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Written by Adam Miller
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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Written by Adam Miller
The Biggest Risks Of Skipping Routine Car Maintenance

A vehicle isn't just a way to get from point A to point B, but is a valuable investment that should be protected like any other kind of personal or commercial property. Much in the way we function best when we take care of our personal health and get routine check-ups, our vehicles greatly benefit from regular maintenance and care. When vehicles are neglected and poorly maintained, both the vehicle and drivers can suffer serious consequences.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Top Four Things Thieves Target During The Summer

While summer can be a busy time for families as they plan vacations and road trips, it can be an even busier time for thieves looking to steal what they can from residential properties. In almost no time at all, and with very little effort, criminals can quickly make off with hundreds and even thousands of dollars worth of personal property. Today's blog post looks at the top four things thieves target on residential properties during the summer months.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Combat The Problem of Distracting Driving

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and although this is a relatively new national awareness program, the problem of distracted driving is quickly reaching epic proportions. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2014 alone over 3,100 people were killed and over 430,000 were injured in motor vehicle accidents involving distracted drivers. The problem of distracted driving impacts individuals, families, and even businesses that rely on delivery drivers or service vehicles.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Reasons Why Older Drivers Benefit From Newer Vehicles

Baby Boomers represent a large percentage of drivers on U.S. roadways. In fact, there are more drivers over the age of 70 than ever before. Due to the increase in older drivers, the topic of driving safety for senior citizens has become a hot-button topic within many families. One of the biggest factors in senior driver safety comes in regards to the type vehicle they're driving. In today's blog post, we'll discuss three specific reasons why older drivers benefit from newer vehicles.

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Written by Adam Miller
Four Common Bad Driving Habits To Avoid

Drivers can be their own worst enemy, whether they've been driving for five weeks or five decades. Often, drivers will develop poor driving habits early and will remain unsafe drivers for life, usually passing these bad driving habits down to their children. In today's blog post, we'll look at four common bad driving habits to avoid, and how they can put drivers, their passengers, and other vehicles in danger.

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Written by Adam Miller
Caring for Aging Relatives: Financial Responsibilities

A growing number of Americans have had to make decisions and plans regarding the immediate and long-term care of their retired or elderly loved ones. Medical advancements have greatly improved life expectancies, and as a result, many more senior citizens are thriving well into their 70's, 80's and 90's. However, there is a higher risk of liability for senior citizens living on their own, or even with other relatives, due to their increased likelihood of injuries, falls or accidents.

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Written by Adam Miller
Common Distractions For Teen Drivers, Part Two

In our previous blog post, we looked at the top two distractions for teen drivers and how these distractions can quickly prove dangerous and even deadly. Parents should be aware of these driving dangers and temptations for teen drivers so they can encourage and teach safer driving habits. In the second part of this blog series, we'll look at three other distractions teen drivers should avoid to keep themselves, their passengers, and other drivers safe on the road.

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Written by Adam Miller
Common Distractions For Teen Drivers, Part One

Getting a driver's license marks a rite of passage for many American teenagers. While a driver's license may mean independence and freedom for teen drivers, it generally marks the beginning of a stressful and anxious time for parents as they watch their children learn how to comfortably navigate city streets, freeways, and traffic.

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Written by Adam Miller
Should I Review My Insurance Annually?

The start of a new year is always a perfect opportunity for personal and professional introspection. This gives people the chance to establish goals, reviews successes and failures, and implement changes for future improvement. It is also the ideal time to review financial decisions and protections for the future, including insurance coverage.

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