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We’re right in the middle of what’s shaping up to be a brutal winter. With the extreme cold temperatures comes a higher risk of freeze injuries like frostbite. But exactly how much do you know about frostbite? Being the most common injury associated with extreme cold, it’s necessary for those of us living in the cold weather to understand how to prevent, spot and take care of frostbite.
Getting yourself and your home ready for the winter can be as simple or as complicated as you make it, but getting ready for winter inside and outside the home can save money and keep you and your family safe.
This winter has been especially wet and cold so far, and it’s important to buy quality clothing that’s sturdy and warm enough to keep you safe from the elements for years to come. Unfortunately, your apparel is far more susceptible to being damaged outside during the winter because of the sidewalk salt and stubborn ice that linger on the ground until springtime.
Whether you’ve spent 20 years or 20 seconds around a motorcycle, check out some of these tips for new riders to make sure you get the riding season off to a great start!
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month! We’ve got tips to help you pick out the best gear to keep you protected on the road.
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.