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You can do a lot with Esurance Mobile. With just a few clicks, you can update your payment info, access your ID cards, and even find cupcakes near you.

And now you can do even more!

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The most recent updates to our app enable you to manage your claim from beginning to end. With Esurance Mobile for iPhone® and Android™, you can now:

Collect accident information and photos at the scene
Report a full claim
Set up a vehicle inspection with an appraiser or repair shop
Reserve a rental car
Monitor your claim status and receive notifications at key steps in the process
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If you have the app, make sure it's up-to-date to take full advantage of the latest features. If you don't, you can download it for free.

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The ultimate guide to road tripping
3 quick tips for riding route 66

No other road grips the American imagination more than Route 66. Connecting Chicago to Los Angeles, the 2,400 miles of road has been captivating travelers since its completion in 1937. Dubbed "The Mother Road" by John Steinbeck, Route 66 has come to symbolize the be-all and end-all of destinations for bikers and adventurers alike.

If you're itching to make the trip on your motorcycle, here are 3 tips to help:

Get maps and apps. Since Route 66 was decommissioned in 1985, you're going to need some help tracing what's left. Thankfully, with apps like Road Trip 66, you can wind your way across two-thirds of America like a pro. If you're not into apps, the National Park Service has an online tool that allows you to plan and customize your trip for free.
Ride east to west. The Main Street of America originally began at the corner of Jackson Boulevard and Michigan Avenue in Chicago. Why not start there and work your way west like the old-timers did?
Pack an emergency kit. You never know what can happen on the open road. Be prepared by bringing along a set of tools (wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, etc.), a med kit, a space blanket, a tire pressure gauge, and all the gear you need to ride safely.

Though preplanning can make the journey easier, nothing beats having a sound motorcycle insurance policy on your side. In addition to protecting you from liability, motorcycle insurance can offer 24/7 roadside assistance and trip interruption coverage, which can come in handy for those long cross-country rides.

Get your quote now to see how affordable great coverage can be and ride easy knowing you're protected.

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