Category: Avoiding Accidents

Posted:
01/07/15

View image | gettyimages.com Driving in winter weather conditions can be hazardous. From hidden layers of ice and impassible snowpack to battling other drivers and obstacles around you, safety can be easily jeopardized in winter conditions on the road. Driving is a dangerous necessity no matter how you look at it, but adding winter weather
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Posted:
11/24/14

Insurance companies were in large part born out of car accidents. Car insurance represents a huge portion of an insurance company’s revenue since such a large quantity of people drive and, by law, are required to purchase insurance. This doesn’t mean everyone does, but the incentives to avoid the consequences of driving without insurance keep
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Posted:
09/26/14

Maintaining your vehicle is the most important thing you can do to prevent collisions–beyond exercising good driving behavior. Mechanical failures are a real risk for any vehicle and represent an easily preventable cause of accidents. While maintaining your car can be an expensive endeavor, there are some basic items you should aim to maintain month
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Posted:
07/28/10

Getting involved in any kind of car on car accident, either big or small, is a disconcerting experience if not downright terrifying! But once the initial shock has worn off and if you are basically uninjured, it’s absolutely essential to keep your wits about you and follow a few basic steps in order to protect
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Categories: Avoiding Accidents

Posted:
12/18/09

Safety in the Snow Winter is officially here and snow season has begun. Snowed out roads and hazardous driving conditions are a complete package from December to March. These easy tips will help you stay safe while driving this winter. Prepare Your Vehicle Severe cold and heavy snow can be hard on your vehicle. The
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Categories: Avoiding Accidents

Posted:
11/30/09

You’re late for Christmas dinner at your in-laws. You bundle the kids up, get them in their car seats and open the garage door, only to see that the snow is really coming down hard now. But you’re late. So you drive a little faster than you should, perhaps, but you’re used to winter driving
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