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Soleil Reverie By Saint Somewhere & Intangible Ales

This time around, The Insurance Beer Snob reviews a collaboration beer from Saint Somewhere Brewing of Florida and Intangible Ales of Pennsylvania, titled Soleil Reverie. Check out the review video below to learn more! Visit our YouTube page to see more reviews, Youtube.com/KimberleyVassal.

April Showers Increase Auto Accidents

rain on windshieldApril showers bring May flowers is a term used to illustrate the traditionally rainy period of April, which gives way to May, when flowers will bloom. In addition to May flowers, the increased rainfall has the ability to hinder ones ability to drive. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are around 707,000 automobile crashes each year due to rain. To avoid weather-related auto accidents it is very important to learn how to safely maneuver a vehicle in the rain. This couldn’t be more prominent than in the month of April; when rainfall is very common. To learn how to safely drive in the rain take a look at this article titled, Tips For Driving in the Rain. For additional questions or to receive a Pennsylvania auto insurance quote visit our website, www.kimberleyvassal.com.

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Help Your Vehicle and Home Recover from Winter

Winter_SpringIt’s finally beginning to feel like Spring across the area as the sunshine and warm temperatures begin to grace us with there presence. The beginning of Spring marks the end of the exceptionably harsh winter season much of the East Coast has experienced this year. It’s likely your vehicle as well as your home exhibit some signs of wear following the extreme temperature dips, snow and ice experienced this winter. Luckily, there are a number of helpful steps you can take to better restore them to their pre-winter condition. Take a look at the articles below in order to learn how to help your car and home recover from winter.

Keep in mind, with winter in the rear-view warmer days are soon to come! Let our agency help protect you from the unexpected, contact a Kimberley Vassal Insurance agent today for a Pennsylvania Home, Auto, or Business Insurance Quote, http://www.kimberleyvassal.com.

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Pothole Vehicle Damage

The severe winter weather we have experienced this season has left a staggering number of potholes on the roadway. You might recall our previous article in regards to avoiding pothole damages while driving. However, if you were unable to avoid those pesky potholes your car may be left damaged. Pothole damages can quickly add up leaving some drivers with repairs up to a thousand dollars or more. Learn how pothole damages can affect your vehicle and how to properly go about getting them repaired in this articleIs Your Vehicle Damaged Due to a Pothole? For a free  Pennsylvania Auto Insurance quote  contact a Kimberley Vassal Insurance agent today, www.kimberleyvassal.com.

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The Insurance Beer Snob is Back!

This Friday, March 21, 2014, we will be releasing a brand new beer review video by our very own, Bill Jeppe! In the meantime, check out some of the past reviews on our YouTube channel,  www.youtube.com/KimberleyVassal.Beer Review

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Avoid Distracted Driving

We’re constantly surrounded by electronic hums, beeps, tweets, and vibrations. The temptation to be constantly plugged into our cell phones, iPods, and laptops can be overwhelming, even when we’re driving.

Studies have found that drivers who text at the wheel are 23 times more likely to be involved in an accident. When your employees are driving company vehicles, this can be a big problem for your business. Here are a few tips to keep your drivers focused on the road and not on their gadgets:

  • Set clear policies: Your city or state may already have laws making it illegal to text while driving. If not, make sure that you have a strong business policy in place.
  • Training: Remember taking driver’s ed? For many of us, it was a lifetime ago. Take the time to remind your drivers about basic safety techniques while driving, including the importance of keeping focus on the road.
  • Be consistent: If you don’t want your drivers texting or talking on the phone while they’re on the road, don’t expect them to always answer phone calls or texts immediately. Your employees look to you to know how to act. If you demand they always pick up the phone right away or check every new text or email on their phones, they’re going to do it while driving.

By setting clear rules and expectations, you can keep your employees and your vehicles safe and out of harm’s way on the road. For a free Pennsylvania Auto and or Business Insurance quote contact a Kimberley Vassal Insurance agent today, http://www.kimberleyvassal.com