Four Tips For Preparing Your Boat For Winter Storage

Posted on: 24 May 2016

Storing your boat at a boat storage facility during the cold winter months helps to ensure that your boat stays as safe as it possibly can during the cold winter months. While it may be safe from theft or vandalism in the boat storage facility, there are still things you need to do to store it properly before storing it in the facility. The guide below walks you through a few things you need to do to store your boat properly in the storage facility. [Read More]

Have A Delivery Truck? You'll Need To Ask These Questions About Commercial Truck Insurance Policies

Posted on: 12 April 2016

If your business has grown to the point where you've bought a truck for deliveries and other business tasks, you'll have to buy commercial truck insurance. If this is the first kind of truck insurance you're buying, you might not know what your policy should include. Here are some things you should ask the insurance agent before you purchase insurance for your delivery truck. Am I Eligible for Discounts? Because you have other business expenses to take care of, you're probably looking for ways that you can cut insurance costs. [Read More]

5 Ways Not To Take A Taxi Like A Tourist

Posted on: 18 September 2014

Being a tourist doesn't mean you have to hail a cab like one. Learning how to properly hail a taxi can not only make your trip smoother, it will also help keep the fact that you're visiting under wraps (a good idea to avoid tourist traps and unscrupulous locals.) Here are 5 ways you can not take a taxi like a tourist. Continue reading more. 1. Hail a Cab That Is Actually Available [Read More]

Tips For Properly Disposing Of Paperwork Containing Patient Information

Posted on: 15 September 2014

If you manage a business that deals with sensitive patient information, such as a doctor's office or health insurance agency, you are bound by HIPAA laws to take action to ensure that each person's medical records are kept private. This includes disposing of any paperwork properly. Below are some tips that will help you adhere to the privacy act and keep your patients' information safe. Black Out Any Personal Information [Read More]