Happy 4th of July! Safety First!

4th of July Safety Tips With America’s birthday just around the corner, it is time to think about ways in which you can enhance safety on this notoriously dangerous holiday. While it is okay to enjoy yourself, it is important that you have fun with a safety first mentality. Keep these 4th of July safety […]

Keeping Your Home Safe While Traveling

While You’re Away, Do Not Let Hazards Play It is that wonderful time of year when family and friends come together, but with the American family increasingly expanding many of us will take to the roads to connect with our loved ones. While you enjoy your wintertime travels, keep your home safe with this brief checklist. Set a timer […]

Summer’s Close – Prepare With Personal Watercraft Insurance and Safety Tips

Warmer weather is beginning to show itself, which means it is time to get out on the water. Personal watercrafts, such as wave runners and jet skis, can definitely make summer a lot more fun. However, at the same time, it is crucial to ensure you are safe, especially in the event of an emergency. […]

The Dangers of Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is the major cause of thousands of accidents annually, resulting in crash injuries all over the country. Despite efforts by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration to alert drivers about the dangers of being distracted at the wheel, approximately 420,000 people in 2012 sustained injuries due to accidents involving distracted drivers. Young drivers […]

Safety Tips for Driving at Night

Winter road conditions can be nerve wracking, add to them fewer daylight hours, and it’s no wonder that safe driving becomes an issue. Here are four suggestions for night driving safety: Use Your Best Vision At night, drivers can detect lights and movement, but have difficulty perceiving depth, colors and sharp details.  Avoid hitting animals […]

Late Summer-Early Fall Weather Predictions And Their Impact On Your Wallet

The weather is going to affect your bills more than you may realize. Throughout Texas, there is above-average dry and warm weather this summer. With higher temperatures outside, you are going to run your air-conditioning more – and that’s going to lead to higher bills. The fall prediction is that the pattern is going to […]