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Top 5 RV Campsites in Ohio

The idea of an RV camping trip can have you daydreaming for days. I bet you can already smell the musky smoke and pine needles from the late-night campfire; taste the charred burgers; feel the rush of pride when you catch more fish than Uncle Bob. No matter what your ideal camping trip looks like, Ohio is a great state to make it happen. To...

8 Unforgettable Pennsylvania Road Trip Destinations

One of the best ways to experience Pennsylvania in all its diversity and uniqueness is via road trip. Grab the kids, pack your car, and get ready to enjoy the state’s rich heritage and natural beauty. But before you take off, make sure you have the right auto insurance to protect your ride. Then, with peace of mind, explore these eight must-see destinations – and...

What Is An Umbrella Policy?

I’m a safe driver. I don’t do risky things. Someone I know would never sue me. When it comes to truly terrible events, many people have the “it can’t happen to me” mentality. However, by simply driving a car, owning a home, or entertaining friends, the possibility exists that a tragic accident could occur… and potentially, a costly lawsuit. Many people mistakenly believe that only...

Essential Life Jacket Tips for Boaters

What Are the Different Types of Life Jackets? There’s a wide variety of life jackets on the market with options to fit every age, size, and water-bound recreational activity. You can find designs specifically tailored for recreational boating and water sports like skiing and riding on personal watercrafts, as well as styles for hunting, fishing, paddle sports (such as canoeing, kayaking, and paddleboarding), and offshore...

Does Your Life Insurance Policy Offer This Surprising Benefit?

Just six months after retiring from 32 years on the Richmond, Virginia, Fire Department, Len Archer got a devastating diagnosis from his doctor. He had pancreatic cancer, and he likely had only two to eight months to live. In an instant, Len, 56, and his wife, Paula, went from planning their retirement to preparing for what appeared to be the inevitable. At the urging of...