Winter Driving Tips for New Teen Drivers

Letting your new teen driver navigate the roadways alone for the first time, is one of the scariest things you’ll do as a parent. Compound that with winter weather, and it’s even harder to let your teen go. Of course, you know your son or daughter isn’t concerned in the least. Every year, the first…

Give Yourself Some Credit

Put on a suit and dress up all you want—what you wear to the bank probably isn’t going to determine whether you get that loan. No matter how hard you try to impress your lender, it is your credit score they want to see. If you have a spotty record when it comes to borrowing…

Handle the Pressure or Your Tires Could Fall Flat

When it comes to cars, there are a lot of things for us to maintain and pay attention to. But one important task that might slip through the cracks is keeping the correct tire pressure. Incorrect tire pressure can result in a number of different misfortunes, ranging from an inconvenience like a flat tire to…

Don’t Leave Your Wallet out in the Cold

The sun sets earlier, the house gets colder and your bills go up. That’s life in the winter for a lot of us. Piling on layers and blankets isn’t always a viable solution, so consider these tips for reducing your winter utility bills: Inspect your home for any areas, particularly around windows and doors, that…

Cyber Monday Safety Tips

How to avoid scams, viruses and other internet threats. Cyber Monday has become known as the biggest online shopping day of the year, with companies offering discounts galore to entice customers. But it’s also a day that scammers hope to use to their benefit by trying to lure in victims with offers that sound too…