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The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves through nearly every industry in the country, affecting them in different ways. We remember the toilet paper and cleaning supply shortages in the spring of 2020, although supply eventually caught up with demand. Another similarly affected industry is automotive and transportation manufacturers. With more people working at home and…

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Meandering around on Georgia’s roads can be a dangerous activity no matter where you are. Getting from point A to point B can be a frustrating experience, from road congestion to construction that seemingly never ends. Traffic jams around Atlanta and Savannah are just a way of life that citizens accept as a trade-off to…

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Whether you’re driving down the street, sitting at a stop light, or you’re properly parked and minding your own business, rear end accidents can lead to serious injuries. Rear end collisions are an example of energy being transferred from a moving object to another object. The speed the moving object is traveling will dictate the…

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While we elect to carry certain types of insurance, others are required under state law. Even the optional policies aren’t always truly a choice unless you prefer the risk of losing everything you own in a lawsuit or catastrophe. As a policyholder, you have the right to assume you will get what you’re paying for…

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Governor Brian Kemp announced on April 23 that Georgia would be suspending the road test requirement for driver’s licenses in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and attempt to handle the huge backlog of tests currently on hold during the pandemic. Teens with valid permits may skip the road test portion and upgrade…

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