10 Signs you might be a bad driver

10 Signs you might be a bad driver

We all think we’re good drivers.  We don’t get tickets, we haven’t had wrecks…so we must be good drivers, right? Wrong!  Just because you haven’t been caught “doing something wrong” when driving, doesn’t mean you aren’t picking up bad habits and turning yourself into a bad driver.  Keep it up and you could hurt more than just your pride.  Below are 10 signs you might […]

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Tips for RV Towing

Tips for RV Towing

If you’ve just purchased a new RV for the summer season, chances are you might be a little concerned about towing that RV. Don’t worry, it’s not as hard as it might seem at first, as long as you take a few precautions.   6 Tips for RV Towing Weight Distribution. Make sure to distribute weight evenly in your RV so that when it’s hitched […]

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Motorcycle Maintenance Checklist

Motorcycle Maintenance Checklist

  It’s spring, and spring is a great time to get out on your motorcycle for a scenic ride.  Before you do though, we suggest you take a look at this motorcycle maintenance checklist.  Giving your bike a thorough tune-up before the season begins can prevent breakdowns and accidents on the road. Is the gas old? If it’s been more than 6 weeks or so […]

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Memorial Day Driving

  It’s no secret that Memorial Day weekend is one of the most dangerous travel weekends of the year. Because of that, we want to give you a few quick reminders of how to have a great long weekend that isn’t ruined by a car accident.   Slow down. According to southerninsurance.com, during Memorial Day weekend drivers are 27% more likely to run red lights. […]

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Tax Deduction for a Totaled Vehicle

Tax Deduction for a Totaled Vehicle

Tax Deduction for a Totaled Vehicle by Jeff Franco J.D./M.A./M.B.A. ; Updated December 09, 2017   The Internal Revenue Service allows taxpayers to deduct property losses that result from an unexpected casualty. You can deduct the cost of damage or loss to a car resulting from the event. However, not every property loss resulting from an accident is tax deductible. Taxpayers must become familiar with […]

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Chiropractic Care and Your Back Injury

Chiropractic Care and Your Back Injury

Chiropractic care can be used in conjunction with traditional medical treatments or in place of.  Chiropractors use spinal manipulation to readjust your spine, muscles and other soft tissues because they believe that proper alignment can help your body heal. Chiropractic care helps to restore mobility to your joints after a tissue injury resulting from a traumatic event like a car accident, fall or even sitting […]

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Medicare/Medicaid and Insurance Coverage

Medicare/Medicaid and Insurance Coverage

As we get older and more and more people move to Medicare for insurance, the question often arises: Does Medicare pay for car accident injuries?  There are many websites out there that cover this information, and we’ve gathered several of them here for you. The most basic answer is that Medicare is a payor of last resort, so if you have other insurance that covers […]

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Motorcycle Insurance – What you Need to Know

Motorcycle Insurance – What you Need to Know

This article from Esurance.com explains all you need to know about buying Motorcycle Insurance. If you’re looking to purchase a motorcycle, you’ll need the insurance to go with it.  Here’s a snippet from the article: If you’re considering a motorcycle purchase, be sure to include insurance in your cost estimating equation. Even though there are a few states – Montana, Washington and Florida – that don’t […]

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Common Air Bag Injuries and How to Prevent Them

Common Air Bag Injuries and How to Prevent Them

Airbags were invented to help save lives during car accidents, and they do help.  However, often those same life-saving airbags can cause injuries of their own.  Some of the most common airbag injuries include: Bruising or cuts to the face, chest and even arms (many people use their arms to shield their face during accidents) Burns to the face, chest, or arms Facial or rib […]

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Summer Driving Tips

Summer Driving Tips

Summertime is here and that means road trips, weekend getaways, and festivals.  We’ve compiled some summer driving tips to help you enjoy that vacation instead of being stuck on the side of the road. BEFORE YOU LEAVE Before you start off on your trip, make sure to thoroughly check your car’s fluids: coolant levels, oil, etc.  Also check the AC, tires and transmission to make […]

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