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  • Do You Know What to Do When Approaching Farming Equipment on the Roadways?
    Do You Know What to Do When Approaching Farming Equipment on the Roadways?

    Now that Spring has arrived, it is important to be cognizant of farm equipment sharing the Indiana roadways. Many Indiana drivers will encounter slow-moving farming equipment on the roadways, ...

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  • Should I Give a Recorded Statement to The Insurance Company?
    Should I Give a Recorded Statement to The Insurance Company?

    If you have been involved in a car accident, you may have noticed that there are several steps to take following a car accident . You probably feel overwhelmed, scared, and upset that this has ...

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  • What do you do if you are involved in a pedestrian accident?
    What do you do if you are involved in a pedestrian accident?

    It has been a trend for many years that as the weather warms up there are more pedestrians walking in the State of Indiana. As a result, there is also a rise in pedestrian accidents . Injuries to ...

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  • How Much Motorcycle Insurance Do I Need?
    How Much Motorcycle Insurance Do I Need?

    Is Insurance Required to Ride a Motorcycle in Indiana? Yes, if you are going to ride a motorcycle, you must be insured with the appropriate insurance. In fact, insurance is required to register your ...

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  • Rules of the Road: Bicycle Safety Tips for Spring
    Rules of the Road: Bicycle Safety Tips for Spring

    Though cycling is a great pastime that benefits the rider and the environment, it is not without risks. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 846 cyclists were ...

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  • Updated Indiana Smartphone Use While Driving Rules Began on July 1st
    Updated Indiana Smartphone Use While Driving Rules Began on July 1st

    Indiana has recently passed and enacted updated driving rules to try to combat the growing risk of distracted driving accidents . On July 1 st , 2020, it became unlawful to hold a smartphone for ...

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