An air pressure check can help you to be ready for springtime weather changes

Car tires on winter road air pressure check

When spring comes along, it’s easy to think that the worst driving is over, but this season is unpredictable. Sometimes, it’s the little things that make a big difference, just as an air pressure check to your tires can have a very big impact on your ability to control your vehicle even throughout the rapid changes in temperature and road conditions in the springtime. We may think of mild weather, light showers and singing birds, but weather fluctuates a lot in springtime. As winter begins to warm up, the snow,…

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Insurance companies and drivers both benefit potholes are avoided

Allstate Insurance company

In that light, Allstate has published a line of tips to help policyholders to circumvent vehicle damage. In many areas of the country, this has been one of the worst winters in recent memory, and as warmer temperatures finally start to look as though they are coming back, insurance companies, such as Allstate, have been providing drivers with reminders of the various ways in which they can avoid damage from the inevitable development of potholes on the roads. As though the ice and blowing snow weren’t enough this year, drivers…

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How to avoid accidents in bad weather conditions

Your ability to avoid accidents in bad weather conditions really depends on what you consider to be bad weather. For most of us it would be high winds, heavy rain, fog, snow, frost and most other winter weather. But for some, particularly hay fever sufferers, the spring and summer is arguably worse. High pollen counts can mean long sneezing fits, which can be a huge hazard if you are driving at the time. The summer sun can be pretty dangerous too; sometimes the sun temporarily blinds drivers and causes them…

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Tips for drivers to make their holiday travels safer

Data released by AAA has shown that this year, millions of Americans intend to drive to their family holiday celebrations, instead of flying. Alone, the week of Thanksgiving will place an estimated 38.2 million drivers on the roads. That represents about 90 percent of the total 42.5 million Americans who intend to travel this week. The addition of snow and ice to the driving surface can make conditions rather risky. In this light, motorists are reminded to be mindful of the dangers of winter driving, and have offered some suggestions…

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Now is the time to prepare cars for safe winter driving for auto insurance savings

The winter driving season can be a dangerous one and the increased odds of an accident due to the driving conditions can negatively affect the premiums that are paid for car insurance. According to Tammy Ezer InsuranceHotline.com, “Proper preparation for winter weather and road conditions reduces the risk of an accident and may also earn you a better insurance rate,” so it therefore makes sense to put a little bit of time and money into those preparations in order to save a great deal more of it overall. There are…

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