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With the holidays approaching, you may be planning to have guests at your home. When you’re preparing the food, the music, and the decorations, be sure guest safety is also part of the plan. There are things you can do to help ensure your holiday party is festive, fun and safe, including: READ MORE >>

As winter kicks into full gear and the snow is building up outside, you may be looking forward to staying cozy and warm indoors. But did you know that half of all home heating fires occur in December, January and February? Home fires caused by heating equipment account for about 15% of all reported home fires each year. READ MORE >>

  Cars are more luxurious, efficient and safe than ever before thanks to new technology. A shiny new car with all the bells and whistles might cost more up front, but those extra gadgets can reduce your chance of a collision. READ MORE >>

A day at the lake is the perfect way to spend a sunny summer day – whether you are swimming, kayaking or boating. Keep the experience safe and fun by following these safety tips: Look before you leap! Always be aware of your surroundings and any unknown dangers waiting for you in the water. READ MORE >>

Planning a vacation takes hard work — and you deserve that relaxation time! A little extra preparation before your trip will leave you worry-free while your home is vacant. Check these three things off your list before you leave: A telltale sign that a home is vacant – no lights on in the evening. READ MORE >>

Shopping online has never been easier or more convenient for consumers, but it’s important to take security precautions and think about the consequences of your actions. Educators Insurance is always looking out for your best interest and we encourage you to remember these tips when making online purchases for your friends or loved ones this holiday season. READ MORE >>

Summertime and backyard barbecues go hand in hand and while millions of Americans safely enjoy them every year, accidents do happen. A majority of grill fires are not caused by the people utilizing them but by a malfunction of the gas grills themselves. READ MORE >>

Despite many years of encouraging drivers and passengers to wear seatbelts, there are still 13 percent of people who don’t regularly buckle up, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). But wearing a seatbelt is not always enough; it’s important that you’re wearing your seatbelt correctly once it’s fastened. READ MORE >>

Are you and your family planning to drive to a holiday get-together this year? Whether you’re traveling a mile down the road to a friend’s house or three hours to your family’s favorite vacation spot, we wanted to share a few safety tips: READ MORE >>

Did you know that October is auto battery safety month? Whether you are driving one mile a day or 20, it’s very important to make sure that your car battery is fully charged.  Not sure how to tell if the charge is full?  Here are three warning signs that can help you determine when your battery is beginning to fail. READ MORE >>

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