2. Read the fine print.
The rules at Augusta National Golf Club are quite extensive — the “dos and don’ts” have more prohibited items and actions than allowable behaviors. Cameras are only allowed before Tournament days, and forget about using cell phones or other electronic devices at all.
Of course, golf itself has plenty of rules, both written and unspoken. Spectators should never yell or cheer during a player’s backswing, and it’s always worth double-checking your scorecard. Otherwise, you just might miss your chance at winning the Masters and have to utter a quote like, “What a stupid I am!”
Insurance policies have rules, regulations and fine print that might make them a bit tougher to navigate. Travel insurance, in particular, sometimes has vague language around certain types of injuries or instances of lost luggage. An airplane flight is different than a road trip, too. You may find yourself paying extra for travel insurance, only to wind up out of luck should you actually need that coverage.
Similarly, some home and auto insurance policies aren’t always clear. You may have certain types of insurance around inclement weather, for example, which might cover events like hurricanes or earthquakes but doesn’t account for severe thunderstorms.
Always read the fine print on your insurance policy. If you don’t understand what something says, ask your insurance agent to clarify.