Welcome to first installment of our ‘Busting Common Car Myths’ series, where we’ll be examining popular car myths and testing their accuracy.
Myth: “Turning off a car then restarting it wastes much more gas than letting it idle for a few minutes.”
It seems possible.… Continue reading
We recently brought you part one of our two-part series on fire prevention, which reminded us to never, ever deep fry a frozen turkey. Here are five more common fire hazards, and how to prevent them.
Poorly ventilated dryer – If your clothes dryer isn’t properly ventilated, lint can build up and become a fire hazard.… Continue reading
Fire prevention in the home is something we all need a refresher on from time to time. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 85 percent of fire deaths happen in the home, and those household fires are responsible for billions of dollars in property damages each year.… Continue reading
Insurance can be a confusing subject, and there’s a good chance you have questions. And you’re not alone—it turns out a whole nation of people have questions about insurance. That’s why we started Join the Nation, an insurance question and answer platform.… Continue reading
Thanks for visiting our first official blog post. At Nationwide, we’re dedicated to helping you protect what is most important, so we’re looking forward to sharing our thoughts on insurance, personal finance, safety and other topics that touch your life every day.… Continue reading