Tip of Week – November 6, 2018 - Pedestrian Safety Tips as Daylight Hours Decrease

Tip of Week – November 6, 2018 - Pedestrian Safety Tips as Daylight Hours Decrease

As we head into late fall and early winter, and fall back to standard time, you’ll notice our days are growing shorter and that means some pedestrians who might typically walk in daylight, are now walking in the dark.   Please review these safety tips so that, as a pedestrian, you can be seen and not hurt!

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Tip of Week – October 30, 2018 Play it Safe on Halloween, Review These Safety Tips

Tip of Week – October 30, 2018 Play it Safe on Halloween, Review These Safety Tips

We’re just days away from October 31st, Halloween, and that means there’s sure to be excited children in costumes going door-to-door trick-or-treating.   We all have a role in keeping each other safe, whether we’re drivers on the road, parents with children in tow, or children themselves visiting the homes of friends and neighbors.   Please review the safety tips below to ensure a night of safety and fun!

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Tip of Week – October 24, 2018 Why Cosmetic Contact Lenses Without a Prescription Can be Harmful

Tip of Week – October 24, 2018 Why Cosmetic Contact Lenses Without a Prescription Can be Harmful

Here comes Halloween and finding the right and most detailed costume can be great fun. Sometimes the “eyes” really do have it, but wearing cosmetic contacts can be extremely dangerous if they are purchased from a vendor who does not require a prescription. All contacts, corrective or not, require a prescription

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Tip of the Week - August 27, 2018 - When Selling or Donating Your Car, Be Sure to Clear Your Personal Electronic Data

Tip of the Week - August 27, 2018 - When Selling or Donating Your Car, Be Sure to Clear Your Personal Electronic Data

If you have a newer car, you know you’re driving a computer on wheels, and that computer has a lot of your personal information.  When you’re clearing out your glove compartment, console, back seat and trunk as you prepare to give that vehicle to someone else through purchase or donation, don’t forget to clear your personal data stored in your car’s electronic system.

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Tip of Week – April 19, 2018 -Beware of Mobile Auto-Repair Scam

Tip of Week – April 19, 2018 -Beware of Mobile Auto-Repair Scam

There are honest individuals who run mobile auto-repair businesses but there are also unscrupulous people who pose as mobile auto repair folks and those are the scammers consumers must be aware of.  How will you know?  Typically, the mobile auto-repair scammers approach car owners in the parking lots of grocery stores or strip malls.  They point out damage to the body of the car and offer to fix it for cheap...

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