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What to do in case of an accident

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Accidents are among the most stressful events that you can have to deal with. Even minor accidents can leave us with trembling hands and a heart that wants to beat out of our chests. After a collision, it can be hard to regain our senses, but here are some important things to remember after an accident. Before performing the steps ...

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It is spring, time to watch out for potholes

Spring is almost upon us, and that’s great news for many of us out there. On the other hand, spring also means warmer temperatures which translates into more potholes on our roads. You have probably begun to notice that the roads are getting worst every day, and unfortunately, that’s going to continue until this summer when they are worth repairing. ...

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Leasing or financing, how do you figure it out?

In the automotive world, the question of whether to finance or lease your next vehicle is undoubtedly complex and a source of anxiety for many new-vehicle buyers. Unfortunately, there is no easy answer and ultimately, what you do depends on your specific situation. Financing No question, it is more expensive to finance a vehicle that to lease it when looking ...

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How to improve your vehicle’s resale value

The resale value of a car is an important consideration for consumers, but it is rarely taken into account when the initial purchase of the car as new is made. It is when the time comes to sell the car that we realize that some elements that we could have added at the beginning could have made a significant impact ...

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The Can’t Miss List: U.S. Route 66

Whether it be from films like Pixar’s Cars, through sociological and historic study or through an interest in Americana, you’ve probably heard of Route 66. “The Mother Road”, as it was called, connects Chicago, IL and Los Angeles, CA and is really the first interstate the US ever saw. Motorists were sick of arriving at state lines only to find ...

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Driving in Winter: What not to do

We have already offered several tips for driving in winter since the cold first swept over us. In winter, it is imperative to be properly equipped starting with quality winter tires and also, it becomes very important that we change our driving habits in order to compensate for the ice and snow that covers our roads. That said, ensuring our ...

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