Accidents happen every day. It’s important to know the most common types of accidents so that we can be informed, and make sure we are able to avoid them. Travelers has compiled a great list to help keep drivers safe and aware on the road.
Keep your distance. Drive far enough behind …Read More
National Traffic Awareness Month calls attention to the lives lost each year on the road. The goals of this month are to shed light on traffic safety rules to keep people safe on the roadways and eliminate the tragic losses experienced each year. Endurance shares safety tips for the road.
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Summer months may leave the roads clear of ice and snow, but the season brings with it its own challenges and hazards. Travelers Insurance examines different things to be aware of on the road during this time of year.
Hazard Number 1: Summer Construction Brings Increased Traffic
Traffic delays and detours caused by road …Read More
There are a lot of tips for safe Winter driving. However, each season comes with its own hazards, and Summer is no exception. Use these tips from the American Safety Council to make sure you stay safe on the roads this season:
Travel earlier or later in the day
During the Summer, the hottest …Read More
With Summer comes many fun activities to do outside. This can result in bringing some of the outdoors inside your car! Therefore, it’s important to be more thorough when tidying up your vehicle in the warmer months. Sun Auto Service shares these tips to keep your ride clean this season:
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Many of us dream of lazy days out on the water. Or perhaps you’re more a speed demon and would rather jump waves on your Jet Ski. Either way, you need to know the rules and regulations of the water. Wisconsin DNR has some great information as well as classes, so you are more knowledgeable …Read More
Summer is a time for exploring, whether that’s on the road, on the water, or on the trail, there is adventure! As you’re enjoying the great outdoors you’re sure to find some wildlife in the Northwoods. But what do you do if you find a white-tailed fawn all alone in the woods? Wisconsin Department of …Read More
Emergencies aren’t designated to a specific season. Winter car emergency kits are critical, and we recommend warm weather car emergency kits for the Spring and Summer months.
High temperatures can cause problems when it comes to vehicle performance and the Summer heat can be brutal if you’re stuck waiting for a tow or roadside service. Here …Read More
In the Northwoods, we are accustomed to driving in snow. As the seasons change, we need to prepare for rainy conditions. Driving in rain, whether a sprinkle or a heavy downpour, can be difficult. Rainy conditions are directly associated with higher accident rates, so we thought knowing how wet roads and reduced visibility affect the …Read More