According to research provided by the National Highway Transportation Safety around 20 percent of all traffic accidents are caused in some way by poor maintenance of the vehicle. Road crashes cost the US around $230 billion per year. A car’s brakes, tires, electrical and lighting systems should never be ignored for too long and are imperative for safe driving.
Being in a car accident is a stressful and scary situation. Nonetheless, Los Angeles is a high traffic city and car accidents are common. If you should ever find yourself in this situation, here is a useful checklist to keep in mind:
Did you know nearly five out of six homeowners have no earthquake coverage. Many people believe that is included in their homeowner’s policies, while others, mistakenly, believe FEMA will bail them out.
The next big earthquake can happen anytime and being prepared can make all the difference. When it happens roads will become unaccessible, and finding basic necessities might be difficult in the first couple of days after the disaster.
The following are ideas on how to prepare your family for an earthquake:
Are you a tenant in California? If so, you might want to look into Renter's Insurance, a policy designed for the protection of tenants and their property. I have broken down the renter's insurance policy into 7 main points:
Earthquakes are common to California. But did you know in the last 250 years there have been approximately 42 significant earthquakes (stronger than 5M) reported in Los Angeles County. Here are TOP 5 of the most significant earthquakes: