What You Need to Know to Drive Safely this Winter


Nationwide roadway deaths reached a 15-year high last year, with Oklahoma’s fatalities increasing 18.7% from 2020 to 2021, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. As the temperature drops, icy and snowy roads can add a layer of risk by creating hazardous road and driving conditions that result in slower driving speeds, reduced roadway capacity and increased crash risks. This winter, follow safety tips from OKFB Insurance to protect yourself and your fellow Oklahomans. More>


How to Prepare Your Home for Winter


OKFB Insurance is sharing important safety tips to help Oklahoma residents prepare as winter approaches. With the excitement of changing seasons and the holidays also comes the potential for severe winter storms, power outages and road closures. When temperatures begin to fall, it is important to take the necessary steps to protect your home and family. More>


How to Support Local Farmers on National Farmer’s Day


October 12 is National Farmer’s Day, and OKFB Insurance is sharing how the agricultural industry impacts Oklahoma and how to support local farmers this harvest season. More>


OKFB Insurance Shares Tips for Farm Safety and Health Week


Every third week of September (September 18-24), the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety (NECAS) leads National Farm Safety and Health Week to emphasize the importance of health and well-being for workers in agriculture. This year, the theme of the week is Protecting Agriculture’s Future. More>