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Driving in Fog Safely

Fog can be one of the most dangerous weather conditions for both new and experienced drivers. Fog has the potential to reduce visibility significantly, so it is critical that drivers stay focused on the road in order to stay safe. Severe weather demands your undivided attention, so be sure to reduce any possible distractions by […]

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5 Teen Texting and Driving Tips

  Your teen receives a text. Thumbs flash, head bends forward, eyes only on the tiny screen in hand; the urge to connect, nearly irresistible. It is hard to imagine your teen (or any other teen) not responding. But that is exactly what young drivers must do to help stay safe on the road. Considering teens’ desire for […]

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How to Drive Safely in Strong Wind and Rain

Driving in conditions that involve strong or heavy wind and rain may not seem like the most pressing safety concern for many drivers, but our safety professionals know that driving in any type of severe weather can significantly increase your risk and potential for a dangerous situation for you, your family and other drivers. Remember […]

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2016 Travelers Risk Infographic

What worries Americans most in 2016? This year, more than half of Americans feel their world is becoming a riskier place. The 2016 Travelers Risk Index dives deep to find some emerging risks that concern consumers the most, including data on important issues such as global and political unrest, distracted driving and extreme weather.   Courtesy of […]

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8 Disaster Preparedness Tips

In the event of a natural disaster, having a preparedness plan can be a critical element in helping secure a safe transition out of danger for you, your loved ones and your property. Preparation is key, but it is also important to stay calm and focused during an emergency. If you are ordered to evacuate, […]

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Tips for Handling a Tire Blowout

For many drivers, there is nothing more frightening or potentially dangerous than a tire blowout at almost any speed. While the number of tire-related crashes has dropped dramatically since 2008, when all new vehicles were required to have automatic tire pressure monitoring systems, these numbers still remain high. The stats do not lie, as tire […]

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How to Pack a Car Safely

As the summer months approach, so too, do thoughts of hitting the road for a family vacation. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, nine out of 10 Americans drive to their travel destination.1 If you are among those planning to hit the road, remember that safe driving starts before you even leave the driveway. […]


7 Travel Tips for Your Money and Identity

Keep Your Financial Life From Taking an Unplanned Detour While Traveling Travelers and tourists are a dream for thieves. They’re typically carrying plenty of cash and valuables. They often have smartphones full of personal information. And, they can easily get caught up in the sights and forget to be aware of their surroundings. While the […]


Spring Driving Tips

  Winter may be most known for its treacherous driving conditions, but spring also can be a difficult season for driving. From wind and rain to wildlife emerging from hibernation, spring driving can be challenging in its own right. It is possible to enjoy the ride, however. By being aware of possible obstacles, increased traffic […]


What to Do When Your Car Overheats

It’s been especially hot the past few days in Southern California, and a reasonable concern for many is what to do when one’s engine overheats. Here are some steps to follow if your engine overheats: 1. Check for steam: Steam is bad, take it seriously. An indication that you’ve really got an overheating engine is the site of […]

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