Home Maintenance Tips for Fall

Performing a handful of annual fall maintenance tasks can ensure your home is safe and ready for the colder months ahead. Insulate water pipes in areas exposed to cold temperatures. Check the roof to ensure that it can withstand the wear and tear of winter and that it won’

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Road Safety on Wet Roads

During rainstorms, low visibility and slick roads can create hazardous driving conditions. It is important to practice road safety at all times. If unprepared for rainy weather, drivers could be putting themselves and others on the road in danger of injury or death following

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Guard Against Clothes Dryer Fires

For most people, clothes dryers are a modern convenience when it comes to doing laundry. However, if not properly maintained, dryers can cause devastating fires that could lead to property damage, injury or even death. The lint that accumulates in dryers and ventilation syst

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Jump-start Your Car in 7 Easy Steps

Although cars are more likely to stall in the cold, your battery can die at any time. Here’s how to jump-start your car in the event of a dead battery.      Park a running vehicle next to the car with the dead battery. Ensure that you are close enough to connect both ve

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4 Flat Tire Tips

If you find yourself involved in an unfortunate incident that causes a flat tire, here’s what you should do: 1. Keep a firm grip on the steering wheel as you pull to the side of the road. Slow down gradually and turn on your hazard lights. Do not slam on the brakes. 2. If

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