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Penny-wise and pound-foolish? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. So many of us think first about saving money and last about whether or not what we’re buying (or not buying) is a good deal. That goes for something as small as a bottle of laundry detergent or as big as a new car. If your laundry […]

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6 Obscure Ways to Lower Your Car Insurance

According to carinsurance.com, the average person gets into a car accident every 17.9 years. That means over the course of a typical lifetime, you will get into three or four accidents. Unfortunately, these accident situations can become quite complex and complicated. Determining who actually had the right of way or who is at fault can […]

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5 Warning Signs That Your Brakes Need To Be Checked

Out for a drive on a beautiful afternoon? The last thing you’re thinking about is whether or not your car is fully functioning. The birds are singing, the sky is blue and you’re having a wonderful time cruising along while tapping your fingers to the beat of your favorite tunes. Out of nowhere a car […]

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How to Save Money on Gas for Your Car – 20 Easy Ways

Recent data provided by the Energy Information Administration shows that the prices of gas have increased drastically since 2009, from as low as $1.83 a gallon to over $4.00 in some areas. There is no way to predict when prices may drop, or if they ever will. So, now that the cost of gas is […]

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Staying Safe on Labor Day

However you decide to get around this Labor Day, do it safely and have a good time! As the first national holiday after the Fourth of July, Labor Day is a long weekend where going to BBQ’s and parties is the norm. However, this often leads to individuals drinking too much and trying to drive […]

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More Scared of Flying than Driving? Think Again!

Last month it seemed that airplanes were falling out of the sky almost daily. In just eight short days, a Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down by a missile over Ukraine, a TranAsia plane crashed just before landing and an Air Algerie plane was lost in a dust storm. Combined, a total of 462 live […]

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Fastest Cars the Cops of the World Are Driving

Looking for a car that can outrun the cops? Here is what you are up against. Without a doubt, the police here in the United States patrol the roads, highways and interstates with some vehicles that have some serious muscle, a bunch of horses under the hood. However, Chargers and Mustangs and Crown Vics aren’t […]

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Quiz Time! Rate Your Road-Driving Skills

What happens when you hit the freeway ramp? 1. When driving, I like to: meditate or think about deep concepts while listening to my yoga CDs. (-1) shave my beard or mustache. (-2) shave my leg, armpits or other parts of the body. (-4) actually pay attention to the road. (5) 2. What do you […]

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How Technology Can Prevent Children From Being Left In Vehicles

As soon as the warmer months start to roll around, we’re constantly hearing the tragic news relating to infants and toddlers being left in vehicles with no air conditioning or adult supervision. As a result, many of these children die. Much of the time, a child being left in a car isn’t intentional. Instead, the […]

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Stress-Free Summer Travel Trips: Speed Traps and Trip Planning

Summer road trip anyone? If so, let’s do a quick run-down of the essential items that should be on your packing list! Bottled Water Snacks Gum Car Charger Kleenex Maps CDs/iPod GPS Cooler Toys/ Games for the kids (or adults) Paper Towels Disinfectant Spray/ Bug Spray Oh Yea, Don’t Forget A Vehicle Well this is […]

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New York Named The Best State For Teen Drivers

Wallethub recently named the State of New York as the state with the safest teen drivers. The study focused on 16 unique metrics within three categories. Those were Economic Environment, Driving Laws, and Safety Conditions. All 50 states were ranked using the same criteria. The state of New York led the nation in both driving […]

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Essential 10 Tips for Safe Driving (Especially for the 4th of July)

The first week of July, home to 4th of July weekend, is one of the busiest and most congested travel weekends of the entire year. Due to this extensive vacation traffic, it is also one of the most fatal. The Fourth of July evokes images of cracking barbecues, dazzling fireworks, joyous family reunions, and patriotic […]

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The Craziest Fans At The World Cup

Everybody likes to make fun of the Packers’ Cheeseheads and Seahawks diehard Hawk Daddy, but when it comes to crazy fans, soccer definitely surpasses American football. The World Cup offers excellent proof of this phenomenon. The stands are overflowing with drunken, rowdy and very loyal fans. Their combination of alcohol consumption and extreme loyalty often […]

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Auto Industry Experiences Record Number of Recalls Because of Air Bag Defect

Annual automotive recalls reached a new level on Monday when a massive recall of air bags was issued. Safety recalls exceeded 2013 levels during the first six months of 2014. The automotive industry is on alert to prevent safety problems from expanding without intervention. Defective explosive charges designed to inflate the air bags in automobiles […]

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