Well, maybe not genius, but they are good tips anyway!
It’s the time of year where countless Americans brave the unpredictable elements and hit the road to visit their families and friends for the Christmas season. In Perry Como’s immortal voice:
Many of us find that we are behind the times as technology advances at a break-neck pace. Who can keep up with all of the new electronics hitting the market month after month? While a lot of the new tech is geared towards leisure time, there are some pretty great car safety devices and gadgets that your young driver might appreciate down the road.
It was a chilly but sunny day on the cusp of Veteran’s Day when I met with one of our newest employees, Stephanie Devine. We each only had a small amount of time we could devote to the interview as our schedules for the day were pretty cramped. None the less, she humored me with a sit down.
It’s finally fall, y’all, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. That means a fridge full of turkey and leftovers! But before the season of eating begins, here are three things you should avoid to keep your family safe and happy.
We had a lot of fun this Halloween with a costume contest for historical figures, movie characters, and Hollywood icons. Some of the office fun was when we had a new ’employee’ come in for their first day! You can check out the antics here in our YouTube video:
There’s one piece of wisdom we’d like to share with all you teenage and twenty-something drivers: It can wait.
What’s happening on your phone is not more important than the happenings while driving.
As an AgWorkers policy member, we know you’re a good driver—by virtue of your membership you are one of the safest automobile drivers in this state. But no matter how safe of a driver you may be, the unfortunate reality is you will likely be in an accident at some point in your life— even if you’re not at fault.
With autumn upon us, cooler weather is around the corner! (Thank goodness!!) With the cooler weather comes the overabundance of pumpkin-flavored this and that… and backyard campfires! (can you say “‘smores”?!)