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IIHS: The Safest Cars of 2023
Posted: May 12, 2023
If safety is a top priority when driving, look no further than the 2023 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS)TOP SAFETY PICK award list for your next vehicle. This year’s list of 48 award winners is smaller than previous years, naming 28 models a TOP SAFETY PICK+ and another 20 vehicles as a TOP SAFETY PICK. This is due to tougher criteria and stricter requirements for...
Life Insurance for Single Parents
Posted: May 10, 2023
Why Do Single Parents Need Life Insurance?Purchasing a life insurance policy is a smart idea for any family. But in single-parent households, the need is even more important.In a 2022 study from Life Happens,1 two in five parents said they are “barely” or “not at all” financially secure. And when it comes to losing the primary wage earner, the same study found 44% of families would...
Dashboard Lights: What Do They Mean?
Posted: May 5, 2023
We’ve all experienced it. You’re driving down the road when you notice a new light on the dashboard that wasn’t there a minute ago.It’s caught your attention, but one problem remains: You don’t know what that glowing icon means.How to Identify Dashboard Warning LightsThe modern automobile is an amazingly complex machine – relying on dozens of systems that must work together every time you get...
What is Boat Insurance and Why Do You Need It?
Posted: April 28, 2023
Warm sun. Cool breeze. If you have a boat, you get it: There’s nothing like being out on the water.You cherish your boat, and the memories you make there are the reason your investment is worth every penny. Having the right insurance coverage for your boat can help you float on, worry-free.If you’re ready to buy boat insurance, talk to a local professional. They can...
9 Sparkler Safety Tips
Posted: April 27, 2023
They’re fun, they’re festive, and they’re hot! Sparklers are a fun and easy way to celebrate on holidays like Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day. While these small fireworks are easy to light and fun to wave around, it’s important to use them safely. According to the CPSC, sparklers can burn as hot as 2000 degrees Fahrenheit and can easily cause burns when...