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Safety

How to Reduce the Risk of Dying in a Crash

According to the National Safety Council, someone is killed in a car crash every 15 minutes, and someone is injured every seven seconds. That’s WAY too often! Our hope is that we can encourage you to implement safer driving techniques in order to keep yourself, those riding [...]
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Be Ready for Fun in the Sun

Nicer weather is a time of fun and excitement! It’s when we vacation to the destinations we’ve saved for, spend time with the people we love, and get the rest we’ve been needing.
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Tips for a Safe Fireworks Celebration

  As July 4th approaches, we can feel the excitement growing in the air! Cookouts, flags, festive clothes and decorations, time off work, and fireworks all promise to add to the fun atmosphere that surrounds celebrating our nation. Fireworks are stunning, bright, and [...]
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What Should I do if I Witness an Accident?

Crash! You’ve just witnessed a car accident. Now what? In the seconds and minutes that follow, you might call 911 if you suspect an injury. If the drivers are unable, another witness might call the police to report the accident and check that the drivers are okay.
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Tennessee Bicycle Laws Explained

Bicycles are a great way to get around town and save money! If you choose to bike to work, the gym, or nearby restaurants, it’s essential to know the laws surrounding bicycles, including motorized bicycles. As a cyclist on the road, you are considered a “vehicle” and are [...]
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Tennessee Seat Belt Laws: What You Need to Know

Great strides have been made by car manufacturers to improve driver safety as roadway vehicles have become the primary mode of transportation. One of the greatest additions to driver safety has been the seat belt.
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Your Car and Health Insurance Rights

As a consumer, you have a lot of rights when it comes to buying insurance. Most people will have two premiums: car and health insurance. Each policy is different based on your provider and your needs. But, some laws protect you no matter what you're buying.
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Pedestrian Rights in Tennessee

Pedestrians and drivers often meet at intersections, parking lots, and driveways. Sometimes that pedestrian will cross the street unexpectedly causing safety issues for themselves and the driver. Other times, cars speed through an intersection where the pedestrian has the [...]
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4 Tips for Motorcycle Safety this Spring

In 2016, the federal government estimated that per total miles traveled, the number of deaths of people riding motorcycles was approximately 28 times that of people driving cars. While riding motorcycles is factually a more dangerous activity than getting behind the wheel of [...]
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Signs an Elderly Loved One May Need to Stop Driving

It's never easy to see loved ones get older, especially when simple tasks start to become difficult. Unfortunately, some of our senior loved ones will get to a place where they are no longer driving safely. 
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