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Keep your child safe, secure in proper seat

Keep your child safe, secure in proper seat

Child safety should always be at the forefront of any parent’s mind. Virginia’s passenger safety law states that all children under the age of 8 must be properly secured in a child restraint device when traveling in a motor vehicle. Virginia law is based entirely on age, according to Drive Smart Virginia. Virginia Farm Bureau was one of six Virginia insurance companies that founded that organization in 1995.





14 Easy Ways to Avoid Accidents This Winter

14 Easy Ways to Avoid Accidents This Winter

Brush up on your winter driving skills with our 14 easy ways to avoid auto accidents this winter!




Winter Safety: Avoiding Deer on the Road

Winter Safety: Avoiding Deer on the Road

October, November, and December are dangerous months to be a deer in Virginia—more than half of all deer-car collisions in the state happen in those three months, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.




Driving the Road Less Traveled: Maintain Safety on Rural Roads

Driving the Road Less Traveled: Maintain Safety on Rural Roads

There’s a certain allure to the road less traveled. Heavy, saturated traffic gives way to an open road meant just for you. The humdrum path of the interstate is traded in for an unexpected curve or rolling hill. Or maybe it just feels familiar, part of a routine.




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