Last year, Apple unveiled their new AirTags, small, coin-sized tracking devices designed to help people keep track of personal items, such as keys, wallets, purses, backpacks, and luggage. However, in recent months, there have been multiple reports of AirTags being used to stalk and track people.
There’s little more frightening than the sneaking suspicion that someone may be following you. Here’s how you can tell whether the person behind you is following you and how to safely get out of these scary situations
How do you know if someone is following you?
If you suspect someone is tailing you in a car, you can confirm it by doing the following:
If you’re on city streets, make four right turns. If the car is still behind
A record-breaking 13% of drivers will hit the road without car insurance this year. If you’re involved in an accident in North or South Carolina, there is a 1 in 8 chance that you will be financially responsible regardless of who is at-fault—unless you have sufficient uninsured motorist coverage.
What is uninsured motorist coverage?
Uninsured motorist coverage financially protects you in the event you are injured in an accident caused by a driver who does not have insurance. Underinsured motorist … Read more
Having an amputation changes your life, but it doesn’t make you a wholly different person than who you were when you were born. Our most-recent Disabled Scholar Award winner, Chloe Schmidt, wishes that this was something more people understood.
Injured in a catastrophic accident at age 3, Chloe underwent painful surgeries and traumatic experiences. She would lose her left leg from the knee downward, but not her sense of who she was. By the time she was able to return … Read more
In the week that follows Daylight Saving Time, Carolina drivers must remain alert as roads become more dangerous.
This Sunday, November 7, Daylight Saving Time ends, which means we’ll get an extra hour of sleep. But before you get too excited about a little extra snooze time, you should know that Daylight Saving Time has a dark side.
When the clocks spring forward and fall back each year, it’s only by an hour, but research shows that it takes days … Read more
Millions of vehicles are under recall for faulty airbags, splitting tires, and stalling engines
Fall is here, which means cooler temperatures, changing leaves, lots of football and pumpkin everything. But this year, fall is also becoming synonymous with recall—in the last three months, more than 5 million vehicles have been recalled for a range of issues, including faulty airbags, splitting tires, stalling engines, and potential fire hazards. On top of that, over 3 million child car seats have been recalled … Read more
Each year, over 1,500 people come together in Charlotte to work out, drink beer, and raise money for the Changing Lives Together Foundation.
In case you can’t tell, community and giving back are a big part of Auger & Auger’s mission. And one of our favorite ways to give back is at one of the most fun, heart-pumping local charity events—Beers & Burpees in Charlotte!
This year marks the fifth year in a row that Auger & Auger is sponsoring … Read more
Recently, we’ve been hearing a lot of information about accidents in North and South Carolina that is simply not true. The internet tells you one thing, and your loved ones say another. At Auger & Auger, we are committed to providing true, clear, and accurate information that can help you make important decisions during a challenging time.
Call now for a free confidential consultation with one of our Carolina accident and injury attorneys. We currently have 7 locations throughout North and South Carolina to serve our clients. As part of our service, we will come to you, wherever you are located!
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