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What to Do If You’re About to Hit a Deer

When a deer unexpectedly appears on a roadway, you have seconds to react. Here’s what you can do.

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Why Fall Is the Worst Time of the Year for Deer Collisions

There are more collisions between deer and motorists during the fall than any other time of year. Find out why (and get tips on how to drive safely).

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4 of the Most Dangerous Drives in the U.S.

With their hairpin turns, non-existent shoulders, and steep drop-offs, these 4 dangerous drives should come with their own white-knuckle alert.

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Home safety

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6 Tips for Winterizing Your Home While You’re on Vacation 

Empty houses and freezing temps can be a recipe for costly damages. Here are 6 things you should do to prep your home before you leave it unattended in the cold weather.

Safe and smart | Home safety

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5 Simple Ways to Be a Good Neighbor

They’re there to sign for your packages and grab your mail. Here are 5 easy ways to be a good neighbor.

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6 Ways to Keep Ticks Out of Your Yard

If you live in an area where deer ticks roam, follow these 6 simple steps for creating a “tick-free zone” around your home.

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Financial safety

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How to Protect Your Finances After the Equifax Breach

If your info was compromised in the Equifax breach, you may want to do more than a credit report freeze. Check out your options.

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Don’t Get Suckered By These 5 Car Dealership Scams

Worried you might be getting caught up in a car dealership scam? Here are 5 common cons to avoid.

Safe and smart | Financial safety | Uncategorized

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Financial 911: Why You Need an Emergency Fund (and How to Build One)

Stats show that more than 60 percent of Americans couldn’t cover an unexpected expense of around $1,000. Would you be prepared if it happened to you? Find out how to save for a rainy day.

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