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By Staebler Insurance on Dec 30, 2019

New Year’s Eve can be a great time with friends, and family. Often alcohol is consumed and when it’s time to go home, people make the wrong assumption that it’s okay to drive. Fortunately there are now more ways than ever to prevent drinking and driving, thanks to the convenience of our smartphones. Here are Staebler’s top ways to get home safely after a New Year’s Eve party. Uber  – This is one of the most popular apps in the world, thanks to its ease of use. Uber allows...

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By Staebler Insurance on Dec 23, 2019

2019 was a banner year for Staebler’s Charity and Community Committee. This team of 12 was very busy managing a committee-directed budget, raising additional funds, and making the difficult decisions of where to send dozens of donations and sponsorships. Also throughout the year, Staebler teammates were asked to donate $5 per month to participate in "Dress Down Days” every Friday. This allowed the committee to stretch this year’s charitable giving even further! The...

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By Staebler Insurance on Dec 19, 2019

Winter officially begins on December 21 but Mother Nature has already brought its familiar friends of road closures, ice slicks, and blinding flurries. Driving in the winter is never fun, but there are steps you can take to make it a lot less dangerous for you and your family. Keep these tips in mind as you travel this snowy season and keep yourself as safe as possible on the road. Be ready for the season Winter driving safety begins before you even leave the lane way. The...

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By Staebler Insurance on Dec 11, 2019

The holidays are a time for celebration, family, and rest. Unfortunately, they’re also a time for accidents, injuries, and fire hazards. While you’re enjoying the holiday season, make sure you keep the following hazards and safety tips in mind while you decorate your home. Only you can prevent indoor forest fires The traditional Christmas tree is beautiful, but also presents some unique risks in the home. Pine tree resin is a primary ingredient in turpentine after all, so...

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