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More than 400,000 bicyclists are injured each year by motorists, with an average of 800 fatalities. It’s Bike to Work Week and a good time to remember to share the road with bicyclists of all ages:
 Keep in mind that bicycles are considered vehicles by law with the same rights as motor vehicles.
 Reduce your speed when approaching a bicyclist.
Don’t pass a bicyclist unless the lane is wide enough and you have a clear sight line.
Don’t honk at a rider, you could startle them.
 Keep an eye out for children; they tend to be unpredictable and don’t follow the rules of the road.


It’s almost time to open up that pool for the summer! As much fun as they are, pools also increase your liability risk. Be sure to talk to your insurance agent about your pool and consider increasing your liability limits or adding an Umbrella policy to make sure you can enjoy your pool with peace of mind. Get more tips on pools and insurance here: http://ow.ly/zz2150ubtBR


“All gave some, some gave all.” We are grateful for all those who served.


May is National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Did you know that the majority of the time, car and truck drivers are at fault when motorcycle accidents happen? There are a number of reasons why, starting with the fact that motorcycles are easily hidden in your blind spot. Read up on how to avoid crashes with motorcycles >>10 important tips: http://ow.ly/7pVn50tUAgp


Today is Insurance Awareness Day, a great day to look at how much you could save by bundling your home (or renters) + auto insurance! Check out what MAPFRE Insurance can do for you. Get a quote today! http://ow.ly/U3Zr30ofyR6


Music helps make the journey even more memorable. Check out our 4th of July Spotify playlist: https://spoti.fi/2ZCKD3O


June is National Emergency Preparedness Month. Print or screenshot this emergency checklist to make sure you have documents and supplies organized when you need them! http://ow.ly/kGiL30ofyCH


“America was built on courage, on imagination, and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.” – Harry S. Truman
Remembering the spirit that is our heritage today. Happy 4th of July!


The temperature inside your car climbs 20 degrees in just 10 minutes, even with the window cracked. You may like to take Fido everywhere you go, but if he can’t go with you inside – leave him home, not in your car.


Happy Labor Day to all!


September is National Preparedness Month, a good time to stock up on supplies and organize your documents. This video makes stocking up simple: http://bit.ly/31NnxJB


Knowing what to do in the event of a fire is particularly important for older adults. At age 65, older adults are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires compared to the population at large. By age 75, that risk increases to three times, and to four times by age 85.

Are you and your loved ones prepared? Visit nfpa.org/fpw for tips and resources. #FirePreventionWeek 


October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! When it comes to #cybersecurity make sure you OWN IT. SECURE IT. PROTECT IT. 


Today is International Water Safety Day! This summer, remember these tips:
Secure pools with a 4-foot high fence or barrier with a self-latching gate.
Keep floats, reaching poles and other life-saving equipment in an easy-to-reach area.
Have flotation devices, such as life vests, available for guests who are not experienced swimmers.
Avoid alcohol while swimming and while supervising children in the water.
More tips from the CDC http://ow.ly/sM4I30ofywI


This week is Healthy and Safe Swimming Week! Did you know that pool chemistry has a lot to do with helping your swimmers stay healthy? Showering for just one minute can rinse off most harmful bacteria that could make you sick from the water. Get more tips on how to stay healthy while swimming here: http://ow.ly/h36B50ubvtS


According to the U.S. Coast Guard, 76% of boating deaths occur due to drowning, and 85% of victims were not wearing life jackets. During Safe Boating month, commit to just Wear It. Did you know there are newer life jacket options that are lightweight, comfortable and safe? Guidelines for the whole family: http://bit.ly/2PMXwVh