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Specialty Car of the Week: 51 Ford Street Rod

Craving another Specialty Car of the Week? Here's another awesome ride that McElhinney Insurance Agency has had the pleasure to insure. This 51 Ford Street Rod has custom paint and interior. To see more classic cars our agency has insured, check out the gallery on our Collector Car Insurance page....

Specialty Car of the Week: 1968 VW Beetle

Love classic cars? We do - and we love it when we're able to bring their owners peace of mind as well. Beginning this month, the McElhinny Insurance Agency will spotlight one of the many exciting cars we insure. Our Specialty Car of the Week is this cool green 1968 VW Beetle. The owner has been insured with our agency for many years and has fully...

The 2015 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix & the Pitt Birds Thunderbird Club

One of the best local events each summer is the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix (PVGP) held at Schenley Park July 18 & 19th. The PVGP started in 1983, and I have been at each one since 1988. I am a huge automobile fan, and this year I helped sponsor the weekend tailgate party for the club. The club celebrated the Thunderbird's 60th year and had a...

As the Weather Chills, Here Are 10 Tips to Stay Warm and Healthy

As a local insurance agency providing life insurance coverage, our agents are very aware of the increased health risks over the cold winter months. Injuries as a result of car accidents in wet or icy conditions, slip and fall accidents, and cases of injury from prolonged exposure all rise over the winter months. Those who are not properly prepared for the weather, and those who are already predisposed to injury...

Follow These Tips to Make Your Workplace Happier

Need a few tips to keep your employees happier over the next few months? We have gathered together a few simple tips that are designed to keep employees productive and happy at the work place. Here are a few tips to get you started: Give yourself and your employees permission to be happy. Make employees feel like they don’t have to act serious or try to be “professional"...