Many manufacturers now offer their own infotainment apps for integrating your vehicle into your lifestyle. Some are brilliant pieces of software that make your life easier, more efficient, or simply more entertaining. Others? Not so much. Hit up State Farm for one app that could save you a ton. — Sponsored.
Did you know that recent college grads can receive up to $3,000 per year to help pay back loans if they move to one of 77 rural counties in Kansas? Make sure you’re being financially savvy with help from State Farm. — Sponsored.
About two-thirds of grocery shoppers save money with store brands. From cleaning products to pain relievers, most of these generic items offer the same ingredients for a noticeably lower price. But one place you shouldn’t skimp is insurance, as budget rates might mean worthless coverage. Head to State Farm for…
Did you know that twenty percent of car accidents involve a driver without a license? A recent study showed that around the same number, one in seven drivers, have no insurance. Watch out for these guys on the road, and visit State Farm to make sure you have uninsured motorist protection. — Sponsored.
Did you know that Oklahoma has twice as many earthquakes as California? OK quake numbers recently went from a handful to several hundred per year, proving that you never know what nature will throw at you. Make sure your home insurance is prepared for Mother Nature with State Farm. — Sponsored.
Did you know that many new vehicles don’t come with a spare tire? Manufactures save space and weight by eliminating the spare in favor of a smaller, lighter inflation kit, but they won’t save you from tire damage. Make sure you’re prepared for whatever the road throws at you with State Farm. — Sponsored.
Did you know that the first cross-country road trip took place in 1903? Dr. Horatio Nelson Jackson drove from San Fran to NYC in 63 days with 20 horsepower and zero insurance. To make your next road trip is slightly safer than Dr. Jackson’s, head to State Farm. — Sponsored.
Did you know that early tires were actually white (the natural color of rubber)? That changed when carbon black was added to the rubber mix to create stronger tires. Make sure your insurance game is as strong as your wheels with State Farm. — Sponsored.
Self-driving cars are on the way, and they could drastically reduce traffic accidents and gridlock. Until autonomous cars are ready for the highways, head over to State Farm to see how you can minimize human error. — Sponsored.
Did you know that birds have the right of way on Utah’s public roads? And fly around with mini sirens? Well, that part’s not true, but you will be covered by State Farm in the event of a feathery accident. — Sponsored.
It's time to conquer your fear of networking. Come back at 2pm ET to chat live with Kathryn Minshew, CEO of The Muse, and learn how to make the most of your next industry happy hour or follow-up email. — Sponsored.
Got car-buying questions? Come back at 2pm ET to chat live with Paul Nadjarian, founder and CEO of Mojo Motors. — Sponsored.
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