Safety Tips While Driving with Pets

A dog in a cloth carriage restrained in the rear seat of a car using a pet leash, signifying keeping your pet safe while driving.Animal-lovers tend to think of pets as members of the family. Pet owners will often take their dog or cat along with them to the local groomer, pet store, or even on road trips. However, whereas humans can take precautions when driving, such as fastening their seatbelt, it’s much more difficult to impart the same level of safety for our pets. Seeing as animals can often be rambunctious and unpredictable, it’s best to become aware of some safety tips while driving with pets. [Read more…]

Tips to Follow When Starting a Restaurant Delivery Service

A delivery driver wearing a mask holding boxes of pizza.COVID-19 has forced many businesses to diversify their services in order to maintain income. Restaurants, in particular, are turning to delivery to keep their business afloat until they can reopen their dining room. If you are considering or have already begun a delivery service, some procedures must be adopted to ensure the wellbeing of your employees, customers, and business. Read our recommended tips to follow when starting a restaurant delivery service to mitigate any potential risks. [Read more…]

4 Back-to-School Driving Tips for a Safe Ride

Mother and daughter in carBack to school means a lot of thing to a lot of different people, but for drivers it means more time on a suddenly congested road. Regardless if you’re a young driver with their first car at high school, a student packing up the car to head back to college, or a parent navigating the chaos that is school and city traffic: it’s time to drive safe. The Property Casualty Insurers of America have released some great tips for the season of back-to-school driving, and we thought we’d share the best with you. [Read more…]

Grease Fire: Tips and Prevention

Kitchen grease fire from unattended pan.No matter how prepared you may think you are, a fire in your home can happen at any time. Unfortunately this is one of those liabilities that comes with owning a home. Some of the most dangerous fires tend to start in the kitchen, and cooking is the number one cause of fires and fire-related injuries nationwide according to the National Fire Protection Association nationwide. They are often caused with the use of cooking oil and generally these fires tend to be more difficult to put out than other fires. Luckily, in the event that a grease fire happens in your home or business there are ways to contain them and put them out safely before the damage gets out of hand. [Read more…]

What is Distracted Driving?

Distracted driving is the number one cause of car accidents in the United States. [Read more…]

Safety Tips for the Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time to spend with family and friends. [Read more…]