Via Magazine: March/April


In this issue: DIY home maintenance tasks, tips for supporting a teen driver, and more



A couple paint a bedroom together.

16 Things Every Homeowner Should Know How to Do

Even the least handy people among us are capable of doing some routine maintenance. From leaky faucets to patching drywall, these fixes and updates can be tackled by almost anyone with a basic tool kit (and perhaps a peek at YouTube). Yes, even you.

A teen practices reversing a car with her dad in the passenger seat.

How to Raise a Good Teen Driver

Getting a driver’s license is one of the most exciting events in a teenager’s life. For parents of those teens, it’s one of the scariest. New drivers 16 to 17 years old are three times as likely as adults to be involved in a deadly crash. Here's how parents can help reduce the number of crashes and curb risky behavior behind the wheel.

A woman calls her insurance agent after her car was damaged in a hit-and-run crash.

Are You Really Covered by Your Insurance?

Many first-time theft and hit-and-run victims learn the hard way that their insurance doesn’t cover what they thought it did. Don't let coverage gaps catch you unawares. Check your policy to see if these common circumstances are included in your homeowners, renters, or auto insurance.

A driver cleans their car dashboard.

How to Keep Your Car Clean and Organized

Just like your home, your vehicle is probably due for a deep cleaning after the winter months. The effort you put into this, as well as weekly touch-ups and a good organizational system, can help ease the stress of long car rides or errands for the rest of the year.

Purple lupines bloom above bright green grass

12 Things to Do to Get Ready for Spring

Spring brings longer days, perfect for clearing out cobwebs of winter from your home and garden.

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