If you’re shopping for a new car in 2020, you’ve got options – lots of ‘em. So how do you make the right choice?
Good news: The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is here to help with their latest TOP SAFETY PICK awards.
Read on to see what some of the criteria is for their decisions and see what cars get the IIHS top pick!
Valentine's Day is in two days! We hope you have your reservations made, presents purchased and cards picked out. But what about a date!? We are here to help with some pick up lines you can use to impress the perfect partner for your Valentine's Day activities!
So read on, but remember...with great power comes great responsibility! Use these pick-up lines responsibly.
Winter weather is coming, despite the misleading 60 degree days in January, temperatures are dipping and the rain is turning to snow. Looking outside and seeing snow-covered roads can make the decision to stay in bed a lot more tempting. We all know winter weather can get you in a rut – but there are plenty of ways to liven up when you’ve got cabin fever.
One of the best ways to beat the boredom and stay active is to get outside. So, don’t curse the weather… bundle up and enjoy it! Here are some outside winter fitness ideas to try. Ready to break a sweat? Check out this list.
Your engagement ring is more than just a piece of jewelry. It’s a reminder that you’ve found your person and you’re ready to build a life together.
But on the practical side, an engagement ring is a big financial investment. Even if you’re careful, life has a way of serving up surprises. Your ring could slide down the kitchen sink while washing dishes… get swept away in the waves at the beach… get stolen… or even be eaten by the family dog. (Trust us – we’ve seen it all.)
Here’s the good news: Personal valuables insurance from Erie Insurance is designed to protect those expensive, hard-to-replace items like your engagement ring.
To get a quote for your ring, contact Baker Insurance. For answers to common questions about engagement ring insurance, keep reading.
Broken light fixtures, dented drywall, syrup-coated appliances—these are classic examples of holiday magic gone wrong. With the season in full swing, more and more homeowners are waking up each morning to a new dose of destruction brought by a well-intentioned but sometimes overzealous houseguest: the Elf on the Shelf.
What began in 2005 as a client reconnaissance operation for Santa Claus—elves sent from the North Pole to monitor children’s behavior for Naughty or Nice List consideration—is now wreaking havoc on an increasing number of households around the globe. Santa employed more than 11 million scout elves as of 2017, and experts say the current elf workforce could easily be double that figure, with independent entrepreneur elves and a new wave of elf babies joining the ranks.