May is Motorcycle Awareness Month! We’ve got tips to help you pick out the best gear to keep you protected on the road.
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Although some motorcycle accidents can’t be prevented, many can and thousands of lives can be saved. Recently, state and local government officials from around the nation have banded together to declare May as Motorcycle Awareness month.
75% of children are riding in car seats that don’t fit or aren’t installed correctly. Is your child safe in the car?
Not sure what else to take with you if you have to evacuate your home? We have a couple of items you should pack up with you in case the worst happens and you have to leave your home when severe weather hits.
Whether you plan to build a new home or buy a pre-existing home, make sure to check the placement of smoke alarms, be aware of what type of alarm you have, and take a few minutes each month to check for any potential problems. Ensuring that your smoke detector works properly gives you and your family valuable time to safely evacuate your home in the event of a fire.
According to Woodheat.org, about 10 million people in the United States use woodstoves or fireplaces to heat their homes. Unsafe chimneys not only cause massive damage from fires, but they can cause carbon dioxide or smoke buildup in your home if they cannot vent properly. If you heat your home with this method, make sure to have your chimney inspected this fall.
Moving into your first house? Now that you have a home to take care of, you’ll need to stock up on some basic supplies! Here’s a list to get you started.
Think your home is safe? Think again. You may not be taking the right precautions to make your home and your valuables as safe as they could be. See what you can do to protect your most valuable asset.