Thursday, December 18, 2008

Some Texans Can Not Drive!!

I have learned a lot since moving to Texas. But what I just learned recently is definitely one for the books! A lot of Texans CAN NOT drive on ice! I guess they get cold weather so rarely that the ice takes them out of their comfort zone or something!
My niece was in a car accident last night, because some fool in front of her did something stupid and she did not have enough time to stop.

She could have used a customized extended warranty for her car. US Fidelis offers free car rental, free roadside assistance, and emergency towing among other things. My niece surely could have used all of that and then some! But as it stands now, she did not have that and will end up paying a good chunk of money to fix her car. The good thing is that she is OK and for that we truly thank God. Life is so precious and we need to thank God for ours every day!

6 People Saying Something!

Revvy Rev 18 December, 2008 18:44

Thank God that she is ok.

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Elizabeth Bonds 18 December, 2008 21:53

Dang. I am from Texas, but I didn't see too many bad drivers. Not anymore bad drivers as there are everywhere I have ever been. I am glad she is alright.

AJ 18 December, 2008 22:48

Good to hear she is ok. Texans CAN NOT drive on ice. Most of the time down here schools & businesses close shop during ice and I stay off the roads. Be careful up there.

iriegal 19 December, 2008 22:50

I am glad to hear she is okay. That is the most important thing. Another thing folks don't think about getting is GAP insurance. It really does save some money

Mary@notbefore7 22 December, 2008 17:01

So glad that she is doing OK. Praise God!

Glad your move went well!

Believer 1964 24 December, 2008 10:53

Glad to hear your niece is okay.

Car accidents are the pits. So much paperwork and phone calls. Not fun at all!

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