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Cyber Security Tips for Holiday Shopping Online

Consider this scenario: you’re at home listening to holiday music, drinking a cup of hot chocolate, and wrapping presents when it suddenly hits you: you forgot a gift for someone on your list! Instead of venturing out to an overcrowded shopping center, it’s often easier to stay in the comfort of your own home and complete your holiday shopping online. Throw in expedited shipping, and purchasing gifts online can be quick and convenient. However, online shopping can also pose some risks. Read more...


When Should I Replace My Holiday Lights?

As you get ready to trim the tree, it’s important to inspect your holiday decorations to ensure they are in good condition. This is especially true for holiday lights, since lights in poor condition can cause fires. When you’re inspecting the lights, keep an eye out for the following: Read more...


How to Safely Transport a Christmas Tree

It’s that time of year again – the holiday season is in full swing, and many people are hanging holiday lights, putting up Christmas trees, and decorating their homes for the holidays. If you’re planning on purchasing a real tree this year, it’s important to arrive at the tree lot prepared. Keep the following tips in mind to help you transport your tree safely: Read more...


Holiday Driving Safety Tips

With Thanksgiving upon us, and other winter holidays just around the corner, millions of Americans are preparing to travel to visit friends and family to celebrate, and the majority of holiday travelers will be driving. Whether you are driving over the river and through the woods, or just couple of miles away, here are a few safety tips to take with you on the road: Read more...


Should I Call 9-1-1 to Report a Reckless or Distracted Driver?

If you see a reckless or distracted driver on the road, should you call 9-1-1? The short answer is, yes. If you see someone on the road driving recklessly—whether they are texting, inebriated, overly aggressive, or otherwise—you should report it by calling 9-1-1. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when calling. Read more...