Archives for 2018

What Is The Best Firewood To Use?

Nothing beats the cozy feeling of a warm, crackling fire. Whether you light up your fireplace all season long or just for special occasions… burning the right wood makes a big difference. Check out this list of best firewood tips before you stock up for the winter. What makes good firewood? Choose hardwood: This type of wood is denser and burns more efficiently with less... Read Article

Caught in the Cloud: 5 Tips for Driving in Fog

When it comes to weather conditions, fog is one of the most unpredictable. Your view can be clear one minute and cloudy the next. Because after all, that’s what fog is — a cloud on the ground. If you’ve ever driven through dense fog, you know it can feel like you’re driving blindfolded. But while you can’t control the weather… you can control how you... Read Article

ERIE Earns Top Ranking in J.D. Power Study

Thousands of people shared their experiences about shopping for auto insurance in a national study and Erie Insurance was awarded “Highest Satisfaction with the Auto Insurers Shopping Experience.” The J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Insurance Shopping Study SM provides an in-depth look at the auto insurance policy selection process. It explores why customers shop, their attitudes toward and perceptions of auto insurance brands and how they... Read Article

Moon Roofs vs. Sunroofs: What’s the Difference?

Here’s the short answer: Sunroof is one word, moon roof is two. Anymore, that’s about the only difference between a sunroof and a moon roof – and even that is a bit questionable. (The Internet and Webster’s still don’t quite agree.) There’s an interesting history on how these names came about, and some car gurus are still committed to separate definitions—such as a sunroof pops... Read Article

Avoiding Accidents in Construction Zones

Construction zones introduce a number of hazards, making them especially dangerous locations for motorists. The Federal Highway Traffic Safety Administration (FHTSA) reports that during the past five years, 4,400 people have died and 200,000 have been injured in construction zone crashes alone. How Do Construction Zone Accidents Happen? Rear-end collisions are the most common type of accident in construction zones, as many drivers will slam... Read Article