Safe Winter Driving in Vermont

While Ernie Patnoe may disagree with this assessment, he became internationally famous with the publication of an article in The New Yorker entitled “Black Ice, Near-Death, and Transcendence on I-91” written by John Seabrook, a staff writer for The New Yorker since...

Hitting an Animal While Driving Increases in the Fall

The likelihood of crashing into an animal more than doubles during October, November and December, when collisions with dogs, cats, deer and other animals significantly increase. Vermonters know that bucks are in rut and are far more active in the fall. While the...