How to Prepare your Home for a Hurricane

Hurricanes and tropical storms are deadly forces that can have catastrophic consequences. This guide will provide you with the information need to cover your bases and protect your family and home in the event of a storm. Are you prepared? Board windows – windows are one of the most vulnerable parts of your home. Protect […]

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Family First: Hurricane Plans for You & Your Loved Ones

Atlantic hurricane season is officially here. From June 1st to November 30th the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration predicts that there will be more named storms than historical averages in 2017. If you haven’t already done your hurricane prep work, it's time to get started!  AAA Insurance can guide you through the proper steps to protect […]

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Hurricane Preparation: What to Do Before & During the Storm

When natural disasters like hurricanes strike, people often feel powerless. But if you’re armed with knowledge ahead of time, you’ll be fully prepared before, during and after the storm.   Before: Plan your family’s evacuation route and have an emergency plan. Having a plan is the first step to staying safe. Determine where you will go and […]

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Hurricane Evacuation Routes and Safe Driving Tips

  Driving Tips Before Driving: Do not drive in rainy weather and high winds if you don’t have to. Check your tires (including your spare) to make sure they have plenty of tread and are properly inflated. Before the storm hits, fill up your gas tank and check all fluid levels. Make sure the windshield […]

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A Quick Hurricane Inventory Checklist to Protect Your Property

With oncoming severe weather, part of being prepared for storm damage is making an inventory checklist. Whether you rent or own your home, an inventory list can help you make a claim and get it settled faster in the event of damage to your property.   Most important: Be safe. If you’re in an area […]

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Dashboard Warning Lights and What They Mean 

Dashboard warning lights can serve as a reminder when to service your car or may indicate a bigger problem. Since not all manufacturers use universal images, it’s important to check your owner’s manual for details. These are the most common dashboard warning lights: Check Engine Light — This can light up for a few different […]

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4 Healthy Habits for Your Car

Just like your body, your car needs proper care to function properly and efficiently. If you begin healthy car habits early, you’ll likely get into a good routine. Whether you’re driving a new car or an older one, here are the top four things you should be doing to make sure your vehicle stays in […]

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Used Car Myth Busters

Between private sellers and dealerships, finding a reliable used vehicle isn’t always easy. To help you navigate the marketplace, we’ve debunked three of the biggest myths about buying pre-owned vehicles. Myth #1: All extended warranties are scams. When you’re putting a big investment into buying a vehicle you should want to protect it. While extended […]

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