Spring cleaning season is here! Read on for helpful tips on making your home sparkle.
Daylight Saving Time is a great opportunity to improve your family's safety!
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Here's a rundown of some of the security options you have to protect your home, from all-in-one systems to separate components for do-it-yourselfers.
Even if you do work with an independent agent, however, it's good to have a little basic knowledge about insurance.
Many people find out too late that they didn't have enough insurance to replace their jewelry.
Is your home as efficient as it could be? An energy audit can tell you.
What to do, and what not to do, to help make your trip a lot more pleasant.
Winter driving safety tips to help you make it through the season safely.
These pet travel tips from the Humane Society and American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) can help keep your pet safe when traveling.
Here are five mistakes we often see homeowners make—and tips from experts to help you avoid them.
Cyberattacks happen all the time. There are several things you can do, quickly and easily, to keep your data more secure.
Here are some tips for both parents and kids to make sure everyone stays safe as the children head back to school.
Summer means more than sunshine and vacations. It also means working in the yard – often with tools that can be dangerous if not used properly. Read more for crucial safety tips.
Cars and bicycles can peacefully coexist on the roads. All it takes is a little preparation and a lot of awareness, along with some understanding thrown in for good measure
Here are seven nighttime boating things to keep in mind, both before you hit the water and once you're out cruising around.
Whether a dad knows it all, or just thinks he knows it all, Father’s Day is still his day. Tell some old stories. Share some laughs and learn more about the history behind Father's Day.
Summer has its own set of seasonal hazards that require your complete attention as a driver. Learn what risks to be most mindful of and stay safe this season.
There are about 1,200 tornadoes in the United States each year. Find out what the NWS and Red Cross recommend if you encounter a tornado while you’re on the road.
Almost anywhere it rains, it can flood. Even if you live in an area of that you think isn’t at risk, preparation is just as critical as with other types of emergencies.
Home insurance is typically comprehensive, but all policies have exclusions and limits. Learn more about home insurance coverage to ensure you’re protected.
With warm weather right around the corner, these home maintenance tips will help you prepare. Learn more.
If your dog exhibits aggressive behavior and you don’t report it to your insurer, your policy may become invalidated if there’s another incident. Learn more and make sure you’re protected.
There are benefits and drawbacks to car sharing—just as there are when driving your own car everywhere. Learn more.
Hundreds of people die annually from carbon-monoxide (CO) poisoning—and the invisible, odorless gas sickens thousands more. Help protect yourself and your loved ones. Learn more.
Review tips from the National Arbor Day Foundation to help keep trees healthy, identify warning signs and address problems. Learn more.
Did you know that certain car safety features could save you money on insurance? Review recommendations from the NHTSA and get tips for buying a safe car.
Review tips from the Red Cross and Centers for Disease Control on what you should put in your emergency survival kit to keep your family safe.
Did you know that large, open floor plans could be considered a safety concern? Learn how trends in modern construction may increase your risk for fire damage.
From experienced motorcyclists to those just getting started, these tips from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and Consumer Reports can help keep you safe.
Most consumers can easily lower their auto insurance costs — especially if you have a great driving record, or don’t mind a higher deductible. Learn more.
Umbrella policies offer excess liability coverage on top of what your other policies provide. If you’re at fault for a serious accident, you’ll need it.
If you have personal property coverage as part of a homeowners or renters policy, you likely already have some protection for your jewelry but is it enough?
Life jackets save lives. So how do you choose the right one? Get expert tips on life jacket safety from the Coast Guard and U.S. Marine Corps. Learn more.
Before you add a swimming pool to your property or buy a home that has one, it's important to consider how it can impact your insurance needs.
When’s the last time you cleaned your home’s air filters? It’s easy to push off tasks that retain the value of your house, especially if you don’t know about them. Learn more.
Renters coverage protects your personal belongings from common risks but it also provides personal liability protection and loss of use coverage.
Your home protects you from the elements, but heavy rain can weaken that protection. Learn how to avoid and mitigate damage from heavy rain.
Automated driving could make your time on the road more relaxing and safer in the near future. Learn about exciting new technology and get expert insights.
You don’t have to be handy to make your home safer. There are plenty of simple maintenance tasks you can complete to make your home more livable. Learn more.
Distracted driving isn’t just “one of those things” that happens, like a tire blowout. It’s 100% preventable. Learn how to stay alert behind the wheel.
If your rental car is damaged you may be on the hook for loss of use and diminished value fees, which your personal auto policy may not cover.
Finding a trustworthy mechanic is good for your car — and for you. Asking the right questions can help you take some of the frustration out of your repair experience.
Potholes damage countless cars every year. But you can minimize their impact by learning what to watch for — and even the best way to drive through one.
Learn some easy steps you can take to help protect your identity. Because the only person who should enjoy the benefits of being you is you.
Because carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless, it can lead to dangerous situations quick. Learn five easy ways to protect yourself and your family, both at home and in the car.
Social media is all about sharing, isn’t it? But, it’s important to understand the risks of sharing certain kinds of information, and to know how to restrict access to the information you do share.
Think your bad driving habits are simply an annoyance (or perhaps even a danger) to others on the road? Think again. They could be damaging your car, too. Learn more in this blog.
Advanced vehicle safety features help drivers avoid collisions, stay in their lanes and more. Read all about the latest features before shopping for your next car.
Various detection devices around your home can help alert you to trouble, such as a fire or a water leak. In this blog, we outline the must-have alarms, as well as other types of home sensors you may want to consider.
Will a porch light deter a burglar or invite him in? It all depends on how you use it. Get tips on your lighting strategy now.
Protect your RV from the elements this winter with the help of these tips. Winterizing your RV now will help you get rolling again more quickly and easily once spring comes back around.
No one wants to walk to their car after shopping to discover a broken window and your belongings stolen. Read more to learn how to prevent theft from your car.
Are you considering going solar? There are many benefits when switching to solar power. Learn more.