The Savvy Drivers Guide To Constructionproofing Their Auto Insurance Quotes

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I had an odd task a few years back. was asked by the Ernest Hemingway Foundation to go get his bed up in Michigan. The bed was in the possession of a nephew in the town of Petosky. This is the site of the Hemingway cottage on Walloon lake and the setting of many of his short stories; Big Two Hearted River, Up In Michigan, Indian Camp, Three Day Blow. Hemingway spent his summers up there, hunting ,fishing, camping and gathering fodder. I chose the weekend of the New Year to go.

The Indy Car race in Las Vegas this weekend was over after just eleven out of three hundred laps, due to a 15 traffic pile up that developed in the middle of the track. You can watch the Dan Wheldon crash video here to see the horrific scene that unfolded in front of Indy car fans on Sunday, though viewer discretion is advised.

In a recent article published by the Associated Press via ABC news Allstate, the second largest auto insurance provider in Texas, announced that the number of insurance claims paid out as a result of storms and bad weather that had absolutely nothing to do with snow was on the rise. Drivers in the area can expect to see the numbers on those free auto insurance quotes going up, and they're not the only ones. Drivers all across the country could be feeling the sting if this trend continues.

In more recent times in Leicestershire in England in 2012, a short but powerful hailstorm saw hundreds of car owners lodging claims, some within five minutes of the sky exploding. Many cars had windscreen damage, broken mirrors and the roof of many cars took on a dimpled look. Dozens of people claimed their car was a write-off. No collision with a pole or another car. No stolen or burnt-out vehicles in sight. Many were unrecognizable as the fury of the hailstones and even shards or ice smashed cars beyond recognition; a car insurance company's nightmare.

My father was driving on the highway through a construction zone. Traffic was going relatively slowly, and so he was following the car in front of him rather closely. I happened to be on the phone with my mother, who was in the passenger seat, and she was warning him to slow down. Before I knew it, I was hearing the sound of my parents getting into a fender bender - they had hit their brakes in time to avoid the suddenly-stopped car in front of them. However, the driver behind them had not been so careful. He struck my parents' vehicle from behind, thereby pushing them into the stopped vehicle in front of them. A three-car pile-up!

Accessible from shore, this old wreck is a must-see. At a stunning 300 feet in length, this steam ship is older than the Titanic. The only downside to diving this wreck is that it rests in a harbor entrance. You'll need a guide for this one and Tours are available on Sundays.

I arrived back home and a couple of hours later we had another bad storm with lots of wind, thunder and lightning. We have a garage on our property and after the storm had passed we noticed that the storm had knocked the drain pipes off the east side of our garage along with 4 big pieces of siding. I'm not sure yet how much that will cost to be replaced, but I'm definitely not looking forward to it. This storm also destroyed two of my favorite Azalea's that I had planted a couple of years ago. Limbs are still scattered all over my yard.