“Are you Ready for Winter Driving?”

Dec 5, 2012
Categories: Car Insurance
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With our winter season here we should all take the time to get prepared.

This means more than just getting out the winter boots and coats, what about your car?

We came a cross this article we would like to share with you on the Seven Steps to Safe Winter Driving.

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