KFB Insurance Learning Library
KFB loves Kentucky. That’s why we want to help protect you against life’s mishaps. Here, you’ll find information that will help keep you and your loved ones safe – both on the road and in your old Kentucky home.
Historically, mid- to late-January is when Kentuckians experience the lowest temperatures of the year. According to the 2016 Farmers’ Almanac, Old Man Winter will be back with a vengeance this year, noting that “while last winter was a reprieve from shoveling and high fuel bills, the party is over.”
Did you know that 49% of people said they would take photos or watch videos while driving through a parking lot, according to a National Safety Council survey?
As summer sun and warmer weather starts to give way to the chillier days of fall and winter, it becomes hibernation time for many recreational vehicles. Properly putting boats, RVs, muscle cars and motorcycles to bed requires a little more effort than parking them in the side yard.
Bears, wolves, sharks, snakes and alligators all probably make the cut when rattling off a list of the region’s most deadly animals, but did you know the deadliest animal in the U.S. is actually the white-tailed deer?
As the days become shorter and the nights become cooler, the first of nature’s cold-weather-villains come into play: leaves. Many homes in Kentucky are surrounded by trees that begin to burst with fiery color in autumn. However, pretty foliage can quickly turn ugly when it falls from trees and starts to call your gutters home.