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Think Women Are Bad Drivers? Think Again...

     There is one question that always seems to cause an argument, Who are better drivers, men or women? It seems we finally have an answer. As the article points out, women seem to be the better drivers. Data doesn't lie! Though I dare you to quote one of these studies at the next cocktail party. I am sure it will go over real well with the fellas in the room.      One recent study was conducted by Carrentals in the United Kingdom, which involved over 700 people o...

How To Prepare For The Great Regina Flood of 2013

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1. Mind your eaves and Q’s Keep your eaves-troughs clean. If snow melts on your roof and the resulting water has nowhere to go, it will very sneakily try to get into your house. Eaves-troughs are your friend, keep them clean.   2. Downspouts are to eaves-troughs as hockey is to Canada If all you do is fix your eaves-troughs and you do not connect your downspouts, you’ll be looking at wet spring. Downspouts should exit from your house onto a splash pad or be connected to an extensions at least 1.8 metres (6 feet) away from the foundation of your house. As funny as it wou...

What Are The Ten Most Stolen Vehicles In Canada?

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In Regina, stolen vehicles used to be a major problem. You don’t hear about it as much in the media anymore. We’ve obviously cleaned up our act! Do you ever wonder if your car is a target? Are you uneasy about leaving your vehicle overnight at a friends house because you think it might be gone in the morning? Well this list is for you!   From December 2012, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada, the 10 most stolen vehicles in Canada based on theft claims submitted to insurers are: 1.  2000 Honda Civic SiR2.  1999 Honda Civic SiR3.  2006 Chevrolet T...

Event Insurance - Are You Sure You Don’t Need It?

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Planning an event in Regina? Weddings, baby showers, block parties, parties with a performer, or an office event … Did you know… You are liable for any person who suffers personal injury at your planned event If someone has had too much to drink at your function, gets into their car and hurts someone, you can also be held liable. You may be liable for any third party property damage. (i.e Fire starts by you or your guest knocking over a candle center piece, and causing significant damage) Real life situation that could have/should have had event insurance…&nbs...
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