Oh well hello insta... been offline for a while training employees and closing end of year beginning of year accounts...I’m back... stay tuned for more insurance fun 😃 Hope you are all having a great weekend so far... mine starts after 2 o’clock today... Brb as I wrap up the week ☺️
26749 February, 2019
Some great stuff here. Do you know how your coverage protects you and your family? .
I get asked daily “how much will it cost to fix _____”. My answer is always the same, it’s impossible to say without having the car in person completely disassembled. Every car comes apart differently, every accident is different and every part cost is different. There are soooo many variables that go into fixing a vehicle the correct way and there is almost always surprises hidden underneath. Remember you usually get what you paid for, if you go to the cheapest shop, you will probably get the cheapest repair.
Getting the flu is definitely not on our bucket list! Here are some simple tips to help keep your family healthy this winter. ⠀
1. Wash your hands: Germs can be transmitted by physical contact and enter the body when infected hands touch vulnerable parts like our eyes, mouths and noses.⠀
2. Watch the weather: Low cloud, dull and misty conditions tend to bring an increase in germs.⠀
3. Avoid huddling and heating: Because people are much closer together physically during winter, this makes it easier for infections to pass between people.⠀
4. Zinc and garlic: The mineral zinc is essential to help fight colds and provide a boost to a flagging immune system. Garlic helps ease chest complaints, and small amounts taken daily may also reduce the frequency of colds and flu.⠀
5. Drink plenty: Doctors recommend we drink about eight glasses of water a day to stay healthy.⠀
6. Take vitamins and probiotics: Taking a daily multivitamin is especially important in the winter when we may be less likely to be eating enough fresh fruit and vegetables, and are also more at risk from infection⠀
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Your pets can get sick during the winter as well. To help prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet’s health, take a minute to read some tips from our friends @aspca.⠀
1. Repeatedly coming out of the cold into the dry heat of your home can cause itchy, flaking skin. Keep your home humidified and towel dry your pet as soon as they come inside, paying special attention to their feet and in-between the toes. Remove any snow balls from between their foot pads.⠀
2. Never shave your dog down to the skin in winter, as a longer coat will provide more warmth. If your dog is long-haired, simply trim him to minimize the clinging ice balls, salt crystals and de-icing chemicals that can dry his skin, and don’t neglect the hair between his toes. ⠀
3. Bring a towel on long walks to clean off stinging, irritated paws. After each walk, wash and dry your pet’s feet and stomach to remove ice, salt and chemicals—and check for cracks in paw pads or redness between the toes.⠀
4. Bathe your pets as little as possible during cold spells. Washing too often can remove essential oils and increase the chance of developing dry, flaky skin. If your pooch must be bathed, ask your vet to recommend a moisturizing shampoo and/or rinse.⠀
5. Remember, if it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pet, so keep your animals inside.⠀
My guess: no insurance or cheap insurance. His last resort was to drive away like this.
Get your coverages up. Don’t let the 🦎 fool you into saving 15% because it just cost you well over the savings 💵 easily with that rear bumper and frame damage.
Take action. Call/Txt us and get a free quote. Nobody should be forced into driving home like this. @kjoinsurance