Shopping at local businesses results in a heartier local economy and job creation, shopping small also bolsters community involvement and support for nonprofits. As consumers our actions matter more now than ever, vote with your wallet to support independent, locally-owned businesses.
Accidents can happen quickly, and it can be hard to remember everything you should do after one occurs. Here are the first 7 things to do if you are involved in an accident.
One of the most infuriating things that can happen to a car owner is one of the most common forms of larceny in the U.S., the “smash-and-grab” car break-in. These thieves don’t even steal your whole car, just the valuable items in it – which you then have to painstakingly replace while dealing with the arduous and costly car-repair process.
As the deer populations grow and urban habitats continue to encroach upon rural environments, there has been an increase in deer-car collisions—over half a million a year, with a significant number of fatalities. D.F. Dwyer Insurance suggests these 10 Deer-Defensive Driving Tips.
Travel Insurance can provide you with peace of mind and enable you to make plans and travel with confidence.
Dwyer Insurance provides 7 Road Trip Tips to help you to enjoy your travel and make some lasting memories along the way.
Tip 3. Search Smart & Save. Use the search term “search adjacent days or airports” to find the best deals. By selecting airports in less demand you may also save on related expenses such as parking, taxis, rental cars and nearby hotels. (BONUS Tip: Smaller airports have fewer flights and typically fewer delays!)
Wherever you go, there you are. Whether you’re flying to a distant destination, casting off on the water, riding the rails across country or hitting the highways for a road trip, your hard-earned vacation should be carefree not packed with the baggage of worry and stress. Read on about the four types of travel insurance that can protect you, your family and your peace of mind while traveling.
The Thanksgiving Holiday is known to be the busiest travel time of the year with notorious transportation delays, traffic and travel snags. With a bit of foresight and some planning, you may ease some travel headaches whether you’re heading home for the holidays or escaping for a drama-free adventure. Regardless of your plans, you’ll be thankful for these holiday travel tips.