During this time of year, it’s not that easy to take a week off and go for a long vacation. LA Insurance knows that the solution to this problem is a short road trip! There are so many different, beautiful, places to see right here in Michigan. The best part is, they are all just a short road trip away. It’s always better to enjoy the journey than just the destination itself.
Part of emergencies is that it’s never known how or when they will happen. Emergencies can be more easily handled by being prepared and planning ahead. Putting together an emergency kit is a great way to be prepared and plan ahead. Knowing where you’re going and what you might need will help you be more prepared to face anything that might happen. Making a list of things that you might need is the first step to being prepared to face any emergency.
If you have never ridden a motorcycle before, it’s the coolest and best feeling ever. Balance, bravery, a positive mentality and especially SAFETY are all really important qualities someone must have to ride a motorcycle. In order to get a motorcycle license, a motorcycle safety course is required. In Michigan, the steps to get your motorcycle license include taking 2 basic rider courses, getting an endorsement, and pay the fees necessary.
In Michigan we have two different seasons on the road: winter and construction. Either it’s snowing and everyone is driving 25 mph or there is construction on every imaginable route home, and you’re stuck in traffic. Being stuck in traffic doesn’t have to be such a bad thing though. There are so many things you can do while stuck in traffic to make the time go by faster. These suggestions are likely to have you start to ENJOY being in traffic. Making a positive out of a negative experience is the best way to approach being stuck in traffic.
In Michigan, people’s driving records are important and weigh a lot into important life decisions. A driving record is a history of someone’s traffic violations, traffic crashes, failures to appear in court (FAC) and Failures to comply with the judgment (FCJ). The driving record also includes not at-fault crashes, at-fault crashes with a matching conviction and any convictions relating to a driver training course (Michigan.gov). Knowing what types of events effect a driving record can help people understand how the system in Michigan works, to keep their records clean.
The Secretary of State offices (SoS) in Michigan have a lot of services to offer the public. They can help you in more ways than you think. If you’re stuck with a problem about licenses, vehicles, or anything of the sorts, the Secretary of State offices can help! There are over 30 different services offered by the SoS. If going in person is not an option, they also have online services and self-serve stations at some of the offices.