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January 20, 2015

If you drive a vehicle that is more than six to eight years old, you should be aware that technology has advanced and that newer vehicles are much safer than older vehicles. Both the National Traffic Safety Administration, a government agency, and the Institute for Highway Safety, an organization sponsored by the insurance industry, annually evaluate crashworthiness—or, […]

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2015 ford mustang review

The world-renowned Ford Mustang has roamed roads and racetracks since 1964, and the 2015 edition is set to carry on its rich tradition. The sixth-generation car is completely revamped with new features, technology and a turbocharged engine. Looks can be deceiving to the untrained eye with the ‘15 Mustang, as it appears to be similar […]

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homeowners reassess insurance annually

Make sure you aren’t underinsured Homeownership is part of the American Dream, and for many people a home is their largest single purchase and most valued asset. Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t realize that their possessions and homes would be in jeopardy if they were inadequately insured and lost due to fire, flood or another disaster. […]

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insuring a new car

Car Buying and its impact on insurance rates. If you are in the market to buy a car—either new or pre-owned—it is a good idea to research insurance rates before you reach a final decision. According to the Highway Loss Data Institute, vehicles are rated by their “crash test.” Crash tests are performed on most makes and models […]

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‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through our home, property was damaged! The cost: still unknown. Share this Image On Your Site Copy and paste the text below to embed this graphic on your blog or website!

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car technology distracted drivers

Car technology has come a long way from the horse drawn carriages of the 18th century. Since then, we’ve seen cars powered by steam, gasoline, natural gas, electricity and even hydrogen. Powertrains aren’t the only vehicle tech improvements we’ve seen, however, as many automakers and tech companies are developing systems that will decrease, or even […]

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protecting your home from natural disasters

Heat waves, droughts, floods, earthquakes, wildfires, tornadoes and hurricanes torment Americans every year. During 2011-2013 the U.S. experienced 25 weather- and climate-related disasters, costing $175 billion in total damages, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Not everyone can pack up and move to Michigan – one of the states with the fewest occurrences […]

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thanksgiving day hazards

Have you ever walked into a store the day after Halloween and felt like you flash-forwarded through time to mid-December? Ghost and skeleton decorations are instantly replaced with red and green foil, ribbons and bows, candy canes and Santa statues. Only days into November, Christmas commercials start airing on TV and some radio stations convert […]

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tesla model s review

Electric cars are quickly gaining ground on their gas-powered contemporaries and there’s no better proof than the Tesla Model S, which clearly has the chops to compete with similarly priced luxury vehicles. Launched in 2012, the Tesla Model S has been continuously upgraded with mostly “software updates,” making a closer association with a computer than […]

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home renovation

Home Renovation 101: Simple Steps for Building Your Dream House Remodeling a home isn’t a new concept. U.S. homeowners spent $130 billion in renovations last year and nearly 75 percent of all homeowners are expected to make some type of home improvement in 2014. Hopefully, homeowners have or will become familiar with the following checklist, […]

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earthquake insurance tips for californians

Earthquakes strike often and without warning in California, which has an average of 10,000 seismic events per year. Whether you live in San Diego or Eureka, don’t be caught off guard by the next temblor, because in California, it’s not a matter of if an earthquake strikes, but when and how large it will be. […]

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