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We have all seen it, and probably done it at one point. Whether it was answering that text, making that phone call, searching for a song to play, or reaching into the backseat to grab something, it qualifies as distracted driving. Though it may take our eyes off the road for only a moment, a moment is all it takes for the unthinkable to happen.
Spring has arrived and we all know that means it’s time to get our spring cleaning checklist out. Taking care of some routine maintenance in exterior areas around your home that may have been affected by winter weather can help identify problem spots and get you prepared for the next rotation of seasons.
According to the Society for Human Resource Management, approximately 9 percent of U.S. employers allow their employees to bring their dogs to work every day. With this trend on the rise, many employers are wondering if allowing dogs into their workplace is right for them.
Too many homeowners believe spring maintenance is all about the cleaning. Sure, spring cleaning comprises a big chunk of any spring home maintenance schedule, but maintenance aimed at various structures, appliances, and systems within the home is, arguably, just as important.
“Greater awareness of how trucks and cars can safely share the road is one of the most important, but often overlooked factors that can help reduce the number of crashes,” said David Golden, assistant vice president, commercial lines for Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) in a statement. “Car drivers can inadvertently create hazardous conditions for trucks.”
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