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You might not have what we usually consider a boat. But if you have kayaks or canoes, you should talk with an independent insurance agent to see if you need insurance or not. Why have this conversation? Because while kayaks and canoes are built to float, they can still sink. READ MORE >>

When a child is old enough to learn to drive, most parents have mixed feelings. While it's exciting to see your child growing up and reaching these milestones, getting behind the wheel of a car is a major responsibility. READ MORE >>

Motorcycling is an exhilarating and economical form of transportation. Unlike a car however, you aren't buckled into a protective metal cage with crumple zones and airbags. This means that motorcycling is less forgiving of mistakes. As with new car drivers, the risk is highest for new motorcyclists. READ MORE >>

For many people, camping season is coming to a close and it's time to think about locking up the camper for the winter season. Before you close that door for good, there's a few things you need to do. Winter can be brutal on RVs, so take an hour or two and be proactive to make sure there's no damage to your camper when the temperature dips down and the cold winds start blowing. READ MORE >>

Nothing gives your home a cozier atmosphere than a cheery fire in the fireplace. However, the fireplace and its chimney have been the cause of many unnecessary home fires. This can be avoided by proper fireplace usage and maintenance. Use a Fireplace Screen READ MORE >>

Halloween is one of the fall season’s most treasured holidays. Kids love to dress up, get together with friends, and go door-to-door in search of the biggest and best goodies.  If your neighborhood tends to be teeming with little ghosts, goblins, superheroes and princesses, you’ll want to be sure your yard and stoop are safe and welcoming. READ MORE >>

Despite the fact that Halloween in East Texas involves walking around at night amongst ghouls and witches, it really only takes a little common sense to make the night safe for everyone. Here are five questions to ask so your entire family, even pets, can enjoy a safe and fun evening of trick-or-treating or handing out candy to others: READ MORE >>

Even the biggest RVs have very limited storage space, especially when traveling with a big family. But a little bit of organization goes a long way toward making a small space more comfortable. Below are some tips and tricks we've acquired to assist you with organizing your RV. READ MORE >>

Have a minor fender bender? Parking lot scrape? Just need to obtain the other persons insurance information, etc? Use your cell phone camera! Just take a photo of the other persons insurance ID card, their drivers license, damage to their car, license plate, and how the cars are positioned, if they haven't been moved. READ MORE >>

Autumn is just around the corner, and for many people that means renting a vehicle. When you're at the rental car company and offer you different levels of insurance, you, like most people, probably agree to it. Better safe than sorry, right? You may be wasting your money, so look into your existing coverage before you get there. READ MORE >>

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