Gasparilla Safety, Parking & Street Closures Yo Ho, me hearties! Ready for the Gasparilla parade this weekend? Read part one of our Gasparilla Guide to get the details! In this part, we will tell you everything you need to know about street parking, road closures and staying safe on Gasparilla. Nearly half a million people… Read More
Gasparilla 2020 Information The Gasparilla Pirate Fest is underway in Tampa Bay! Saturday, January 25 will be the invasion and the day parade. We want to give you all the facts about the parade, so you can plan ahead and have a fun, safe day. Times: The “Invasion” of Jose Gasparilla: The Jose Gasparilla Pirate… Read More
Gap Insurance & If You Need It So the first question to answer is, what is “Gap Insurance”? Gap insurance, or gap protection, covers the difference between what you owe on your car and how much the car is worth. Do I need Gap Insurance? Not everyone needs gap insurance. Gap coverage is mainly used on… Read More
Quick Deliveries at the Expense of Increased Truck Accidents According to a recent report by ProPublica and story by the New York Times, Amazon’s delivery contractors have been involved in more than 60 known crashes and make up at least 10 known deaths since 2015. With more and more Amazon delivery trucks on the road… Read More
Turkey Deep-Frying Safety Deep-Frying a turkey is definitely one of the most popular and delicious ways to cook a Thanksgiving turkey. Unfortunately it can be extremely dangerous if not done properly. Dozens of these accidents happen around the country every single year. Most of the accidents occur due to oil getting to hot, trying fry… Read More
On Halloween, unfortunately, you should be scared of more than the costumes and movies. Besides watching out for tampered-with candy, and other trick-or-treating hazards, one of the most important things to watch out for is drunk drivers. According to statistics from AAA, kids and pedestrians are more likely than normal to get hit by a… Read More
Building a Safety Net of Savings Planning for emergencies, such as a hurricane is like buying insurance: you pay into an account and hope you’ll never have to use it. But life happens. Having money in the bank to cover those unexpected expenses can reduce stress and keep you from relying on credit cards and… Read More
Hurricane Safety Guide Hurricane season officially starts on June 1 and ends on November 30. In the past two years, Florida had to endure both Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Michael. This hurricane season is expected to have an average level of activity, with approximately 13 named storms, only two of those possibly developing into major… Read More
E-Scooter injury numbers are on the rise across the U.S. and it is just a matter of time they start in Tampa.
Tampa is expected to be one of the top Memorial Day travel destinations in 2019.