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If you're a pet owner who is hitting the highway for a road trip, chances are that your pet is coming along for the ride. Pets can be fun co-pilots, and taking a few extra steps before and during your trip can ensure that everyone has a safe, fun drive!
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Do you have a plan in place for hurricane season? Don't know where to start?
This guide from Heritage Insurance has important information about preparing your home and your family for hurricanes, and what to do in case you are affected. Click below to download a free copy of the guide.
What's wrong with this picture? There's no fence around the pool!
This such as fences, life jackets, and first aid kits can reduce the risks that come with taking a dip. Whether you are in your own backyard pool, canoeing down a river or deep sea fishing, safety should always come first. Check out the download below for a list of simple steps you can take to improve water safety.
Also, check out www.safeboatingcampaign.com/about for additional water safety help.
Every rider appreciates a smooth highway when they hit the road, but unfortunately we have to deal with the inconvenience of road construction to improve driving conditions. For motorcyclists, road construction can create especially hazardous situations. To stay safe in those construction zones during your next ride, follow these bike safety tips:
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On a cool evening, gathering around a fire in your back yard can be a fun activity, but making sure that you’re using your fire pit safely can mean the difference between an enjoyable night and a dangerous situation. Follow these tips to help stay safe:
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If you’re getting ready to hit the road on a trip in your RV, chances are that you’ll engage in some pre-trip maintenance to make sure you’re ready to go. To help prevent the possibility of potentially dangerous blowouts and safely get off the road in case a blowout does occur, follow these helpful tips.
The Challender Insurance Agency recognizes the huge impact teachers have on our children’s lives every day. We want to help keep great teachers in the classroom by illuminating the value of these wonderful educators and showing support for those giving 110%.
We all know an educator who has gone above and beyond or has left a lasting impression on us by all the good that they do. Now is our chance to give back to them in a small way.
Recognize your Favorite Educators on our Facebook page and we will feature a new deserving teacher every day in the month of May!
Tell us their Name, the School where they teach, which Grade, and why they are your Favorite Educator, + a Picture so we can feature them on our page.
Still feel like doing more? Us too! We will be conducting a school supplies collection box all April long! Simply drop off a few of your everyday school supplies to the box at our office. At the end of the month, we will divide all the items up and deliver them to our local educators in need!
To help kickstart the donations, Challender Insurance Agency will give the first $100 in supplies. Thank you so much for participating in our Teacher Appreciation Month and in helping show all our educators how much we value and need them!
(Please only nominate those who give permission to be posted publicly.)
Publish Date: 2/25/2022
Whether your vehicle is a small economy car or a large SUV, everyone can benefit from improving their fuel economy. If you’re concerned with saving the environment by reducing the amount of fuel you use or just want to make filling up your tank a bit easier on your wallet, read on to learn more about some simple ways to save money on gas and improve your gas mileage.
Before You Hit the Road:
Whether you’re headed on a long trip or just your daily commute, keep your vehicle protected on the road with the right insurance coverage. If you have questions about your current coverage or want to know how to get additional protection to help you feel safe, reach out to your local agent. They’re here to help you get answers to all of your insurance-related questions.