How to Find the Right Car Seat

Infant, convertible, or booster seat? At National Highway Traffic Safety Association, we know that finding the right car seat and installing it correctly is no easy task.

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The Best Holiday Tips

In between all the shopping, cooking and merry making, it’s worth keeping a few tips in mind. Check out this roundup of some of the best holiday tips from us at Erie Insurance for a safe and happy season.

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Safe and affordable: updated used vehicle recommendations for teens

Parents looking for a safe, affordable vehicle for their teen driver have many more options than just a year ago. IIHS has updated its recommendations for used vehicles for teens, and the list has grown by more than 50 percent, even though the price and safety criteria haven’t changed.

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Home Fire Safety Measures

Prevention is the best way to protect your family from fire. However, in the event of a fire, preparation becomes the key to making certain your family responds appropriately and safely. Read these safety measures to be sure you’re prepared in the event of fire.

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How to Keep Your High-Mileage Car Running By: Erie Insurance

If you don’t have the money to buy a new car—or you genuinely love the car you already have—then you’re probably interested in keeping your current vehicle as long as possible. To do just that, here’s what the experts in long-term car ownership recommend you do.

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Redesigned Ford Edge earns Top Safety Pick award

ARLINGTON, Va. — The redesigned 2015 Ford Edge qualifies for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Top Safety Pick award, thanks to good ratings for crash protection in 4 of 5 IIHS evaluations and an acceptable rating in the challenging small overlap front crash test. The midsize SUV has an optional basic-rated front crash prevention system.

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The Best and Worst States for Drivers

The study indicates that whether a state is good or bad for drivers tends to be associated with how densely populated it is, with large urban areas being the most hazardous to drivers’ health and budgets.

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