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February 9th, 2018 by Biondi-Franklin Insurance

Generations and Driving: We Aren’t So Different After All

Wanting to drive and getting behind the wheel isn’t a thing of the past.  In fact, the Gen Zs of the world (ages 14 to 17) are excited about learning to drive. Actually, 89 percent to be exact.  The excitement Gen Zs feel about driving is very similar to the way Baby Boomers felt when they were asked about their early driving years. Erie Insurance... Read Article

Video: IIHS Safest 2018 Cars

Thinking about shopping for a new car? Then you’ll want to check out what vehicles are considered the safest to buy. From small cars and sedans to SUVs and large luxury vehicles, you’ll find 62 of the 2018 models deemed safe by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Each year the safety experts at the nonprofit research and education organization determine which vehicles do... Read Article

Why Every Contractor Needs Insurance Protection

Contractors face many challenges even when a project is moving ahead as planned. General contractors have contractual obligations and the threat of a financial loss if a construction defect claim is filed. In order to guard against losses associated with injuries or other damages, contractors need the protection provided by a product liability insurance policy. We live in a litigious world, and there are law... Read Article

Snow Ruts: Winter's Most Annoying Driving Hazard

Ruts are a common winter annoyance.  When drivers get stuck on snowy roads, their wheels spin deep down into the snow pack, leaving the streets scattered with deep divots for the rest of us to navigate around. You’re likely to find ruts on less-traveled roads or side streets – especially near hills and curves, where drivers are more likely to get stuck. In some areas,... Read Article

What to Know About Ice Dams

If you’re no stranger to snow, then an ice dam on your roof is a dangerous seasonal possibility. An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow from draining off the roof. From gutter damage to unintended injuries, an ice dam can spell disaster. Fortunately, ice dams can be easily mitigated if you take steps to prevent them from... Read Article