Kidde, a major manufacturer of fire extinguishers, has recalled more than 40 million fire extinguishers used in homes, vehicles and boats. The extinguishers can become clogged, fail to discharge or have nozzle detachment during a fire emergency. Find out if you have one and how to replace it.
You know if you have a car, you need auto insurance. However, you’re probably not thinking about what kind of coverage you have until you need it. From protecting your car, to protecting your passengers and any prized possessions along for the ride, it’s good to know your ERIE policy has you covered for life’s little mishaps.
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday. It’s when we gain an extra hour of sleep and additional daylight in the morning. But Daylight Saving Time is also a good time to test your home’s smoke alarms
Recreation.gov recently posted safety tips for both hunters and non-hunters. Be sure to use caution when venturing out into the great outdoors.
While we’re celebrating and making Halloween memories, the holiday comes with its own set of safety concerns. Here are tips to keep kids safe (at any age) on Halloween.
Keeping up with the speed of life is hard. Luckily you have your ERIE Agent to make sure you’re properly covered. Here are three scenarios to talk to your Agent about.
While it’s highly unlikely that zombies will really take over, it’s good to know that insurance is there to protect you when things go wrong. Check out our latest video.
Fire Prevention Week serves as a reminder to have an
escape plan, practice fire drills and make sure all family members know what to
do in the event of a fire. If a fire breaks out in your home, you may only have
a few minutes to get out safely once th…
Halloween can be a difficult holiday for families managing food allergies. The Teal Pumpkin Project was created by the Food Allergy Research & Education organization to make sure all children have a safe, fun and happy Halloween.
There’s a new way to trick-or-treat that’s been gaining momentum in communities over the past few years. It’s called Trunk-or-Treat. Specific organizations or businesses partner with one another to offer a less-spooky alternative to the typical nighttime trick-or-treating Halloween event.