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Car Buying Myths Debunked

A lot has changed with the automobile the last century, including how we buy them. There are many misconceptions about buying from a dealership that are based in tips that are outdated, yet we still follow many of them. Over the last decade the professional car buyer has emerged as a champion for...
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Most Drivers Fail To See Bicyclists And Pedestrians When Turning Right

Driving requires your full attention, but are we really giving it? For instance, when we are at a stop sign or turning left or right, are we distracted? Apparently many of us are in pedestrians and bicyclists are the victims. Researchers used eye-tracking equipment on drivers to see where they were...
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Drivers Not Trusting Automated Driving Cars Yet

When it comes to features that are important to new car shoppers, advance safety features rank high on the list while less enthusiastic about technology that drives for us. In a national survey of U.S. drivers planning on buying a new or used vehicle in the next two years, 51% said it was important...
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Leaving A Pet Inside An Unattended Car With A/C Running Is Still Dangerous

Earlier this week we talked about Forgotten Baby Syndrome, that attempts to explains why mindful parents forget their child in the car. Although we tend to think our pets are a little tougher than a toddler, pets should never be left in a hot car, even for a few minutes. Even on a fairly cool day,...
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Forgotten Baby Syndrome Can Happen To Anyone

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that on average a child dies from vehicular heatstroke every 10 days. While it is difficult for us to understand how a parent could leave their child in a hot car, according to an expert in cognitive neuroscience, it is more common than...
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Why You Should Wrap Your Car's Key Fob In Aluminum Foil

Today's cars, trucks and suv's are more computer than machine and while wireless connections have made starting and locking your vehicle more convenient, it also making it more convenient for thieves to steal your car right in your driveway! You key fob transmits a coded radio signal to your car to...
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Canines Can Get Car Sick Too

There is something about seeing a dog riding along in the car! Their head sticking out of the window, tongue flapping in the wind and their nose twitching at all the new smells. But not all dogs have an enjoyable experience because just like people, some dogs have trouble with motion sickness...
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Kitchens Are Being Used To Store Clothes!

We talked about how you can refresh your denim jeans with an overnight stay in the freezer but it appears more of our clothes are finding their homes in the kitchen instead of the bedroom! According to a recent survey, 15.4% of people said they use the inside of kitchen appliances like stoves and...
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Most Kids Are Not Safe In Car Seats

A scary recent report found that of 3,000 kids in car seats, 59% were strapped in unsafely. The study used surprised car seat inspections and found 36% of the car seats were not fitted properly to the vehicle, and a further 33% were found unsuitable for the children they carried, either the seat...
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Woman Falls In Love With Husband Again After Accident Erases Her Memory Of Him

A tragic and heartwarming story about low love prevails against the odds. This is the story of Angela and Jeff of Oklahoma. After Angela's husband passed away, she found romance with Jeff and the couple was married in 2000. TI seemed everything was going well for the couple until October 2013,...
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