The summer sun is in full force, and just like your body heats up with the high temperatures, so does your car. Should you ever get stuck in an overheating vehicle, here’s the advice you’ll need to cool down and get back on the road safely.
Before your next drive, it's a good idea to review the following tips on how to steer clear of potholes and how to identify symptoms of pothole damage to your car.
Thanksgiving is also the leading day for home cooking fires. In fact, three times as many home cooking fires happen on Thanksgiving than on any other day of the year. But here’s the good news: With preparation and common sense, many home cooking fires can be avoided. Check out the following graphic for some important kitchen fire safety information.
What do you do if you’re on the roadway when severe weather strikes? Disaster preparedness is key to safety. If possible, it's best to avoid driving when bad weather is expected. But if you’re on the road, the first step is to stay informed; listening to a radio station with regular news and weather reports can be key to avoiding dangerous conditions. Read on for more of Allstate's tips to staying safe on the roads during bad weather.
Owning a home is a serious responsibility, and one that can be trying if you're not financially prepared. Fortunately, there are a number of strategies you can employ to save for a down payment, as well as the ongoing costs of homeownership -- even if you’re on a tight budget.
What is a safe room? Simply put, a safe room is a secure, reinforced, well-stocked room where individuals can go to avoid the risks and potential dangers that may arise in other parts of a home. But how do you create a safe room in your house? Our infographic provides some ideas.
Whether you've thought about it or not, now is the time to save for your child's education fund.
Check out this video by Allstate which explains auto liability coverage!
Increasing numbers of baby boomers are transforming their traditional retirement years with late-in-life employment. Here are a few tips for finding purposeful post-retirement jobs.
Why splurge on a new vehicle when basic auto maintenance, minor upgrades and a little elbow grease can make “old Betsy” feel like new? Here are some tips on how to do it.