Michelle Dixon April 18, 2018 No Comments

Going Out on the Water? Take Boating Precautions!

Bodies of water are the second most common scene for accidental deaths in the United States — after highways. Boaters must always be alert to floating debris, underwater rocks, and other boats or you could easily get yourself into a dangerous situation. Here are a few guidelines to follow to improve your safety while on […]

Michelle Dixon July 2, 2013 No Comments

How to Boost Your Credit and Lower Insurance Rates!

Credit scores are used so lenders can predict how likely a borrower is to repay a loan and/or make payments on time. Where your credit lies will impact your insurance rates. Freescore.com gives the following on what is considered “good” and “bad” credit: Good credit score: 680 and Up Average credit score: 620 to 679 […]

Stuart Durland June 18, 2013 No Comments

Dangerous Storms, Everything You Need to Have/Know/Do!

As you have probably already heard, we are in the midst of hurricane season. There have been 85 recorded hurricanes in NY. Breaking it down by month there have been 4 hurricanes in June, 7 in July, 23 in August, 37 in September, and 14 in October. Whether it is a hurricane, thunderstorm, or any other natural […]

Michelle Dixon May 22, 2013 No Comments

Tailgating, “Stay Off My Bumper!”

When we say “tailgating” we are not talking about the tailgating where you enjoy food and drinks with friends right before a football game. Tailgating is when a driver rides up on the back end of another car in front of them too closely. According to research by the Highways’ Agency, tailgating is of the top […]