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Let's imagine a hurricane is approaching our area. These are some insurance related items you may want to consider as you prepare for the storm. ·         Find your insurance policies (automobile, homeowners, flood, boat, commercial, etc.). READ MORE >>

It is the time for your teenager to get a car. How do you know which vehicle to purchase? Take a look at the website for the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (www.iihs.org) and type in “best vehicle for your teen”. 83% of parents buy their teen a used car. READ MORE >>

Whether you are planning a big vacation or just taking a short day-trip, it is important to be aware of the dangerous that the beach can present and to be prepared so that you and your family can spend the day feeling safe and happy. Look over these great safety tips the next time you are planning on having some fun in the sun! READ MORE >>

Break-ins can happen to anyone at any time. They often leave you and your family feeling angry, violated, confused, and worried. In 2016 alone, almost 8 million homes reported a property related crime. Apartments can be especially dangerous given the close proximity to many strangers. READ MORE >>

If there is a possibility of a hurricane in your area, follow these tips for pre-hurricane safety. ·         Always attempt to evacuate if suggested. Know your evacuation routs ahead of time. ·         Pay close attention to local news. READ MORE >>

·         Check blind spots- Motorcycles are small and can often be difficult to spot. Make sure to fully check you blind spot before merging, as motorcycles can be hidden by even the smallest of gaps in visibility. READ MORE >>

  It is still rather warm in the Charleston SC area and folks are still out in their boats. Here are some safety reminders and tips for safe boating: ·         Know the federal, state, and local laws and regulations for South Carolina waters. READ MORE >>

The deer hunting season has returned to the South Carolina Low Country with the opening day being August 15. The season in other parts of the state opens in a few weeks. Each year, several hunters in South Carolina are accidentally shot by other hunters. Some are merely wounded and, sadly, some are killed. READ MORE >>

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