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State of Driving: Kentucky

Craig Guillot
The Commonwealth of Kentucky is most known for horse racing, whiskey and tobacco. But it's also a land of natural beauty with more navigable miles of water than every other state in the union except for Alaska. Whether on the bustling... Continue

Haunted Houses & Creepy Roads

Johnna Kaplan
America is full of places—homes, hotels, roads, and even whole towns—that have a reputation for being mysterious, frightening, or just downright creepy. Some of these spots are associated with tragic events or curious legends from... Continue

11 Tips for Finding a Trustworthy Auto Mechanic

Sarita Harbour
Though many Americans depend on a safe and reliable vehicle to get around, it's also a big investment. And, while maintaining your vehicle with regular servicing and tune-ups can go a long way to extending its life, finding an auto... Continue

How to Avoid the Most Common Auto Insurance Claims

Eric Rosenberg
While no one wants to have an accident, they do happen on occasion. That's why we call them accidents, after all. Auto insurance is an important part of protecting yourself and your assets. The rates you pay are based, in part, on your... Continue

Driving in Fog, Dust Storms, and Sandstorms

Alexandra Macqueen, CFP
Driving risk takes many forms, and the loss of visibility poses a serious one. Impaired visibility while driving can have two meanings: Your ability to see out your car's windows and/or the ability of other drivers to see you, is... Continue

How to Avoid Vehicle Flood Damage

Nancy Mann Jackson
When you see TV newscasts from flooded areas, you'll almost always see images of vehicles half-covered with water. Flood damage is rarely expected but can be very detrimental to a vehicle. Vehicles that have been even partially submerged... Continue