car insurance protection available.

 

We even made a video to explain it clearly for you to make sure you don’t fall into the rental car company’s trap.

 


 

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Looking for a Last-Minute Valentine? Here are the Best Dating Apps to Help You Find Someone

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Looking for a last-minute Valentine date? It’s not too late! There are plenty of singles who are still looking for last-minute dates too.

 

Here are the best dating apps out currently, so keep swiping right and you might just get a match.

 

tinder logoTinder

Tinder is a free app that anonymously finds nearby matches and connects you with them if you’re interested in each other. It lets you quickly say yes or no by swiping right or left to potential matches by showing you people who are near you. If you and a potential match “like” each other, Tinder makes an introduction and lets you text each other through the app, without giving your real phone number away. This app works best in cities where there are more users. It’s currently the most popular dating app on the market.

 

okcupid logoOkCupid

OkCupid is a popular free dating app which lets you browse profiles and send messages to potential matches. It’s considered as one of the best dating apps because it’s easy to navigate and it uses algorithms to match you based on personality traits and what you’re looking for in a relationship. You can browse through local singles and spend time meeting interesting new people who have the qualities you’re looking for. With 30 million users and over 1 million daily logins, you’re sure to find someone in time for V-Day.

 

plenty of fish logoPlenty Of Fish

Plenty Of Fish is one of the oldest dating sites (founded in 2003) and another free dating app that lets you browse profiles and send messages, while its personalized services match you to people who are interested in the same type of relationship and even suggests local places to meet up. Plenty Of Fish allows you to set up your account so that certain people cannot contact you. Since registration to this dating app is huge and authentic, finding probable potential match is not too much of a challenge. You will get the advantage of push notification in this app. Push notification will help you to track visitors to your profile and messages amongst potential matches. Talk about analytical dating!

 

hinge logoHinge

Hinge uses a matching algorithm and its “romance graph” to intelligently show you potential matches you’re likely to be compatible with. It pulls your Facebook information to present you with people who have a similar type of job or went to the same kind of college, but it also goes deeper and matches you with people across these boundaries as well. Hinge uses its matching algorithm to identify the hidden threads that attracts you to potential dates, hidden threads like loneliness and desperation.

 

coffee meets bagel logoCoffee Meets Bagel

Coffee Meets Bagel introduces you to people who are seeking meaningful relationships. You’ll receive one match per day that’s specifically chosen for you. You have one day to “like” the match or “pass” on them. When you and a potential match “like” each other, you can text each other securely through the app and your real phone number is not given away. You need to connect this app to your Facebook account. Potential matches are found mostly from extended friends from your friend list, so the matches are reliable in that way. If you’re apprehensive about online dating, then this app is a sure shot try as you will meet matches whom you can trust to be legitimate as they will be in a way connected to your friend list.

 

Internet dating has certainly stepped up their game from desktop to smartphone. So if you’re looking for a date this valentines, you can stop stressing, there is an app to help you. Make connections with those around you as simple as a swipe to the right. Otherwise, you may be sending yourself flowers on Valentine’s day.

 


 

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The Sweeter Side of your Smartphone [Valentine's Day Infographic]

15% of U.S. women send themselves flowers on Valentine’s Day. Although that may seem like a depressing statistic, receiving flowers is better than receiving none! Protect Your Bubble did some research and we found some interesting facts about men and women in regards to Valentine’s Day.

 

22% of U.S. men and women have damaged their smartphone while on a date (most were while taking a selfie). In cases like these, we would suggest using a selfie stick.  Also, we found 61% of people would not date someone with a cracked phone.  We’re not surprised, a cracked phone is a sign of a chaotic life. Majority of people like stability and security.

 

For more sweet V-Day facts, check the infographic below.

 

Valentines Day infographic

 


 

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3 Gift Ideas for the Tech-Savvy Valentine

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Valentine’s Day, the day of true love, is fast approaching. For some, it’s about going full on with the candy hearts, chocolate, flowers, jewelry, and cute stuffed animals. These have long been staples of the romancer’s holiday, but those gifts are more than a little cliché. For those seeking something a bit less conventional, here are 3 Valentine’s Day gift ideas that are sure to make your tech-savvy sweetheart smile.

 

1. 3Doodler – The World’s First 3D Drawing Pen

3Doodler is the world’s first pen that lets you draw in 3D, so you can sculpt amazing objects and models from the ground up. To start, just plug in the pen and let it heat up, just like you would a hot glue gun. It has 2 speeds to control the flow and uses safe PLA plastic “drawing sticks” that harden in seconds after dispensed. The outer casing is made of high-temp ABS, which allows you old the pen comfortably. Plus, it’s super easy to use. It includes 50 drawing sticks in 10 colors (additional sticks available in 30 colors). Try making an Eiffel Tower, a skyscraper, or create anything you can think of. The possibilities are endless for your artistic valentine.

 
2. Celluon Magic Cube – Laser Keyboard

The laser keyboard transforms a flat surface into an instant work station. So you can type up a storm any time you want. The advanced optics tracks your fingers like magic. It can be used for Apple, Android, and other smartphones, tablets, and devices and connects via Bluetooth wireless technology. It also doubles as a multi-touch mouse. Its sleek and professional design makes the virtual keyword a fantastic idea for writers on the go.

 
3. Monster DNA On-Ear Headphones

Armed with a stunning design that looks good just about anywhere, you can now listen to your favorite track – and tune out everything else. With the Monster DNA On-Ear Headphones, you can experience the deep base, crystal clear highs, and exceptional midrange of Monster DNA. Its pillow soft advanced noise isolating cushions keep noise out and keep your music from disturbing and you’ll be able to listen comfortably for hours. The DNA headphones’ dual audio input jacks allows you to link your MusicShare headphones together and share the audio. This is a great headphones gift for music lovers and audiophiles alike.

 

There are many other techy gift ideas that can fit your style and budget this Valentine’s Day. Just remember that whatever you decide to give to your valentine, it should be thoughtful, creative, and most of all, fun!

 


 

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Refrigerator Rundown: A Look at the Value of Your Fridge [Infographic]

Did you know America overwhelmingly loves sweets? 51% of respondents of a Protect Your Bubble survey said desserts were their favorite food item in the fridge, followed by 21% for cheese and 12% for alcohol. With the seeming preference for desserts and cheese, we’re going to guess cheesecake is America’s favorite dessert.

 

We also found out that when the power goes out, 61% of respondents worry about their meat the most in their fridge compared to 30% for milk and 7% for vegetables.  Meat isn’t cheap and expect it to rise even more this year.

 

Below is a complete rundown of what we found on how consumers value their refrigerator:

 

Refrigerator infographic

 

Click here to see how a refrigerator protection plan can benefit your household.

 

If your refrigerator has already broken down, our friends at Fixed By Assurant offer appliance repair services.

 


 

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