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Tornado Safety 101: What you need to know
Tornadoes happen fast, cause a lot of destruction, and give those in their path virtually no time to prepare. The United States experiences more than 1,200 tornadoes every year (more than any country in the world!). According to the National Centers for Environmental Information, tornadoes have been documented in every state in the U.S. While…
Your ultimate hail safety guide
Of the many types of weather that threaten the safety of your home and car, a hailstorm may be the most significant. Hail, tiny balls of ice produced in heavy thunderstorms and ranging in size from that of a pea to a golf ball, can cause considerable damage to property once it falls from the…
How to get your car winter ready
After a long, hot summer, you’re probably ready for cooler temperatures, but is your car? Winter brings with it plenty of dangerous weather conditions that can make driving treacherous, such as hail, snow, and freezing temperatures. There are many precautions you can take to prepare yourself and your vehicle for the incoming winter wonderland. Read…
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Safety tips for driving in the rain
Let’s be honest — how many times have you been driving in the rain and seen dozens of drivers going too fast, or zooming along with no headlights? Probably pretty often. But how are your own rain-driving skills? Are you sure you’re following the rules, too? Rainy weather and wet pavement conditions have been found…
Daylight Savings Safety Tips
Whether it’s “springing forward” or “falling back”, the time-worn tradition of daylight savings certainly has its critics. And while we won’t get into the politics behind daylight savings (it’d be a bit too time consuming…), we think it’s important to clear the air: physically, daylight savings doesn’t benefit anyone. When we fall back for daylight…
Winter Driving Safety Tips | How to Stay Safe in Dangerous Conditions
The winter season is a complicated time for drivers. The snow and ice make it more difficult to drive, and the risk of an accident increases due to cars sliding all over the roads. By taking measures to improve your safety on the road, you reduce the risk of accidents and ensure that you are…
How to protect your car during the dog days of summer
Over three-quarters of motorists say they’ve been adversely affected by heat in some form or fashion in the summertime, according to a recent poll.
Keep your tires going strong all summer long
So with summer here and the cold weather in the rearview mirror, there’s really no need to pay as close attention to your tires, right? Nothing could be further from the truth.
6 easy ways to save money on your summer travel
If you’re looking to go on an exciting, memorable family adventure this summer, but want to cut down on costs where you can, consider these six tips.