Time driving: You need to drive at least 4,000 miles a year (about 10 miles a day on average) to participate in Snapshot, but the program rewards those who are relatively low-mileage drivers or who frequently carpool.
If you consider yourself a safe driver, then yes, Snapshot is worth it. In fact, you'll probably love Snapshot. The app is a super-easy way to get rewarded—all you need to do is install the device and reap the benefits. City drivers should be aware that the app is sensitive to starts and stops.
Can I try Snapshot again after I'm done? Absolutely. Depending on your state, you may be able to participate using the mobile app or the plug-in device. In other states, you need to use the plug-in device if you want to participate again.
You can serve the salad right away, but give it time to refrigerate if you can. Chicken salad tastes great when chilled. Store the salad in the fridge in a sealed container for up to 4 days.
Among the many causes of CPVC failures, and the ensuing water damage claims, are raw material flaws, manufacturing defects, inadequate warnings, improper shipping and handling practices, system design issues, poor installation practices, incorrect maintenance, and chemical attack.