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48 spring break insurance considerations and safety tips

  Mar 15, 2016 | By Jayleen R. Heft, PropertyCasualty360.com Spring break is a great time for families and students to relax and unwind from the stresses of school and home life. As millions of adults and kids embark on trips across the globe to celebrate the return of spring after a long, cold winter,

Keeping Your Teen Safe On The Road When Going Back to School

Safe Driving Tips Even though school is not quite in session, the first day is getting closer and closer. If your teenager got their license over the summer vacation, you may be a little nervous about them driving to school alone. Share these back to school safe driving tips with them to ensure that they

4 Safety Tips for Graduates

Congratulations!  Your child graduated, and is ready to take on the world, and start their journey of life.  Graduation is a time for students and families to celebrate, but this is also a time to worry.  Graduates often want to celebrate their success which is great, but there are many different things that can transpire

Night Driving Tips to Remember

Night driving offers many potential dangers and hazards because the low light makes it difficult to see clearly. Follow these safe driving tips for driving at night to help you stay safe even when it’s dark. Use the Light Right Ensure your headlights are correctly aligned. Misaligned headlights not only make it harder for you

Stay Safe in the Rainy Weather and While Driving Through Mountains

Changes in driving conditions can have a cataclysmic effect on your defensive driving techniques.  We at Agape Brokers Insurance Agency are invested in your safety.  We would like to offer you these safe driving tips for driving in the rain or driving in the mountains (sometimes simultaneously). Allow for extra travel time if you expect

Common Driving Distractions You Need to Stop, NOW!

When it comes to driving, distractions are everywhere. Thanks in part to the rise of personal technology, drivers now have to make a concerted effort to avoid these distractions while keeping their attentions on the road ahead. The California Department of Motor Vehicles has identified a number of common driving distractions as well as safe