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6 Simple Snowmobile Safety Tips

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Stay safe during snowmobile season Once the weather gets cold and the snow starts falling here in New Hampshire, some people are content to cozy up next to the fire with a good book and concentrate on staying warm. For others, though, it’s time to get excited because it’s time to break out the snowmobiles … More

4 Fall Home Safety Tips

Household safety tips change with the season As days get shorter and nights get longer, our habits begin to change. Most of us typically spend more time hunkering down at home and resuming favorite fall pastimes like apple picking and drinking hot cocoa on the sidelines of our little ones’ soccer games. Arriving along with … More

Fall Night Driving Dangers

Summer has ended, and while fall and winter have their own pleasures like hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling, longer nights mean increased danger on the roads. It’s common for drivers to think they operate their vehicles just as well at night as during the day, but consider the following statistic: Even though nighttime driving accounts for … More

5 Steps to Take When Your Identity is Stolen

Your Identity Belongs to You: Protect It! Studies show that identity theft is on the rise – and it’s more likely to start with a stolen wallet than an online phishing scam. Researchers at Javelin Strategy & Research reported in a 2009 survey that the number of identity theft cases increased 22 percent to 9.9 … More

Stay Safe in Your Summer Recreational Vehicles

Summer just wouldn’t be the same in New Hampshire without the fun and excitement provided by recreational vehicles like boats, RVs and motorcycles. But before you hit the road or the water, be sure that you make safety a priority, and don’t forget about insurance! RV Safety and Insurance RV insurance combines home and auto … More

Texting and Driving: The Dangers in Figures

Everyone knows that texting and driving is an extremely dangerous behavior, yet we continue to see drivers failing to put down their phones behind the wheel. Although people of all ages text while driving, 62 percent of high school students admit to doing so, according to a survey conducted by Students Against Drunk Driving and … More