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The South Carolina  department of motor vehicles requires a golf cart to carry liability insurance if driven on secondary roads.  The speed limit on secondary roads or highways can not exceed 35 miles an hour. You must have a valid driver's license and be at least 16 years old.  READ MORE >>

    Esther and I recently visited to Old Sheldon Church, located near Yemassee, SC. The ruins of this very old church are amazing and beautiful in their splendor.  It excites the imagination to think what the church actually looked like when first constructed in the 1750s. READ MORE >>

January 14, 2017 is Dress Your Pet Up Day Did you know you can purchase health insurance for your dog or cat? Such policies provide coverage for all illnesses and injuries, including hereditary and congenital, as long as they were not pre-existing conditions.   READ MORE >>

             Some simple actions include: ·         Drain the pipes if your home has a water shut-off value. ·         Wrap any outside pipes if the water cannot be drained from the pipes. READ MORE >>

Taking time to give back…. Henry Lowndes, CEO, C.T. Lowndes & Company, was one of the speakers on the Business Advisory panel at Summerville High School.        READ MORE >>

      After Hurricane Matthew brushed the coast line of South Carolina on October 8, it was discovered that Edisto Beach was particularly hard hit by hurricane winds and storm surge.   This was a concern to the staff at C. T. READ MORE >>

This past weekend, Esther and I had the pleasure of attending a wedding of a dear friend. The wedding was held in a hollow hidden deep in the rolling hills of central Tennessee, and was a very unique and delighted experience.  READ MORE >>

        C.T. Lowndes & Company owners and staff along with a team from Frontline Insurance and ServiceMaster of Charleston spent the day at Edisto Beach, SC surveying damage from Hurricane Matthew. READ MORE >>

HURRICANE MATTHEW – INSURANCE CLAIMS The storm has passed and it is time to assess damages. Hopefully, your damages are minimal. Here are some things to keep in mind. 1)      Know what your insurance policy’s wind deductible is. READ MORE >>

The tropical oceans have become active and we all need to be prepared for storm conditions. There are multiple sites giving hurricane preparedness tips. Be sure you have a plan for your family. That includes a plan for your pets as well!!   If your property sustains damage from winds or water, you will need to call your insurance agent or company. READ MORE >>

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