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How to Choose the Best Vehicle for a Teen Driver

How to Choose the Best Vehicle for a Teen Driver

Do you have a child who is approaching driving age? If so, you might be asking yourself, “What’s the best vehicle for a teen driver?” We have the answer… No High Performance A performance vehicle with lots of quickness–and we are talking more than 300 horsepower–is probably not a good idea for a teen driver. Performance vehicles normally have touchier throttles and this can be unwieldy for a teen. On the other hand, an old beater that can’t get out…

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Sharing the Road with Motorcycles: Tips for Safety

Sharing the Road with Motorcycles: Tips for Safety

Now that spring is in the air and warmer weather is on the way, motorcycles are bound to be on the road more than ever. That makes it important to understand the dangers of sharing the road with motorcycles, for both drivers and bikers. According to eSurance, motorcycles generally conform to the same traffic safety laws as car. That means in most states, lane sharing, speeding, etc. are still illegal for bikers. They do, however, lack safety devices like seat…

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Stop Warming Up Your Car This Winter and Just Drive

Stop Warming Up Your Car This Winter and Just Drive

Do you like your car to be nice and toasty before you leave for the day? Do you hold the belief that your car needs some time to “warm up” if it’s less than 32 degrees Fahrenheit outside? If so, you’re probably one of the many drivers guilty of idling their car in the winter to warm it up, which is widely considered a necessity for it to run properly. But in truth, this practice is entirely unnecessary, harmful to…

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Winter Money Saving Tips and Tricks for the Coldest Months

Winter Money Saving Tips and Tricks for the Coldest Months

Looking to save energy this season? As the temperatures drop, it’s more tempting than ever to bring up the heat – but that will have serious implications when you get your first energy bill! Check out these winter money saving tips to monitor your spending this season: Turn your thermostat down to somewhere around 68 degrees. Reduce the length of those extra hot showers, and/or lower your shower temperature. Make sure there are no leaks in your home, likely around…

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