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  • Florida's Hurricane Insurance Fund Is Ready for Storm Season

    Hurricane season is here, and Florida is facing the prospect of storms with confidence. The state has a well-stocked hurricane insurance fund with enough money to pay off everything it could owe should a massive storm strike. This is a banner year for the state hurricane insurance fund, as it marks the first year in which the state has been so well-endowed. The healthy balance in the hurricane ...
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  • Riding Doesn't Transport You to a Destination; It is the Destination

    Motorcycles are the ultimate “fun” vehicle. They offer a powerful, open-air ride that no car can match, which was magnificently described in the classic novel, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance : "You’re completely in contact with it all. You’re in the scene, not just watching it anymore, and the sense of presence is overwhelming.” One of the most obvious measurements of motorcycle ...
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  • The Sinkhole State

    Our beautiful state is well known for lots of things – hurricanes, alligators, oranges, just to name a few. But what the average person may not know is that there are more sinkholes reported in Florida than in any other state in the country. Thousands of them develop each year. The region’s geology is responsible for the large number of sinkholes. The state is made up of porous carbonate rock ...
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  • You Still Can't (Legally) Drive 75

    Anyone who's ever known a five-year-old (or been one) can appreciate the tendency to push boundaries. Anyone who's ever played or worked on a team knows the human predisposition toward competition, even if the competitor is one's self. Whatever the motivation, people are habitual limit pushers. People also seem to be in a hurry, rushing to get to work, home, the store, soccer practice. People ...
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