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3 Things to Consider Before Passing a Snowplow

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 1, 2019

When winter elements truly kick into gear, snowplow drivers become the heroes of every community.

The Do's and Don'ts of Winter Driving

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 25, 2019

For many drivers, navigating treacherous roads during winter weather can be a frightening feat. Between the decreased visibility, slippery conditions and ice patches – the road really is a dangerous place to be in winter months.

Defensive Driving 101: What it is and How it Can Save You Money on Auto Insurance

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 10, 2019

Every day, some of the best drivers are involved in some of the worst auto accidents. About 4.57 million people were injured and 40,100 lives were lost in 2017 alone – you can help to lower this statistic.

10 Helpful Tips to Avoid Car Accidents

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 8, 2019

1. Drive with daytime or headlights on.

Because you can see, does not mean you are seen. Driving with lights on always reduces your risk of a two vehicle or motorcycle accident by over 10%.

What You Need in Your Winter Car Survival Kit

Posted By: Amy Casey on December 18, 2018

Winter weather puts drivers at an increased risk of being in an accident or becoming stranded. Emergencies can happen to anyone. Whether you slip off a snowy road or fall victim to a dead battery, a car emergency kit can get you back on route quickly and safely.

Are Your Tires Ready for Winter?

Posted By: Amy Casey on November 27, 2018

Temperatures are already dropping. Before you know it, we will be faced with stressful commutes through snow, ice and slush. Your tires are the boots of your vehicle, trucking through the vicious weather to get you to your destination safely.

4 Tips for Navigating Busy Black Friday Traffic

Posted By: Amy Casey on November 16, 2018

Once Thanksgiving festivities have come and gone, millions of people venture out to hunt down the best Black Friday deals.

6 Expert Tips to Avoid Deer Collisions

Posted By: Amy Casey on November 2, 2018

Every year there are roughly 1.5 million deer-related car accidents resulting in hundreds of fatalities, thousands of injuries and millions of dollars in property damage. Deer typically mate from October through December, resulting in a dramatic increase in the movement of the deer population.

Keeping Your Teen Driver Safe Behind the Wheel

Posted By: Amy Casey on October 24, 2018

To a teen driver, the road is an endless opportunity to nourish their independence; to a teen parent, the road is an endless opportunity for collisions. We love to see our teens spread their wings and venture onto the road but doing so safely is key.

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What to do if You Witness a Car Accident

Posted By: Amy Casey on September 19, 2018

If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you understand how traumatic the experience can be. Whether it be a small fender bender or a more serious collision, the process that follows is most stressful.

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