Personal Insurance Blog
You’ve been thinking lately, “Boy, it’d be really nice to get away!” haven’t you? Whether it be a sandy beach or a mountainous hike, your heart is set on hitting the road!
The natural freezing and thawing of our roads throughout winter heading into spring creates some gnarly potholes on our roads.
It’s bittersweet – handing the keys over to your teen and watching them embrace their first taste of independence. Like most parents, you’re more nervous for them to start driving than they are themselves!
Distracted driving has become one of the leading causes of car accidents in the U.S., resulting in nearly 390,000 injuries every year and causing 3,166 deaths in 2017 alone.
While your garage can double as a storage space, it is still the most ideal location to store your vehicle. Storing your vehicle in the garage will not only help keep it cleaner, but also protect it from damage like bird droppings, vandalism, UV exposure, tree sap, etc.
We can finally breathe a sigh of relief – no more commuting through treacherous ice and snow! Although the weather might be looking up, every season comes with its fair share of driving hazards.
Finally, spring has sprung! Snow, ice and freezing temperatures have subsided – but, the damage these elements might have done to your home has not. Before you chuck away at your spring cleaning list inside, make sure you perform a thorough check-up on the exterior of your home:
Your home is your safe place, but it can easily become a dangerous place to be in the event of a tornado. Even if you don’t live in the area of the U.S. known as Tornado Alley, tornadoes have been known to occur in every state and in every month.
The long months of cold temperatures and snow are slowly but surely coming to an end! As we begin to watch the spring thaw, we prepare for the next element of mother nature that is fast approaching – rain.
We’ve all been there – the winds start to howl, the skies turn charcoal gray and the rain beats fiercely on our homes. Just the sheer thought of a storm turning from bad to worse makes our skin crawl. What if a funnel begins to form? What if that funnel actually touches the ground?