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  1. Washington Home Insurance for Wet Weather Blues

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    While a long overdue burst of rain may be great for trees and lawns, it doesn’t always bode well for homes. Weeks or months of wet weather may not only result in wet weather blues, it may leave your Washington home a little worse for wear. Home insurance may cover you for water related damage around the home; however it’s important to understand just what is and isn’t covered.

  2. Safety Precautions for Driving at Night

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    With the end of summer in Washington the nights start to draw in and
    before we know it daylight savings will be here again which means that
    chances are, if you commute to work regularly, you will be doing at
    least one of your trips in the dark. Driving at night can be riskier
    than driving in daylight and neglecting to take safety precautions could
    potentially lead to an accident and a car insurance claim.

  3. How Employers can Discourage Distracted Driving

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    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA),
    over 3,000 people were killed in the US in 2010 from distracted
    driving, mainly text messaging. In a recent article in the Washington
    Examiner, Transportation secretary Ray La Hood called for employers to
    implement policies discouraging employees from driving while distracted.
    Encouraging your staff members to drive more responsibly can not only
    help keep everyone safer, it could even lead to lower car insurance
    costs for your business.

  4. Pool Safety for Summer

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    It’s the height of summer now in Washington – time for the whole family
    to enjoy the sun, time outdoors and all the things that make for great
    vacation time. However, every year, we hear of children drowning in
    backyard swimming pools and somehow, the message can’t be getting
    through about pool safety, because those stories are still appearing on
    the evening news. A pool should be something fun, but it can be a
    serious safety risk if proper precautions aren’t taken, and that can
    impact your home insurance.

  5. Storm Proofing your Roof in Washington

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    Summer is traditionally a time for severe storms and heavy rain. The
    strong winds that often accompany stormy weather can significantly
    damage parts of your home, particularly your roof. Roof damage may lead
    to other long term problems for your home and a claim for repairs on
    your home insurance. Help keep your home safe and your insurance
    premiums lower by taking steps to storm proof your roof.

  6. Packing up Your Car for a Vacation

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    Are you planning a long vacation or road trip this summer? When you are
    traveling with a family, particularly if you are going away for a long
    time it can be difficult to fit everything in your car. How you pack
    your car can have implications for your comfort, convenience and even
    your safety while you are on the road. Pack your car
    safely for a smoother and less stressful trip and possibly even avoid
    having a collision and a claim on your Washington car insurance as a
    result.

  7. Essentials for Your Home Tool Kit

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    Although you may not be handyman material, having the knowledge and
    equipment to fix small things around the home can save you money on
    repair costs, and potentially help to prevent a little problem becoming a
    major issue and a claim on your Washington home insurance.
    Keeping a tool kit handy around the house means that you will have the
    implements you need to attend to little problems here and there, so you
    won’t be able to make excuses.

  8. How Often Should you Check your Mirrors?

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    Driving is one of those tasks that require focusing on multiple things
    at one time. With so much to think about, particularly if you are
    driving in heavy traffic or challenging weather conditions, it can be
    easy to forget to check your mirrors. Being aware of what is happening
    on the road around you is one of the best ways to avoid having an
    accident and being a more aware driver could even help you keep your Washington car insurance costs lower.

  9. Exercise Regularly and See the Benefits!

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    Do you exercise regularly? When it comes to your health, it is important to monitor it to make sure there aren’t any problems. You never know when the unexpected may strike. In order to prepare for the worst, you need Washington Life Insurance for your family’s future.

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