Self-Driving Cars and Insurance

Jim Tice – September 24, 2018

We’ve all read the predictions about self-driving vehicles becoming more and more common. Instead of driving ourselves, we will be relying on vehicles controlled by computers.  Many newer cars are equipped with collision warning systems and automatic braking. As a result, data is showing a reduction in accidents. This may result in lower insurance costs […] Read More

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How to Prepare Your House and Car for Cold Weather

Daniel Crichlow – September 17, 2018

We’ve all been in a situation where the elements are ripping into us, and making life miserable. All we can do is think about getting into our nice warm car to find a small haven from terrible mother nature, only to hear the most nightmarish sound imaginable… silence. Your car won’t start. Now you’re faced with […] Read More

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Updating Your Resume – Tips & Free Help

Jacquelyn Bennett – September 10, 2018

The average recruiter spends 6 seconds looking at your resume.   6 seconds. Let that sink in. .. If your resume only gets looked at for 6 seconds, what do you want to stand out? This is why you need to take the time to polish your resume.   Read the tips below for help. […] Read More

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3 Local Camping Destinations & Why You Should Visit Them

Tony Grahn – September 3, 2018

There are many good camping destinations in Indiana. Having grown up in Indianapolis, I have always heard of many camping options. The following three are my personal favorite. As a daytrip, overnight backpacking escape, or a place to bring your RV, all have accomodations.        1. McCormick’s Creek State Park.  Just 53 miles […] Read More