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Five Tips for Starting Your Kid's College Funding
By GEICO Staff

Parents are still the biggest funders of college tuition, covering 29 percent of the bill, according to student loan company Sallie Mae. As a parent, you want to contribute, but what if you aren't sure where to begin?   Read More

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New Year's Resolutions 2017
By GEICO Staff

New Year's Resolutions embody our heartfelt life-improvement intentions. The most common New Year's Resolutions are to lose weight and get in shape, find a better job, spend more quality time with loved ones, quit smoking, get organized, travel more and reduce debt.   Read More

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Eleven Holiday Crafts For The Whole Family
By GEICO Staff

Looking to unleash your crafty side this winter? These inexpensive holiday projects require minimal time, money, or effort—just a little creativity. And best of all, they're easy enough that even your youngest (or clumsiest) family members can join in on the fun.   Read More

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The Future Of Car Safety
By GEICO Staff

It's not just our phones that are smart - our cars are now smart as well. Where once we only had safety belts and airbags to help us survive a crash, we now have the advantage of technology to help us steer clear of danger - before we are even aware of a threat.   Read More

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What To Do If You Witness A Car Accident
By GEICO Staff

Witnessing a car accident first-hand requires a calm, cool, and collected response under traumatic circumstances. Your course of action will largely depend on the severity of the crash and the extent of the injuries, but there are some general guidelines to keep in mind. By following these tips, you'll be better prepared to help your fellow drivers until the professional emergency responders arrive.   Read More

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Driving Lessons: Myths My Relatives Told Me
By GEICO Staff

Whether it was Mom who said you can't get a ticket for driving too slowly, or an older sibling who insisted you can make a right turn on red anywhere, you've probably gotten some erroneous driving advice over the years. Tips that are well-intentioned, but simply untrue or outdated since you first took to the road in... er, never mind the year. The point is to avoid traffic tickets and accidents. To do that, you need to know the truth about those long-held family driving traditions. We separated the good advice from the bad below.   Read More