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Exit 4A

Exit 4A: Whats Happening with this Project?

Exit 4A off Interstate I 93 in the Derry-Londonderry area, 30 years on the drawing board, appears about ready to come to life. Maybe. Advantages include relieving pressure from a traffic nightmare.  At Exit 4 drivers headed to Derry merge from 2 lanes to one.  During rush hour that traffic […]

do statistics show who are worse drivers men or women?

Worse Drivers, Men or Women? The Survey Says …

Who are the worse drivers, men or women? We’re not looking to inflame the so-called battle of the sexes. In researching this topic we found numerous studies claiming to provide facts and insight on America’s driving habits.  After a while the studies piled up to the point that this age-old […]

Will legalizing pot happen?

Legalizing Pot: New Hampshire Commission Reports on Year Long Study

Legalizing pot poses big issues.  A handful of states allow recreational weed.  Will New Hampshire be next? New Hampshire lawmakers asked a study commission to look into a broad range of issues.  On November 1, 2018 the 17-member group released a report looking at issues raised by legalized weed. During […]

Loose Dog in the Car & Car Accidents

Driving With a Loose Dog in the Car

Is it legal to drive with a loose dog in the car? Most dogs love jumping in the car and riding around town with their family.  How often do you see a dog with its head hanging out a car window watching the world go by?  Or, often we all […]

New Hampshire Car Insurance Law

New Hampshire Car Insurance

New Hampshire stands alone as the only state in the U.S. not requiring car insurance.  That’s right, while most states like neighboring Massachusetts mandate auto insurance before you can even register a car, New Hampshire never passed a law making car insurance obligatory. Maybe it’s the “Live Free or Die” […]

Small Cars & Higher Dangers

Small Cars: Are They Really More Dangerous?

Small cars bring more affordable car payments but are they safer?  The laws of physics tell us that when a large object and a small object crash, the larger one sustains less damage.  But that scenario fails to tell the whole story. This is also one reason why you should […]

Insurance Tracking Devices: data and rates

Insurance Tracking Devices: Do You Want The Insurance Company Watching?

Would you drive more carefully if you knew your car insurance company was watching you? In recent months, software for insurance brokers has been developed allowing them to get a clear insight to how you drive. Companies now offer spy devices that monitor driving habits. It can be either a […]

Hit & Run Bad Idea

Hit & Run: Leaving the Scene of an Accident.

Question: I backed into another car at the mall parking lot and dented it. I know I should have left a note with my info but I didn’t. I just left. How much trouble could I get into for leaving the scene? Answer: Leaving the scene of an accident, even […]

Do Seatbelts Really Work?

Seatbelts: Why Do We Have to Wear Them?

Seatbelts raise little controversy. Many people buckle-up without thinking much about it. Others wonder why we wear seatbelts, what actual purpose is served and why we don’t have the option to buckle up or not. Such questions present fair and important issues. The answers lie in safety concerns. Extensive research and studies prove […]

Effect of Driving High

Driving High: Are Pot Smokers Causing More Accidents?

As more and more states legalize recreational marijuana, debate rages on about driving high and it effects.  Can people drive just as well after smoking pot? Are those who drive high causing accidents?  How do police prove a driver was driving high? One insurance research group found that collision claims […]



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