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  • What You Should Know About Motorcycle Crashes

    What You Should Know About Motorcycle Crashes
    It should come as no surprise that motorcycle crashes tend to be more severe than car crashes. While there are a number of measures motorcyclists can ...
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  • Motorcyclists: Dress For the Slide, Not the Ride

    Motorcyclists: Dress For the Slide, Not the Ride
    It is no secret that motorcycle crashes often are deadly. Nearly 80% of all American motorcycle crashes (4-in-5) cause injury or death. While these ...
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  • Should You Get Higher Limits On Your Car Insurance Policy?

    Should You Get Higher Limits On Your Car Insurance Policy?
    Before the age of online convenience, most people met with a broker before purchasing any kind of insurance policy. One of the roles the broker filled ...
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  • The Truth About Elderly Drivers

    The Truth About Elderly Drivers
    It is a longstanding stereotype that elderly drivers are more likely to be involved in a crash. While that may be the public perception, determining ...
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  • The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

    The Dangers of Drowsy Driving
    If you are ever out for the evening and find that you are struggling to keep your eyes open, getting behind the wheel to drive home could be a huge ...
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  • Yes, Cannabis Makes You Unsafe To Drive

    Yes, Cannabis Makes You Unsafe To Drive
    It is a common and dangerous myth that cannabis use does not impact driving ability. This claim is, of course, false. Still, it brings an important ...
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  • Staying Safe While Driving On Wet Roads

    Things You Should Remember When Driving On Wet Roads As many California drivers know, with the spring often comes wet weather. Across the nation, wet ...
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  • Is Lane-Splitting Safe?

    Is Lane-Splitting Safe?
    If you’ve found yourself in California traffic, you’ve likely seen a motorcyclist driving between you and the car in the lane next to you. This is ...
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