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Guide To Child Car Safety

Guide To Child Car Safety

There's no doubt you would do everything in your power to keep your kids safe when riding in vehicles. Or is there? While you may believe you're using child restraints appropriately, in reality, 73% of car child restraints aren't ...

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Is Diesel Better Than Gasoline?

Is Diesel Better Than Gasoline?

Diesel engines are fuel efficient with the potential to travel for hundreds of miles with out refueling. Though it may not be the most sough after technology for consumers, there is a lot of potential for the future of ...

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DUI Statistics Uncovered

DUI Statistics Uncovered

People drink and drive every day. When are they most likely to be on the road? How do you spot them? Check out the infographic below to find out.

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The Death of Automobile Designs

The Death of Automobile Designs

Many carmakers have made popular models and enjoyed a great deal of success throughout history. This isn't t say those same carmakers didn't suffer same sort of failure on at least on of their models.

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Driving Around The World

Driving Around The World

Traffic laws in the United States adapt to ensure public safety for all drivers. Abroad, traffic laws can vary for those we are familiar with, but they all have the same objective to warrant driver and passenger safety.

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Faulty GPS

When Following the GPS Goes Wrong

October 7th, 2013 by

“I’d follow you anywhere!” That’s fine to say to your sweetheart, but these days, more and more people are saying it to their GPS…and it’s getting them into some dangerous situations. Just a few days ago, a bug in the Apple Maps program sent a few drivers across an Alaskan airport runway used by 737 [...]

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Texting a Distracted Driver

Don’t Be a Distraction: Texting a Driver May Make You Legally Liable

September 19th, 2013 by

OK, so we all know it’s dangerous to text and drive, and in most states it’s actually illegal. Cops can pull you over for using your phone behind the wheel. Some can even check to see if you were texting before having an accident. But still, distracted driving is at the heart of more and [...]

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Car Museums Across the U.S.

Car Museums Across the U.S.

May 21st, 2013 by

Car collections are a way to share other people’s passions, fuel your own, and become more educated about your favorite vehicles. For those who don’t have access to personal collections, car museums offer the opportunity to learn not only about the mechanics of vehicles, but their history as well. Petersen Automotive Museum – Los Angeles, [...]

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How to Prepare to Sell Your Car

How to Prepare to Sell Your Car

May 14th, 2013 by

You’ve gotten your car detailed and placed ads to sell it. What happens when you actually get a buyer? You have a few tasks to take care of before you make the handoff to the new owner. Before the Sale Credit: janetmck w/CC License First, completely clean out your car. Buyers don’t want to sit [...]

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International Car Insurance and Travel

International Car Insurance and Travel

May 7th, 2013 by

Passport? Check. Airline ticket? Check. Hotel reservation? Check. Car insurance? You may not be aware of insurance rules and regulations in foreign countries. The U.S. State Department says more than a “million people are killed in road accidents every year.” Since many of these accidents occur overseas[CE1] , you must remain vigilant when driving abroad, [...]

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Super Cars of World Leaders

Super Cars of World Leaders

April 30th, 2013 by

Important people require important cars, and some of the most important people in the world have invested huge amounts of money in what could easily be called “super cars.” These are vehicles that go above and beyond the average mode of transport. Since the Kennedy assassination, care has been taken to keep presidents, religious figures, [...]

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A Guide to Microcars

A Guide to Microcars

April 23rd, 2013 by

Microcars have been gaining popularity in recent years, but also have a surprisingly rich history. They now occupy a significant portion of the automobile industry in both the U.S. and Europe, and may very well be the cars of the future. [1]

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The Battle of the Police Super Cars

The Battle of the Police Super Cars

April 16th, 2013 by

In 2013, the projected budget for United States state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies is $2 billion, which is an increase of $375.6 million from the year before. [1] The English and Welsh police force is the most expensive in the world [2], costing an estimated £4,808,807,759 or $7,568,340,000 from 2010-2011. [3] Surprisingly, some [...]

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Manual Versus Automatic Transmissions

Manual Versus Automatic Transmissions

April 9th, 2013 by

Traditionally, manuals were more popular than automatics- they were cheaper to buy and maintain, fun to drive, and got better fuel economy. Is that still the case?

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The State of the Car Buying Market

The State of the Car Buying Market

April 2nd, 2013 by

Car companies are constantly trying to encourage consumers to purchase new cars with incentives and there are a growing number of cars selling under MSRP. Not only are consumers asking if they should buy a car, but more importantly if now is a good time.

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