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  1. Thanksgiving Driving Tips

    by bdemarco

    Thanksgiving Road Travel Tips With upwards of 39 million drivers predicted to be travelling at least 50 miles from home this Thanksgiving, here are some tips to give you an advantage. Watch the Weather reports. Novembers can either mean a beautiful 60 degree day or a Blizzard here in the Northeast. Check the forecast in […]

  2. It’s that time of year again…Safety tips for Raking Leaves

    We can all agree that the changing of the leaves colors in Autumn is one of the most spectacular sights that you will see all year but this change also means that those beautiful leaves are inevitably about to fall and become a real mess. Raking and disposing of the fallen leaves is important to keep […]

  3. Severe Weather is on the Way: What Can You Do?

    Severe Weather is on the Way: What Can You Do? From tornadoes to thunder, hail stones to snow storms, severe weather has been in the news lately. Severe storms can take place at any time, day or night, anywhere in the country, creating hazardous conditions. Having a plan before the big one hits can help […]

  4. Snow Removal Safety Tips from LovetoKnow.com

    http://safety.lovetoknow.com/snow-removal-safety-tips By Kate Miller-Wilson Removing snow and ice from around your home is an essential winter safety activity. However, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, about 16,500 people visit the emergency room each year to treat injuries they received while shoveling snow. These injuries range in severity from blisters to heart attacks, but most are […]

  5. Use Extra Caution Driving in Fog

    by bdemarco

    Category: Blog

    Use Extra Caution Driving in Fog Be a safer driver when fog reduces your visibility. Driving in fog can be treacherous. Not only is visibility reduced, the accompanying moisture can build up on road surfaces creating slippery conditions. It doesn’t matter how experienced you are or what kind of car you’re driving, you need to […]

  6. Fireplace Safety Tips

    I think that most would agree that there is nothing quite like cuddling up in front of a warm cozy fire on a cold day. Here are some tips on how to do it safely. Prior to the first time you use your fireplace each season you should have a certified chimney sweep come out and […]

  7. Halloween Decorating Safety Tips

    by bdemarco

      Halloween is right around the corner and a few common sense safety tips should be addressed to make your home safer for the little ghouls and goblins. While candlelight is a beautiful thing, technology has come out with LED, battery operated, and even solar powered lights that will give you the desired effect without […]

  8. Halloween Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treating

    by bdemarco

    You should always plan your trick-or-treating (TOT) route ahead of time so that you can be familiar with it in the daylight and you can show the kids where you will be going. Some neighborhoods have assigned times (typically 6pm-8pm) and will even post a flyer in the front door or window to let you […]

  9. What to do in the Event of a Car Accident

    If you have been in an auto accident, things can get very hectic. You might be feeling scared, angry, and in that rush of adrenaline you may not know what you are supposed to do under these circumstances. Better to be prepared and have a plan of action ahead of time. The more prepared you […]

  10. Protecting your identity

    by bdemarco

    Category: Blog

    Well, it seems like the Holiday season is upon us (it seems to get earlier and earlier every year). So we wanted to share some ways to protect yourself from being a target for identity thieves during the holidays: Be vigilant of your surroundings. Thieves are always looking for the “easy mark” Don’t carry large […]

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