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As the leaves turn, take advantage of a nice autumnal day and prepare your summer toys for cold-weather storage. Remember, if you store an vehicles over the winter, you may be able to reduce your coverage to comprehensive coverage only and then reinstate full coverage in the spring. Check with your insurance agent to see if this is an option for you. Prepare your car for cold weather. Winter can mean less-than-ideal driving conditions, so: ❏


WI Requires Smoke Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Detectors be installed by Homeowners to Help Save Lives Since October is National Fire Prevention Month families will be performing home fire drills and testing smoke alarms to ensure they work properly. At the same time, they should also be testing their carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. Many people may not be aware that both smoke detectors and CO detectors are required by the State of Wisconsin. According to


Ever wonder when talking with agents what some of those terms mean or why they are suggesting certain types of insurance for you? We now offer on our website an easy to follow - "jargon-free" way to learn the terms and why you need the coverages your agent is suggesting. Look for Clickable Coverage on the right side of the footer of our website: or go to: Explore the different types of


In north central Wisconsin, summer is a great season for road trips, but have you ever considered the toll summer heat can have on your car during a long drive? The same is true of motorcycles and boats — a few cracked hoses can mean an end to the summer fun. Below are a few summer maintenance tips for cars, motorcycles and boats. Summer maintenance for your car Check your tires. In hot weather, misaligned or improperly


Summer has finally arrived.  We are all out enjoying the weather usually with our kids and/or pets in tow. Did you know:  Heatstroke occurs when a person’s temperature exceeds 104 degrees F and their thermoregulatory mechanism is overwhelmed. Symptoms include:  dizziness, disorientation, agitation, confusion, sluggishness, seizure, hot dry skin that is flushed but not sweaty, loss of consciousness, rapid heart beat, hallucinations. A core body temperature of 107 degrees F or greater can be lethal as cells are damaged