vehicle safety

Personal Injury – Motor Vehicle Accidents

Imagine driving on the highway, it’s a nice sunny day, you have the windows down and you’re listening to your favorite radio station. Out of nowhere another car hits you. You’ve never been in this predicament before and now …

Collision Coverage. Probably a Good Idea.

So you were involved in an accident and you need to have your vehicle repaired. Where do you begin?

Depending on the coverages you have on your own policy, you may be able to go through your own policy to …

Hazardous Winter Conditions

Injuries happen more frequently in the winter due to seasonal weather conditions. With the irregular weather we have been experiencing, it’s important to prepare for various weather situations. Our winters have been getting shorter and warmer with sporadic snowfall …

National Safety Month: Part 1

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there are roughly 29.3 million emergency room visits in the United States every year due to unintentional injuries. Since June is National Safety Month, we are encouraging everyone to do …

Winter Driving: What to Check Before Hitting the Road

Taking proper care of your vehicle is the first step in ensuring safety on the road this winter. Getting a tune-up, changing fluids, and replacing any old parts can make all the difference when it comes to staying safe …

September Recall: Hyundai and Kia

As of September 5th, 2020, over 600,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada are being recalled due to a brake fluid leak that could cause fires.

This recall applies to Hyundai Santa Fe SUVs from 2013 to 2015, Kia Optima …

July’s Recall

Honda is recalling certain 2018-2020 Acura and Honda vehicles (136,00 in total). The fuel pumps can have an improper impeller which might result in vehicle stalling while in use; or loss of engine power might occur increasing the chances …

June Recall Update

Mitsubishi has recently issued two recalls. The first recall affects old Lancers, Lancer Sportbacks, Outlanders, and Outlander Sports. These models might have a corrosion issue that affects the suspension of the cars. The second Mitsubishi recall affects the current …

Recalls from General Motors, Jayco, Starcraft, and Cooper Tire

Jayco is recalling
certain 2014-2018 Precept motorhomes that were built on Ford F53 chassis. In
these models, the hydraulic lines were routed too close to the exhaust without
a heat shield, increasing the risk of injury to those in the vehicle.

General Motors
is …

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