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Four Tips To Avoid Buying A Flood Damaged Vehicle

Hurricane Harvey caused billions of dollars in damages to homes, apartments, and businesses across Texas and Louisiana. In addition, thousands of cars, trucks, vans, and commercial service vehicles were flooded or completely submerged by the deep floodwaters. Many impacted drivers are now in the market for replacement vehicles, but some may end up unknowingly buying used vehicles that also flooded and were quickly cleaned up for resale.

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Three Ways Bad Weather Can Affect Your Commercial Vehicles

Businesses that have commercial vehicles and commercial drivers understand the many factors that can impact their daily routes and stops. If a driver is feeling unwell, if the vehicle is having mechanical issues, or if there are roadblocks and traffic delays, this can hurt productivity and lead to losses for the company. However, one of the biggest factors that can impact commercial vehicles comes from bad weather. Often, commercial drivers and the vehicles they operate can be seriously impacted by bad weather, and injuries and damages can result.

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How An Aging Workforce Impacts Businesses

Over the last century, the American workforce has both increased and aged as a greater number of workers remain on the job even after reaching retirement age. Some older workers remain active on the job because of improved health and true enjoyment of their jobs, while others need to keep working in order to have enough money for retirement. There are definite advantages to having more senior employees in the workplace, but there are also some issues employers need to consider to keep these older employees safe.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Three Biggest Risks Of Using Drones For Your Business

One of the biggest innovations to impact the business world in the last few years has been the use of drones for commercial use. Drones are used in industries across the world, including farming, manufacturing, art, real estate, construction, retail, and everything in between. While they provide incredible and unique perspectives for businesses and their customers, the commercial use of drones comes with substantial risk for property owners.

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What Businesses Can Learn From A Year-End Review

As 2016 comes to a close, many businesses begin planning out strategies for the new year to increase revenue, win customers, improve efficiency, and lower costs. However, many companies miss out on important growth opportunities because they fail to perform a thorough year-end review. A year-end review can help identify successes, failures, and areas of improvement from the past year, all of which can help put businesses in a better position to thrive in the new year.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Avoid Purchasing A Vehicle With Flood Damage

Houstonians rely greatly on their cars and trucks, largely because of our city's vast size and minimal public transportation options. However, over 19,000 of area vehicles experienced some form of vehicle flood damage during the historic Tax Day floods of 2016. While some of these flooded vehicles were completely submerged and sent to salvage yards, many were cleaned up and resold to unsuspecting buyers or used car lots.

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How Mother Nature Can Impact Your Personal or Commercial Vehicle

Cars and trucks are a vital part of life in Texas, with millions of drivers and businesses relying on vehicles to commute to work, take kids to school, shop, perform service calls, and deliver merchandise and materials. However, these valuable personal and business assets are often the first victims when Mother Nature strikes our area. Thankfully, quality Personal Auto and Commercial Auto coverage can cover your vehicles from losses stemming from natural disasters and other causes.

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The Dangers of Allowing Amateur Mechanics To Repair Your Vehicle

Cars need repairs and maintenance over time, and car owners have a variety of options for service providers. They can take their vehicles back to their dealership for maintenance and repairs, or take it to a licensed maintenance or repair shop. However, in an attempt to save money, some vehicle owners entrust their personal vehicles and even commercial vehicles to amateur or shade tree mechanic friends, individuals who repair vehicles as a hobby or side job and are in no way certified or professionally trained.

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Five Bad Safety Risks Companies Should Avoid

Employees should expect to feel safe and protected while on the job, but unfortunately worksite accidents and injuries are still far too common in the U.S. Each year, over 3 million workers are injured in some form while at work, whether because of falls, overexertion, electrocutions, being struck by objects, or other causes.

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Three Benefits of Upgrading Your Fleet Vehicles

A number of businesses and industries rely on commercial fleet vehicles to make service calls, perform deliveries, transport materials and raw goods, or meet with clients and vendors. Unlike most passenger vehicles, fleet vehicles can experience significant wear and tear in a shorter period of time because of their frequent use and high mileage. Unfortunately, having an older, less reliable fleet vehicle can also lead to higher costs for the business, as well as unwanted delays and the potential loss of both revenue and happy customers.

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