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Whether it is Spring Break, Summer Vacation, a Holiday Break, or just a simple getaway, it's a time when the kiddos are out of school and families can "make a break" for potentially warmer, sunnier weather and fun, adventurous and relaxing times. READ MORE >>

Whether it is a Holiday Break, Spring Break, Summer Vacation, or just a simple getaway, it's a time when the kiddos are out of school and families can "make a break" for potentially warmer and sunnier or even colder weather. READ MORE >>

Criminals don't take a summer break One of the best ways to save on Auto and Homeowners' insurance is to stay claims-free. Securing your vehicle and house will help prevent theft, save you money along with the hassle of dealing with unexpected property losses this summer. READ MORE >>

Long daylight hours and better driving conditions may lull drivers into a false sense of safety during summer months­­­­, according to a new survey conducted by Michelin for National Tire Safety Week (May 28‒June 3). READ MORE >>

Are you ready to escape the winter chill by taking a trip to a warmer destination? Whether you’re flying south for the entire winter or just leaving town for a few days, you’ll want to prep your home before you leave. Doing so may help prevent burglaries and damage to your home from fire, frozen pipes and more. READ MORE >>

If you plan to travel over the holiday season, you’re in good company. In 2015, AAA reported that nearly 100 million Americans—nearly one-third of the population—packed their bags and spent the holidays at least 50 miles from home. READ MORE >>

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