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January is here and we all know cold temperatures are rapidly approaching. Here are a few tips from the CDC to get your home and automobiles ready for the winter weather ahead.
Tips to BE READY!
There are few feelings as frightening as losing control of your vehicle. In winter driving conditions, the chances of this happening increase. To stay safe on the road, it is important to select the right set of tires for your winter driving needs.
The Cincinnati Insurance Companies share tips that can help you avoid a collision with a deer and stay safe while on the road. Also, what to do if you hit a deer!
If you use your personal vehicle for work, you take on more risk – risk that your insurance company didn't agree to cover when it wrote your policy. As a result, many insurance companies can deny a claim if the accident occurred while using the vehicle for business. Some insurers might even drop you as a customer.
Out of 200 localities on the Forbes 2018 list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers in the United States, the Winchester-Frederick County area ranks 11th, up two spots from 13th in 2017.
The No. 1 ranking went to Sioux Falls, S.D., for the second year in a row.
Patrick Barker, executive director for the Frederick County Economic Development Authority, said the improved ranking is confirmation of the region’s economic success over the past five to 10 years.
“It’s pretty phenomenal,” Barker said.
Some factors he thinks contributed to the ranking include feedback that the area has a good supply of labor and that the labor force is reliable.
Check out this tip from Erie Insurance:
If you’re a car enthusiast, you know the feeling – and you often go to great lengths to restore and protect your classic car. That’s why it’s important to have the right classic car insurance that goes the distance, too.
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Laws and vehicle safety standards for children in the U.S. have changed a lot over the years. It wasn’t until the 1970s that child safety seats were required to have belts and harnesses. It took another 10 years for federal car seat crash tests to become standard.
So how do you know when your child can – or should – ride in the front seat? Finding an answer to this question is more difficult than you’d think.
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