You put a lot of time into making your car and home just right. So, you want to protect your investments as much as possible, right? One of the essential details to think about is gadgets and which ones can really help you with that goal. While they often can get a bad reputation, they can be a great choice for making safety a priority with a lot more convenience than you’d think!
When the winter chill sneaks into your home and life, you’ll want to do whatever you can to warm yourself back up. Do you know how to do that without putting yourself, your loved ones, or your home at risk? Here’s what you need to know!
While no one ever wants to HAVE to necessarily file an insurance claim, the need for it can certainly arise. So, here’s what you need to know about how and when to file an insurance claim with Farmers. Spoiler alert: it’s not going to be nearly as difficult as you’d think.
Last month we wrote about lightning and your home and how to be safe. This month we will talk about when lightning strikes and your car.
Lightning and thunder are common issues whenever a storm rolls up, and we know that happens pretty regularly in the Texas Gulf. You may know how to protect yourself, which is great. But, do you know how to protect yourself when you are in your vehicle? And what about your vehicle itself — is it protected against lightning strikes? Here’s what you’ll want to know about what exactly happens when lightning strikes your car.
Your house will never be struck by lightning, it can’t happen to you, so you don’t need to worry about it, right? Actually, you should be, especially for those of us in Texas where thunder and lightning storms are a regular occurrence. Lightning strikes homes much more often than many believe, which means that there is the potential to have a lot of damage done that can lead to a high amount of losses.
We’ve discussed preparation for hurricane season in 4 Tips for Getting Prepared for Hurricane Season and even getting out right before in the last ditch effort in Be Sure You Are Prepared to Bug Out – Emergency Evacuation Packing. But what happens if that Cat 1 storm turns for the worse, or you had to stay back for one reason or another?
Have you received a letter in the mail lately notifying you that your auto insurance has dropped you? If so, you might be a pretty big shock, or is it?! It often feels as though it comes out of the left-field, leaving you scrambling to figure out what to do, and likely you saw it coming or not. So let’s discuss some of the issues and tips to help support you, so you can recover as quickly as possible! Because, as we all know, if you have a car, you are required to insure it in the State of Texas.
Your teen is officially ready to drive! This is their most exciting birthday and most parents’ most terrifying birthday. There are so many things that go along with your teen hitting the road for the first time. Where do you even start when looking to teach those baby steps to them?
Teens and cars make for a terrifying combination for most parents. However, this is an essential point in your teen’s life, and you’ll need to make sure that you acknowledge that. Looking for some helpful advice on where you can start with your teen and driving? Take a look!