Coexisting with Bicyclists

Cycling has grown significantly in popularity over the past decade. Towns across the country are adding bike lanes to their roads to become more bike friendly, and more and more people are ditching their car and using a bike as their primary form of transportation....

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Questions to ask when renting a home

Whether you‘re renting an entire house or an apartment, having a new place to live on the horizon is exciting! Nevertheless, it’s important to be as prepared as possible before you commit to a lease. Asking the right questions before you sign on the dotted line will...

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Is Your Home Insured to Its Replacement Cost?

If you lost your home in a fire, how much would it cost to rebuild it? The answer may be different than you think. And if your home isn’t insured to its full replacement cost, your homeowners policy may not cover the full cost for you to rebuild it in the...

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Winter Driving Safety Tips

When winter weather strikes, drivers face out-of-the-ordinary challenges when they get behind the wheel. Snow, slush or icy roads are involved in nearly one in four weather-related vehicle crashes.1 These conditions can make it harder for drivers to see, slow down and...

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10 items to leave out of your wallet

It’s simple for thieves to turn plain, old regular crime into cyber crime – if you give them the right information. Over time, it’s easy for your wallet or purse to become stuffed full of crucial information – receipts, PIN numbers and social security cards – that...

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Severe storm supply kit

Conditions can change rapidly in a severe storm. That’s why it’s important to have an emergency go-bag put together in advance. Emergency kits let you leave in a hurry with some peace of mind and can save time when it counts the most. Be prepared when...

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Packing a summer road trip emergency kit

Summer road trips are one of the most fun (and stressful) things you’ll ever do. “Why stressful?” Parents don’t even need me to answer that question. Traveling is a thousand times harder when you have irritable children in the backseat! Road trip related stress isn’t...

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Preparing Your Car for Road-trip Season

What to know before you leave home It was the summer of 1997, and I was 16 years old. My friend Cindy and I were driving to Dewey Beach in Delaware. We booked our accommodations, printed directions on MapQuest, packed our bikinis and suntan lotion, grabbed our...

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Tips Every Rideshare Driver Should Know

Rideshare. It's a wildly popular and relatively new industry that's changing the way we think about transportation. Millions of people have become rideshare drivers, and even more have used their incredibly convenient services¹. Here's one way to illustrate its...

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