Locked your keys in the car? Try these tips!

We’ve all done it. Well, I’m assuming we’ve all done it, or will at some point. Would you know what to do if you lock your keys in your car? Erie gave us some great tips on what to do if it happens to you! https://www.erieinsurance.com/blog/locked-keys-in-car

How Erie Insurance is Helping in BIG WAYS!

We have never been more proud to represent Erie Insurance Company than we are now. Erie has helped our customers in tremendous ways throughout this pandemic and while we’ve been sharing bits and pieces of their generosity on social media, we thought we’d put it all together here for our customers. (and potential customers, too!) Read more about How Erie Insurance is Helping in BIG WAYS![…]

Senior Citizen’s Day

Today is Senior Citizens Day! Connect with a grandparent, aunt, uncle, or neighbor, and show them your appreciation. For more ways to celebrate, click here: READ MORE HERE

Rideshare Safety

Uber and Lyft are quite popular due to convenience. But there are still safety risks! Check out these safety tips before using a rideshare service.  READ MORE HERE

Sledding Safety

Did you know that more than twenty thousand children are injured every year from sledding? Make sure your kids are safe while having fun! READ MORE HERE

What to Do: Car Stuck in Snow

Getting your vehicle stuck in the snow is no fun, and if you’re on a busy road – it can also be very dangerous. To help yourself get unstuck, use items like sand or kitty litter to give your tires traction. READ MORE HERE

Prevent Frozen Pipes

To prevent your pipes from freezing this winter, open your kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing! READ MORE HERE

New Year’s Resolutions

It’s hard to believe 2019 is just three days away! Have you thought about your New Year’s resolutions? Check out these smartphone apps that will help you achieve your goals for next year! READ MORE HERE

Holiday Safety for Your Pets

The holidays are an exciting time for all members of the household, including your pets! Remember to pet-proof your home this month to prevent any accidents. READ MORE HERE

Winter Driving Safety

Driving in the winter can be stressful if you don’t have a safety plan in place. Learn how to drive on snow-covered roads and what to do if you find yourself in an accident. READ MORE HERE

Landlord Winter Checklist

Landlords: The first official day of winter is less than two weeks away, so it’s not a bad idea to do some maintenance on your rental property. This checklist could save you hundreds of dollars down the road! READ MORE HERE

Hanging Holiday Lights Outside

During the holidays, it’s a special treat to look at all of the beautiful lights at night, but many don’t realize it’s a safety hazard if not done properly! Before you hang up lights along your roof and gutters, read these important tips to avoid a trip to the hospital. READ MORE HERE

Winterizing Your Car

This winter, icy roads could take a toll on your car and make driving even more dangerous. Check out these tips to help keep your car in the best shape possible this winter! READ MORE HERE

How to Spot Black Ice on the Road

Winter driving isn’t only about the snow – black ice is another serious problem that drivers need to watch out for! Protect yourself on the road by learning how you can spot it. READ MORE HERE

Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

Making your home more eco-friendly can save you money and benefit the environment at the same time. If you’ve been thinking about trying a “greener” lifestyle, here’s how you can start. READ MORE HERE

Cyber Monday

The holiday shopping continues – it’s Cyber Monday! Here are some ways you can score the best deals at some of the largest online retailers all from the comfort of your own home. READ MORE HERE

Thanksgiving Recipes Everyone Will Love

Thanksgiving is just a few days away! Whether you’re hosting a big dinner or contributing to your co-workers’ potluck, you’ll want to check out these tasty recipes by All Recipes. READ MORE HERE

Holiday Travel Safety Tips

Late November to mid-January is a hectic time for holiday travel! To help you avoid some of the craziness, we’ve put together some tips and tricks to get you to your holiday destination safe and sound. READ MORE HERE

Fall Safety Tips for Your Pets

From household poisons to dangerous wildlife, there are so many important safety precautions to consider for pets during the fall. Keep this checklist in mind this season to make sure your furry friends stay healthy and safe! READ MORE HERE

Cooking Safety Tips

Did you know that more than half of accidental fires at home are started by cooking? –That’s why you should be sure to follow these safety precautions while in the kitchen! READ MORE HERE

To Claim or Not to Claim?

Severe weather struck and your home suffered some damage. Now the question is: “Should I file a claim?” Find answers and gain a better understanding of claims with this helpful article. READ MORE HERE

Free Roost Smart Water Leak and Freeze Detector

Let us help you detect water damage in your home before it’s a major loss. How? By offering you a free Roost Smart Water Leak and Freeze Detector. After you download the app, you’ll be able to receive notifications on your smartphone if your home is experiencing water, temperate or humidity problems. This small device Read more about Free Roost Smart Water Leak and Freeze Detector[…]

The Value of Your Condo

Did you know that the value of your condo can be affected by the number of renters in your building? Learn what else can affect the value in this informative article from @TheNest! READ MORE HERE

Best Places for Color Tours

One of the best parts about fall is, of course, the colors! That fall foliage is in full bloom – here are some of the most scenic drives in the U.S. where you can experience the beauty! READ MORE HERE

Fun Halloween Recipes for Parties

If you’re throwing a Halloween party this year, you won’t want to miss these fun and spooky recipes that will surely keep everyone entertained and energized! Number 8 is one of our favorites. Read More Here

What have we forgot since Driver’s Ed?

Let’s Review The 11 Driving Etiquette Rules You Forgot Since Driver’s Ed.  Full article at Reader’s Digest. Acknowledge fellow drivers Use the shoulder for emergencies only Use the exit lane only to exit Don’t tailgate Tell tailgaters to move along Honk your horn sparingly Let others merge Don’t respond to aggressive drivers Be aware in Read more about What have we forgot since Driver’s Ed?[…]