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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 >>

Driving safely each day is essential. It reduces your chances of having an accident, helping you avoid injuries. Additionally, it helps you avoid a rate increase when it comes to your car insurance policy. Rainy weather is a hazard to all drivers. It causes low visibility and reduces the traction between your tires and the road. 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 >>

You’ve probably read that thieves prefer to steal Hondas, or they like to steal new cars. But, the truth is, thieves will steal any car they want to steal.  Regardless of the type of car you have, you must take measures to protect your investment so that you avoid an auto insurance claim. READ MORE >>

When the weather starts to warm up, most people begin gearing up for vacation season. For many, vacation season includes taking road trips with friends and family members. Although many people will be visiting areas they are familiar with, others will take trips to new locations. READ MORE >>

Many people are comforted by the soft, scented glow of burning candles throughout fall and winter. But as with any open flame, you must use candles with care. A fire risk in an apartment building can prove to be even more serious than a fire risk in a house due to the sheer nature of sharing a living space. READ MORE >>

When the holidays roll around, many homeowners pack up and leave town to spend special days with family. If you want the assurance that everything will be just as you left it when you return, follow some of these easy steps to protect your home. Resist the urge to announce your trip on social media sites. 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 >>

Many young families start their lives together in an apartment as a way to save money for their future. And even young adults who don’t have children may still have young kids over for visits. Baby proofing is often associated with houses, but it’s just as important in apartments if babies or toddlers will be present. READ MORE >>

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