Safety Tips for Driving In the Rain

Unfortunately, most of us don’t have the luxury of staying home just because of bad weather. We’ve all driven in less than ideal conditions, and this includes rain. Since this may be a pretty common occurrence, it’s easy to go on autopilot. However, driving in rainy conditions can be very dangerous. In fact, falling precipitation increases the risk of an accident by 34%!

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What to Do If You Hit a Deer

October is a beautiful time of year – cooling temperatures, changing leaf colors, and of course, deer crossing. October through January is deer mating season, which means they will be increasingly active, especially at dawn and dusk. Animal collisions can be incredibly scary and dangerous. Here are a few tips on what to do if you encounter a deer while driving.

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Gas Station Mis-happenings and Fuel Safety

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Refueling your vehicle is usually a simple task, but mishaps happen. From injuring your engine to starting a fire, the gas station can be a dangerous place without taking precautions.

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Staying Safe While Driving in Torrential Spring Rain

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Rain bring those gorgeous spring and summer landscapes, however, we have to endure heavy rains first. Morning commutes to work, driving the kids to school, or getting to school can be terrifying when it’s raining so hard you can’t see 50ft in front of you. To keep you, your family, and your car safe, we have a few tips for staying safe in the extreme rain. Continue reading “Staying Safe While Driving in Torrential Spring Rain” »

The Most Deadly Time of the Year

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It’s the holidays and people are traveling all over the country to visit friends and family. If traveling long distances, the large majority will not fly but opt for a road trip and take personal vehicles. Harsh, wintry conditions can be unpredictable and so can other drivers — that can mean more accidents. Continue reading “The Most Deadly Time of the Year” »

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