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Spring Maintenance for Your Home & Car

Spring Maintenance for Your Home As spring rolls around, many homeowners should consider revitalizing their homes through post-winter maintenance. Winter can often damage a home, including its exterior, plumbing, and climate control systems. In anticipation of winter, try adding the tips below to your spring maintenance checklist. HVAC Maintenance During warmer seasons, air conditioning is more than just a luxury; it is a home essential....

Sharing the Road: The Do’s & Don’ts for Cyclists & Drivers

Streets and roads are not the exclusive domain of motor vehicles. In some areas, it contains cyclists as well as pedestrians. Prioritizing safety for everyone is paramount. Increased awareness of cyclists’ presence fosters a culture of mutual respect and caution. We can create a safer and more inclusive environment by respecting all road users and advocating safety measures. The Do’s for Cyclists Cyclists should heed...

Can Dash Cams Save You Money on Your Insurance?

In times like these, we’re always looking for ways to save a little extra, right? This leads many of us to seek out what we can do to add some more discounts onto insurance policies and cut down on some recurring monthly expenses. While, in general, insurance companies do not offer a discount on auto policies for having a dashcam, there are some surprising perks to...

How to Keep Pets Safe in Cars

Like many of us, you may consider traveling with your pet as a comforting way to get around. So, while you’re on the road with your furry friend, always remember: your pet’s safety is in your hands.  In the irregular geometry of your car’s interior, pets can find it difficult to perform their customary acrobatics when responding to sudden g-forces, potentially suffering harm to bones...

Tire Chains: When You Can Use Them

If you’ve ever driven through a steep mountain pass, you may have noticed signs reading “chains or snow tires required.”These signs, often accompanied by flashing lights, are intended to warn drivers of hazardous winter weather driving conditions. When the lights are flashing, state traction laws are in effect, meaning drivers need to have the right tires or equipment to navigate the steep snow- or ice-covered...

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