The Essential Car Kit: What You Need This Fall and Winter

With the fall air drawing near, this is a time when drivers should be taking note of what gear they are storing in their vehicles. The seasons of fall and winter bring icy roads, colder weather, and various less-than ideal driving conditions. Safety should always come first when it comes to hitting the road. We … More The Essential Car Kit: What You Need This Fall and Winter

Summer Camp Safety: How to Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer

Summer is a time when the sun is high in the sky, kids are playing in fields of grass, and parents are planning their children’s camp getaways. Sending your child off to summer camp can be an exciting time for both you and your young camper, but accidents and illnesses still lurk away from home. … More Summer Camp Safety: How to Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer

Seatback Warning to Parents: Defects Driving Many Companies to Court

Parents — here is information you don’t want to miss. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the safest place to put your child is in the backseat. Unfortunately, safety advocates are calling for policy changes following recent media reports drawing attention to numerous cases where defective seatbacks are causing both the driver … More Seatback Warning to Parents: Defects Driving Many Companies to Court

The ABCs of ATVs

Looking for a little off-road exploration? Now that it’s almost summertime, you might be ready to break out your all terrain-vehicle (ATV). These vehicles are an entertaining way to spend the afternoon, but before you purchase an ATV or hop on one that you have in the garage, it is important to know and understand … More The ABCs of ATVs

National Workaholics Day: Taking Fatigue Seriously

July 5 is the day after late-night fireworks, campfires, and the celebration of our nation’s independence. It is also National Workaholics Day. Today is dedicated to those who love to work and show this love by working around the clock — which may mean they fit in some extra work on Monday instead of watching … More National Workaholics Day: Taking Fatigue Seriously

Daycare Do’s and Don’ts: A Parents’ Guide to Childcare

During the work week, parents rely on daycares to provide their children with the safest care. Sadly, injuries are the leading cause of death and disabilities for young children. Licensed childcare providers have a high degree of responsibility when it comes to keeping children in a safe environment, so when selecting a daycare provider, keep … More Daycare Do’s and Don’ts: A Parents’ Guide to Childcare

Distracted Driving: How New Cars Can Teach Your Teen to Be a Better Driver

Distractions can come in many forms, and for parents of teen drivers, these distractions are both concerning and dangerous. Though parents are still an important part of making teens safe drivers, car companies have begun to provide some assistance. Parental Control The safety advancements made by car companies like Chevy and Ford have put more … More Distracted Driving: How New Cars Can Teach Your Teen to Be a Better Driver