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Snowblower Tips for Winter

Snow is coming! It’s cold out, we’ve seen flurries, and it’s only a matter of time before the first accumulating snowfall of the season. It’s time to get the snowblower ready! For snowblower starting tips and snowblower operating tips, click here.


Buckle Up in the Back Seat

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, more than half of the people who die in passenger vehicle crashes in the U.S. each year are unbelted. While buckling up in the front seat tends to be more common, passengers in the back seat often go unbuckled. Click here for more information about the importance of… Read more »


Halloween Safety Tips

Tomorrow is the big day, HALLOWEEN! Decorating, dressing up in costume, trick or treating…there are a lot of fun things to do. Be sure to keep safety in mind as you celebrate with these Halloween Safety Tips.


Tips to Save on Home Heating

Winter is coming! Frigid temps mean high heat bills, right? Maybe not! For tips to increase energy efficiency and decrease your heat bill, click here.


Cyber Security Month

Did you know October is National Cyber Security Month? This is a great time to make sure your software is up-to-date and that you have sufficient protection against new threats. For tips from cyber security experts, click here.


Flu Season is Coming!

Flu season is almost here! Flu season is October through May, typically peaking from December through March. Health experts recommend everyone 6 months of age and older get a flu vaccine every season. There are also many myths about the flu and vaccines. To learn more, click here.


Child Passenger Safety Week

This week is Child Passenger Safety Week. If you have a child between the ages of 1 and 13, this is for you! The proper use of car seats, boosters and seat belts can help keep your child safe on the road. For tips and resources from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, click here.


Tamper Resistant Receptacles

According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, each year approximately 2,400 children suffer severe shock and burns when they stick keys, pens, paperclips and other small items into electrical outlets. Outlet covers or caps are a common tactic to prevent this from happening, however studies show this is not an effective solution. Instead, you might… Read more »


Beware of Flood Damaged Vehicles

It’s a sad reality in the months following flooding: flood damaged vehicles being refurbished and sold by resellers. It’s estimated that a half million vehicles were flooded in Texas and Louisiana during Hurricane Harvey, and more could be with the approach of Hurricane Irma. For tips on avoiding flood damaged vehicles, click here.


College Prep Tips and Tools

It’s that time of year when college students pack up and head back to campus for another year of school. There’s a lot to think about when heading to college, from safety to what to bring to what to eat and so much more. For a list of tips, tools and other resources for college… Read more »