Category Archives: Automobile Safety

Snowbound in Seattle?

  Seattle, Washington normally has rain, but not a lot of snow.  This week is different because the moisture track referred to as the “Pineapple Express” that starts in Asia and passes Hawaii is dumping unusually heavy snow on Seattle.  … Continue reading

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Snowfall “Slightly” Underestimated

  If you live in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts you know that the weather forecasts are notoriously inaccurate.  Today’s was not exception. The forecast was for rain changing to snow.  So far so good.  Unfortunately, the forecast snow accumulation … Continue reading

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Temporary Reprieve from Winter

  We’ve taken a few weeks off to enjoy the holidays with friends and family.  Most of you have done the same to one extent or another.   While holiday celebrations varied depending on one’s background, religious beliefs and customs, the … Continue reading

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Get a Horse?

  When your car breaks down, do you wish for a New York minute you had a horse?  I have, but then quickly realized horses are high-maintenance, too. A breakdown is not fun, but a car emergency kit can make … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

  Thanksgiving is tomorrow. Many will travel and severe weather is not in the forecast in most parts of the country.  With thoughts of family and friends foremost in our minds, we should remember that emergencies can still happen. Our … Continue reading

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Mayhem is NOT My Friend!

  OK, if I weren’t the worrying kind, I would more likely have started a blog about how to have fun no matter what’s happening around me.  Instead, I’m more focused on keeping safe at home and in my “extended” … Continue reading

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My Car Broke Down and No One’s Around!

We drive down the freeway an often don’t even think about our vehicle having problems, until we see someone in the breakdown lane with the flashers on.  What do we do then? Do we: Call 911 or the emergency number … Continue reading

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