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Media post: 6 Tips for an Extended Road Trip

Image via Flickr by abhisawa Going on an extended road trip? The best tips for staying safe and having an enjoyable time will largely depend on whether you're traveling alone or with friends, family, or colleagues. Keep reading for tips that apply to various road trip scenarios. Traveling By Yourself Keep…

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Media post: How do we sell a used car

How do we sell a used car? Any potential buyer who has money is acceptable. However, it is advisable to drive to a second-hand car dealer and seek out an excellentprice. Any dealer will try to buy it at the lowest price possible so they can resell it to get…

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Media post: Becoming Part of the Grid

One of the biggest issues that electric utilities face is that of capacity, in other words, how to deal with peak power demand. Here’s an example of how this works: Suppose if during the middle of the summer, when air conditioning use is ultrahigh, a utility power plant needs to…

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Media post: 5 Auto Insurance Myths

According to a recent survey of 1,000 adults, most Americans have only a basic understanding of how automobile insurance works. And, many drivers have bought into many of the myths that float around. In this article, we will look at five of the more common myths. Myth 1: If your…

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Media post: Lets Play: What’s My Leak?

Today’s cars and trucks use a lot of fluids. You have radiator coolant, brake fluid, engine oil, power steering fluid and windshield-washing solution. While automotive engineers work hard to keep these fluids inside their respective systems, we all know that sometimes they end up on the floor. And thats when…

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Media post: Donating Your Car

The giving season is quickly coming upon us, and with it, thoughts drift to those less fortunate than us. The Salvation Army rings its bells, schools run competitions for your local Food Banks, and the radio may begin playing ads to donate your vehicle to charity programs such as Kars…

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Media post: Have Your Car Work For You!

Getting your driver’s license is synonymous with getting a first job, but young adults are already busier than ever attempting to uphold their school, activities, and possible volunteer work. Thankfully, modern technology has lent to accommodating your busy schedule better than any part-time job you might find at a traditional…

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Media post: Guide to Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

In 2001, the Department of Transportation (DOT) passed the Transportation Recall Enhancement Accountability and Documentation (TREAD) act. The details of the law are many but one thing it required was that all vehicle manufacturers install a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) warning device on vehicles that weighed less than 10,000 lb.…

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