Pregnant? You’re More Likely to be in a Car Crash

A new Canadian study reveals that a woman is more at risk of being in a serious car accident during her 2nd trimester of pregnancy. Researchers discovered that compared with pre-pregnancy, a woman’s risk of being in a traffic accident in her second trimester of pregnancy jumped 42 percent. During the third trimester, it dropped […]

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How Valuable Your Vehicle Is in Times of Financial Crisis

Selling your car might seem like a wise move when you’re experiencing a financial crisis and in some cases it might actually be. However, as a general rule it will prove advantageous to hold onto your car for the time being because your vehicle is very valuable in times of financial duress.

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Tips When Using an RV Rental for Business Travel

Although not the most common business travel vehicle, it isn’t out of the ordinary for businesspeople to use recreational vehicles (RVs) for business travel with many entrepreneurs travelling the country in RVs they own themselves and claim expenses on – Yes, that’s right, you can claim the expense of using an RV for business travel […]

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Renting Before You Buy: The New Millennial Trend

Turns out, millennials are actually a little more interested in buying cars than previously believed. This crowd that we thought to be stuck on smarts phones and social media instead of caring about cars were actually just holding out to do some hands on research before they bought. Come to find out, millennials have been […]

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Dodge Set to Offer 2014 Dodge Durango Police Vehicles

Once a fairly unnoticed niche in the auto industry, special police vehicles get the star treatment by the mainstream when they are unveiled. In recent years, automakers have invested a lot of time and marketing into their police models, an area of the market once overlooked.

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Younger Generations Want Cars, Tech-Savvy Greens Ones That Is…

For a few years now, automakers have been scrambling to make a car that the gen-y crowd actually wants to drive. One study seems to have unlocked the code to making a vehicle that younger drivers want to buy, but it still doesn’t make complete sense. Apparently, what they want is a high-tech, green car […]

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Car Sales Lot

Low Pressure Auto Shopping? Yes Please!

Anyone who has ever gone shopping, or just browsing, knows that buying a car can be a high pressure ordeal. The moment you pull up into the car lot, you can see a group of very eager sale people arguing over who is (or who isn’t in some cases) going to approach you. When the […]

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1960 Karmann Ghia

8 Winter Storage Tips for Vintage or Classic Cars

Once Fall takes root, many vintage and classic car owners prefer to hibernate their pride and joy to steer clear of the worst of the cold winter weather. However, it’s good to keep in mind that cars are designed for regular use and leaving them dormant for too long may do more harm than good. […]

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