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Nationwide Insurance® Infographics
What's Your Sign?
Find out what your astrological sign says about your driving.
The Real Cost of Road Congestion
How much time do you spend stuck in traffic each year? See how traffic jams directly impact your wallet.
Fire Prevention Tips
Use these cooking fire safety tips to help keep your kitchen safe.
Hurricane Preparedness Tips
Find out how to keep your family and belongings safe when a big storm rolls in.
Tailgating in the U.S.
Learn the history of tailgating, the biggest party in the country and the most popular tailgating games.
Prevent Frozen Pipes
Learn 5 tips to keep your water flowing when the temperature drops.
The Race to Work
Compare the speeds of popular winter sports against a car traveling on a snowy highway. Find out who gets to the office first.
Space Heater Safety
Apply 6 simple tips to insure your space heater keeps you warm, toasty and safe.
Tornado Safety Tips
Did you know the average cost of home damage from a tornado is $24,000? Find out how to prepare for severe weather.
RV Safety Tips
Before you hit the road on your next getaway, make sure you and your vehicle are protected.
Nationwide Bank® Infographics
History of the FDIC
Get the history of the organization that protects the money you deposit in a bank.
Historical Prices of Gasoline
Take a look back to a time when gas was 30 cents per gallon and a pair of jeans was $5.
College Student Spending Habits
Find out how much the average college student earns, and how much (or little) is spent on school.
How We Celebrate Thanksgiving
From first Thanksgiving facts to Black Friday retail sales, increase your knowledge of this holiday season.