Everything You Need to Know About Highway Etiquette When Passing in the Left Lane

Lane courtesy is just one important piece of highway etiquette that governs the everyday driver’s commute. For as long as we’ve had an interstate, it would seem that passing on the left has been an unwritten rule of the road…that is until some states created actual laws to enforce the practice for the safety of […]

How to Stay Safe Carpooling During COVID-19

With the global impact we’ve all felt from the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be rather tricky to truly know what you can do in order to stay safe in all situations. Like many coronavirus-related scenarios, determining the likelihood of possible infection from driving with friends during COVID-19 or using a rideshare app, such as Uber […]

Tips for Driving on the Highway for the First Time

There’s something freeing about hitting the highway for the first time on your own. You’ve worked hard for this moment—you’ve practiced with friends and family, took driving courses, and learned to parallel park in order to earn your license. Soon, you’ll be cruising the interstate with ease, but right now, you might be a little […]

Five Tips for Car Accident Recovery

No one likes being involved in a car accident. It’s not just the physical risk from a car crash injury that makes a collision so upsetting; the stress of a car accident can carry much further than the few seconds it happened in, leaving a lasting impact on your mind and the body of your […]

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September 8, 2021

How to Be Prepared for Disaster

September is National Preparedness Month, raising awareness for the importance to know what to do in case of emergency. We are participating this year by creating a one-stop guide for everything you need to know about keeping your family safe.   There are four key things to do to have the best safety plan possible:  Make a Plan […]

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September 10, 2021

Documents You Should Always Keep in Your Car

Our cars can carry some of our most precious cargo – children, spouses, parents, pets – but it can also carry so many other things too. Unlike that stale french fry under the driver’s seat and the extra hair band in the center console, there are some things that should always be in your car […]

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August 27, 2021

Car Insurance 102: Car Insurance Myths

Whether you’re shopping for car insurance, a new tv, or a new pair of sneakers, it’s best to know the facts about what you’re buying. We’ve all heard the line that red cars are more expensive to insure, but is that really true? SafeAuto is here to break down some common misconceptions about car insurance.  Myth #1: Men pay […]

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August 2, 2021

We Got You: SafeAuto Giving Away $25,000 in Uber Rides

Labor Day is often considered the celebration of the end of summer. When celebrating any event, alcohol consumption is usually involved. Unfortunately, Labor Day is no different – and considered one of the most dangerous holidays of the year. According to the National Safety Council, during Labor Day weekend, 38% of fatalities involved an alcohol-impaired driver. That’s a […]

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July 19, 2021

Car Insurance Terms You “Auto-Know”

Have you ever tried to read your car insurance policy and stumbled across something that you didn’t understand? You’re not alone. Car insurance lingo can be confusing, which is why SafeAuto is here to help. Here are some commonly used, and sometimes misunderstood, insurance terms and what they really mean.  Comprehensive & Collision Coverage – Comprehensive coverage is coverage for those “freak accidents” that sometimes occur – theft or vandalism […]

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