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Before the winter season finally hits Long Island, get your car ready for the hazardous winter conditions heading our side streets, highways and expressways. We’re happy to share our top tips to winterize your car. Tips to winterize your car READ MORE >>

Halloween on Long Island means massive groups of children, dressed in costumes only kids really understand, collecting candy from neighbors no one talks to all through the year. Oh, and it usually happens well into the evening after darkness sets in. So, how do we keep our kids safe on Halloween? READ MORE >>

Considering switching over to Nationwide Auto Insurance? Are you a new driver and shopping around for the right car insurance? Do you have Nationwide already as a SmartRide® customer? Have an existing policy and have a teen driver on your policy, or maybe you’re a customer with roadside assistance on your policy? READ MORE >>

Parents of teens understand the need for their kids to have their own car. Especially if the kid hitting driving age is the oldest, and can help out with some of the transporting of younger siblings! Sometimes kids buy their own first car, and sometimes parents generously offer to buy the first car for their new teen driver. READ MORE >>

Don’t own your home? Renting a house, or an apartment, or even a room in someone’s house? You still need to protect your belongings. Unless you don’t have anything you feel is worth protecting, of course. READ MORE >>

Car insurance is always expensive for young drivers. Insurance companies consider anyone 25 years of age and younger as a “risk”. Why? Simple answer: insurance companies look at statistics and not the individual when it comes to charging car insurance rates for teens just starting to drive until they turn 26 years old. READ MORE >>

Long Island’s starting to cool off. Of course, we all know we’ll have a heat wave every couple of weeks until December when the snow comes. Even with all the ups and downs our climate has these days, we still have to prep our homes for those two weeks of autumn we get between now and December. READ MORE >>

We all think of Labor Day as the end of summer. Kids return to school (at least kids attending Long Island schools go back after Labor Day). Many people aren’t even aware of what the day is truly about. In honor of this day, we’re sharing fast facts about Labor Day. READ MORE >>

Summer heat usually means all the windows in the house stay closed for a few months so the air conditioning can do its thing and cool down the home. Keep the humidity outside, where it belongs. However, summer always transitions to cooler nights and eventually cooler days, allowing home owner’s the opportunity to enjoy some fresh air with wide open windows. READ MORE >>

You may not realize it, but even kids heading back to high school and middle school may need a little extra insurance coverage. These days, most kids heading to school have electronics. Laptops. Tablets. Smartphones. We’re not saying EVERY kid returning to school has electronics you need to worry about, but let’s face it, most do. READ MORE >>

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