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Peachstate Insurance Blog: safety tips

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Owning a home comes with the responsibility of maintaining it. Even if you think your home is in good shape, chances are there are risks that could be very worrisome. If you have home insurance, it can help to reduce at least some of these risks. It can also keep you financially secure should something happen with your home. READ MORE >>

If you decide to rent a home, you’re taking on a responsibility for someone else’s property. Living in a rental means that you have to oversee the safety and upkeep of the property. Even if the property's owner plays a role in upkeep, you still have a lot of influence over its day-to-day safety. READ MORE >>

When was the last time you took a closer look at your tires? When the seasons change, it is a good idea to check the condition of your tires. A seasonal look helps you determine if they are in good shape to handle changing road conditions.  You might also consider upgrading to a higher quality of tire in winter. READ MORE >>

A lot of focus is put on pool safety for children. This makes sense because children between the ages of one and five are the most likely to drown. However, each year thousands of people suffer injuries in or around swimming pools. Those injured are of every age group. READ MORE >>

Tailgating is a very dangerous driving practice that motorists do for a variety of reasons. Some motorists are in a hurry to get somewhere, while others don't like adjusting their speed to accommodate the driver ahead of them. Sometimes drivers tailgate without realizing it because they are accustomed to short following distances. READ MORE >>

The percentage of motorcycle accidents significantly increases during the spring and summer months due to the fact that there are more favorable weather conditions for motorcycle riders and, in general, more people out on the road. Following some simple safety tips can make riding safer and much more enjoyable. READ MORE >>

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