It’s that time of year again. Time to trim your tree, stuff those stockings and deck the halls with seasonal splendor. There are many lights to be hung and traditions to be kept. The beautiful mix of pine, greenery and dazzling lights adds to the excitement of holiday cheer. While you are preparing your home with your annual holiday bliss, here is some advice to make sure your holiday is a happy one, and not a fire hazard.
Distracted driving is one of the main causes for automotive accidents and deaths in the U.S. Being a distracted driver is not only dangerous to you, as the driver, but to your passengers as well as everyone else on the road. There are countless stories all around the nation that make it into the news regarding car accidents and distracted drivers.
Out of the house and on their own. For many Texas families, this is their first time sending off one of their children to go live on a college campus. This is a new stage of life for the family and for the young adults who are entering the college life. One of the big things before sending off your college age child is to make sure they are fully prepared to start their own independent living.
As an owner of a vehicle or a home, insurance is often looked at on the front end of the purchase and then just mindlessly renewed month after month or year after year as the bill comes in, or the policy renews. Most people don’t enjoy insurance shopping and digging into the details of insurance policies. Just knowing the basics of what is covered is enough for many people to sign on the dotted line and pay their monthly insurance payment. When it comes to reviewing your insurance policies, it is important to do so annually with someone you trust and here are some reasons why.