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Octagons are used exclusively for stop signs Triangles with the point down are used for yield signs. Tall rectangles (longer vertically) denote regulations, like speed limits. Wide rectangles (longer horizontally) are used for route guidance (one-way streets, for example). READ MORE >>

If you plan on traveling to Canada, be sure to contact your auto insurance agent for your Canadian ID card, also known as Non-Resident Inter-Province Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Card. This card provides proof that your auto insurance company will provide coverage of no less than the minimum legal requirement in any Canadian jurisdiction where you travel. READ MORE >>

Each week we field many calls and questions regarding how a policy will respond to different situations. This week’s question involved a neighbor’s tree that falls in your yard, whose insurance policy pays for this? A good rule of thumb to remember is that you are responsible for what is in your yard. READ MORE >>

Do’s and Don’ts for Designated Drivers* Ready for a picnic this Memorial Day? We are, too! But, before you start to party hardy, remember to be safe. Pick a designated driver. And, if you’re it, follow these tips to keep you—and your passengers—safe. Do it for real READ MORE >>

The League of American Bicyclists is promoting Bike-to-Work Week 2010 from May 17th-21st and Bike-to-Work Day on Friday May 21st. As children we remember the first time we ventured out on our bikes without our training wheels. The bumps, bruises, and occasional broken bones from a wipe-out. READ MORE >>

I love chocolate! Especially Peanut M&Ms. I love the taste, it makes me happy, and it’s a pick-me-up. But what I also love is that it helps my heart. We’ve all heard the benefits of eating dark chocolate; lowers blood pressure and reduces our bad cholesterol. READ MORE >>

The northeast has been enjoying stellar weather that is more like early summer than early spring. There is nothing more relaxing (at least in my view) than taking a leisurely bike ride on a country road or bike trail. But before you take to the roads or trail here is some good advice. Safe bike riding READ MORE >>

More and more business are using cubicles to maximize space and cost. The cubicle has become part of the configuration most businesses use, and manager’s are now finding themselves in cubicles as well. We need to remember to respect each other’s space and to be aware that we really don’t have 4-walls for privacy. READ MORE >>

March is National Kidney Month and March 11 is World Kidney Day. You want your kidneys to last you a lifetime, don’t you? So show some love for your hard-working kidneys by adopting the National Kidney Foundation’s 10-step program for protecting kidney health. Begin with monitoring blood pressure and READ MORE >>

Baby safety expert Debra Holtzman offers this advice to keep your home safe for little ones. Install smoke alarms on every level of your home and in every sleeping area. Purchase battery-operated carbon monoxide alarms or plug-in alarms with batter back-up. Set your water heater to no higher than 120F. READ MORE >>

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