The spring and summer months are a time for barbeques, swimming by the pool, and yard work. They also are a time for severe weather…thunderstorms, hail, floods, and tornados.
A bad rainstorm can lower visibility as much as darkness does, so prepare for visibility problems before they happen.
Hydroplaning is caused by a buildup of water in front of your tires, which causes your car to ride on a thin layer of water instead of the road.
By knowing what to do during severe weather incidents, you can greatly increase your safety and the safety of those around you.
Travel insurance includes a number of different types of insurance. All of these insurance policies cover potential losses that arise from travel.
Many people mistakenly think that a highway overpass provides safety from a tornado. The reality is: an overpass may be one of the worst places to seek shelter from a tornado.
As the severe weather season approaches, take some time to make a safety plan for your family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Planning ahead will lower the chance of injury or death in the event severe weather strikes.
Here are some ways to protect your property while you’re away.