As seasons change, new factors come into play when it comes to safety on the road. This fall, Dawson Insurance is encouraging all drivers in the Fargo-Moorhead area and across the country to drive defensively. Read on to learn a few things to keep an eye out for as you’re driving in North Dakota and Minnesota this season.
Summer is officially upon us, and the activities to enjoy are endless! While summer break offers the joy of extra time with kids out of school, it’s also a time to be increasingly aware of their safety. From teens driving to hang out with their friends later at night to kids riding their bikes and swimming in pools to beat the heat, there are a number of things to consider when it comes to your child’s safety this season. Not sure what you should be looking out for? Read on to learn some important safety tips for various summer activities that you and your kids should know about.
There are over 210 million licensed drivers in the United States. Whether heading to work, school, or simply going out for social or recreational purposes, these drivers are engaging in an average of 382 billion person-trips annually. With all of these trips occurring on the road, distracted drivers create a serious threat – and it doesn’t always involve texting.
Winter is in full force in the Midwest, and with the frigid temperatures, snow and ice can wreak havoc on water pipes and tax heating systems. As a homeowner, it’s important to ensure your home’s internal systems are good to go for both efficiency and safety. Keep reading to learn some things you can do take to make sure your home is equipped to withstand the rest of the winter season. Maximize Your Heating Systems When it comes to staying warm in the winter, you want to make sure your heating systems are in proper working order. Have you had your systems serviced lately? Furnaces, boilers, and chimneys need to be serviced at least once a year to prevent fire …