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Over two-thirds of American homes are underinsured. Why? Many people think that reducing coverage is the best way to cut back on insurance spending. But that could get you into big trouble if an incident occurs that is no longer covered under your policy. Rather, keep your valuable coverage and use these three tips to save: READ MORE >>

More and more, businesses are finding it necessary to adopt new technologies to keep up with the evolving, highly competitive market. Websites, online shopping and social media have already become more popular than phone calls and in-person visits. READ MORE >>

Teenagers take pride in their first driver’s license, flashing it around like a badge of honor and bragging to friends new behind-the-wheel privileges. But this is a troublesome time for many parents, who worry about their children’s safety. READ MORE >>

Any serious biker knows that riding in the winter, even in many southern states, is entirely too bone-chilling to enjoy. But before you store your precious motorcycle for the winter, there are some cautionary steps you should take to prepare your bike for storage. READ MORE >>

Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday for many people, but it’s also the number one day for home cooking fires across America. It’s easy to lose track of what’s cooking when there are so many tasks involved in planning a holiday meal. However, safety should always be a top priority to ensure a happy holiday for everyone. READ MORE >>

There's something scarier about Halloween than the costumes: It's the deadliest day for child pedestrian accidents.That was a key finding from a 2012 study by State Farm® and Bert Sperling of Sperling's BestPlaces that shed light on the risks surrounding trick-or-treating. READ MORE >>

If you've been driving for 20 or more years, you know how to teach your teenager how to drive, right?Maybe.Things have changed a bit since you took driver's ed. Here's a quick look at what to keep in mind: Lower your hands. You probably learned to keep your hands at the "10 and 2 o'clock" positions on the steering wheel. READ MORE >>

Even when they're not your home's primary source of heat, space heaters and woodstoves are great for warming up chilly rooms. But these supplemental heat sources should be operated with a measure of caution. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, portable heaters play a role in 45 percent of all fatal heating fires in residential settings. READ MORE >>

Getting in a car accident is a frustrating experience. Many people immediately start thinking of the hassle of filing a claim and getting repairs done, not to mention any medical treatment that may be necessary. But if you get out of your car and realize that the other driver is uninsured, frustration can be tested to its limits. READ MORE >>

Even though the Texas weather barely reflects it, summer is coming to an end. School is back in session and everyone is getting back to the same old day-to-day activities that they get a break from for a few months out of every year. This means putting away the swimsuit, stashing the beach towels away and getting the boat covered up for the impending cooler months. READ MORE >>

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