Spring is finally here. Which, in many places—like Mobile, Ala., and Hilo, Hawaii, two of the rainiest cities in the country—can mean more frequent encounters with wet or slick roads. Knowing how to prevent hydroplaning (when you lose traction and skid on wet roads)—and react if you do skid—can help you stay safe on the roads this season.
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With Super Bowl XLV just days away, many of us have football on the brain. So while you’re analyzing whether the Packers or the Steelers have the upper hand, here’s a little food for thought:
Just as having a solid defensive strategy can help teams get to the Super Bowl—in fact, some say it wins championships—it can also help you stay safe when you’re behind the wheel.
With Halloween coming up, you’ve probably already chatted with your kids about their costumes. What’s fun, what’s “in,” what’s warm … maybe even what’ll help them stand out—and stay safe—on the sidewalks.
Protect your family and your home this winter by following these tips when you use your fireplace: