Holiday Safety Tips With Max! Prepare and Stay Aware! 

Safety First – Prepare and Stay Aware! Holiday safety tips, with Max! During the holidays at this busy time of year, we need to take extra care on the road and at home during this most active time of year. With the holidays upon us, it is important that we can enjoy every egg-nog filled moment with . . .

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Are your ready for the storm? Start preparing early for less damage later

Whether the incoming hurricane or storm is considered a level 1 or 5, or a tropical storm, the common denominator is often damages and sometimes injury. With a bit of preparation, you can avoid many of the common risks. It’s never possible to foresee all the “landmines” in an emergency, but with a few hours . . .

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10 Automated Alerts for Storm & Emergency Updates

Before and after a major storm and during an evacuation, safe departure and re-entry require planning and strategy. With so many changes and unknowns, it is important to be well-informed and up to the minute, preferably with automated updates. Today we are lucky enough to be able to gain a tremendous amount of information at our . . .

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Summer Road Trip Car Maintenance Checklist

18 point check list guide to avoid a vehicle meltdown, and staying safe should one occur. Jumping in the car for a road trip to grandmas or a day-trip to the beach is as American as apple pie. However, the law of supply and demand dictates that more cars mean more traffic + more heat = more “meltdowns”. . . .

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Food-Safety Quick Tips for a Successful Summer BBQ

Getting ready to grill out for the Memorial Day Weekend? A successful grill-out plan includes more than just deciding what’s on the menu and the beverage selection.  Your loved ones are relying on you to be “Food-Safe”. According to Foodsafety.gov approximately 1 in 6 Americans is stricken with food poisoning each year. A trip to the doctor . . .

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