Social Posts: Auto Tips

19 days – that’s how many days the average worker spends commuting in traffic each year. Here are some tips to cope with commuting stress:
 Try yoga or meditation in the morning before your commute.
 Download a podcast, audio book or playlist.
 Practice a new language.
 Avoid flipping radio stations or listening to news, which adds to stress.
 To avoid driving on autopilot, mix up your routine. Drive a different route, go through a different door or park in a different spot. Take note of new buildings, scenery, etc.
 Explore finding a carpooling buddy, so you can drive less.
 Spend time outside every day to reduce your overall stress.
 Avoid distracted driving, even in stopped traffic. No eating, drinking, phone use, adjusting hair and make up, etc.


Plan to disconnect and get away with friends! A good travelling adventure with the people you love most helps to build bonds and strengthen relationships. How about a #roadtrip? Ideas for destinations here: http://ow.ly/QsxX50txnwQ


Is saving money on your to-do list for 2020? Save smart when it comes to auto insurance: bit.ly/39pSAik


If you’re a rider, stay safe on the road with these tips (wearing a helmet isn’t enough):
 Obey traffic laws. Stop at lights and stop signs.
 Use hand signals when turning.
 If you’re not used to riding, plan shorter trips to build your riding ability.
 Always ride as far right as safe, while remaining visible to drivers.
 Try to ride in a straight line.
 Avoid swerving.
 Watch for leaves, puddles, manhole covers and other hazards ahead.
 Make eye contact with drivers to ensure they see you.
 Maintain your bike, making sure brakes work and tires are properly inflated.


Putting a boat in the water? About 5,000 recreational boating accidents occur each year with 3 main causes:
– Passenger falls overboard
– Boat capsizes
– A boat hits another object or boat

Prevent tragedy on the water with this boating safety checklist: http://ow.ly/x1bW50tXelq


Auto thefts are on the rise again…See the top 5 states and top 5 vehicles targeted, and our prevention tips: http://bit.ly/2WubCBq