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Before you take the plunge to purchase a new car, you may want to consider an important factor when it comes to safety-color. A recent study by the University of Auckland in New Zealand found that silver cars are involved in far fewer crashes than cars of other colors. Why? Researchers suggest silver cars are READ MORE >>

Fires cause an estimated 3,500 deaths and nearly $4 billion in property damage in the United States. By taking a few precautions, you can prevent your home and family from a devastating blaze. Home Heater Safety Keep flammables, such as drapes and furniture, away from space and portable heaters. READ MORE >>

PennDOT and The Weimer Group recommends that all drivers remove ice and snow from their vehicles before heading out on the roadways. If ice and snow dislodge from a person’s vehicle and strike another vehicle or pedestrian, causing death or serious bodily injury, the driver could be fined up to $1000 per offense. READ MORE >>

During the winter months, keeping toasty warm is more than just a matter of comfort—when you’re outdoors, it can be a matter of life or death. Watch out for these two hazards of freezing weather: Frostbite. Freezing of body tissues can cause permanent loss of feeling and movement in affected areas and may require amputation of the affected limb. READ MORE >>

Some of the most creative thinking in the workplace comes from the desire to avoid saying what we really mean. Check out these innovative (and humorous) euphemisms for typical workplace antics: Blamestorm: A discussion centered around finding an excuse—or a scapegoat—for failure. READ MORE >>

The Weimer Group wishes you a Happy and Healthy New Year. Make sure your safe during this time of year when festivities and the roads become busy. Overall, in 2007, 12,998 were killed by drunk drivers with a BAC (blood alcohol content) of .08 or greater. On average someone is killed by a drunk driver every 40 minutes. READ MORE >>

Did you know on average, a candle fire in the home is reported to a US fire department every 30 minutes. Roughly two-fifths of home candle fires started in the bedroom. More than half of all candle fires start when things that can burn are too close to the candle. Never leave a child alone in a room with a burning candle. READ MORE >>

The Car Care Council warns that the majority of engine wear occurs during and right after cold starting your car. When the engine is left to rest overnight, oil seeps away from vital parts, leaving them vulnerable to damage. During cold weather, oil thickens and takes longer to reach the entire engine. READ MORE >>

Heating your home in the winter months shouldn’t be dangerous. But accidents with space heaters can cause disaster. Avoid becoming another grim statistic with these precautions: Buy a reliable heater. Look for the label stating that your space heater has been approved by an independent testing laboratory and meets safety standards. READ MORE >>

Better health and longer life spans, paired with a precarious economy, mean older Americans (55+) will represent most of the growth in the U.S. job market for the next few years, according to the Pew Research Center. READ MORE >>

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