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The Most And Least Stolen Cars

You may want to find an extra-secure place to park your Dodge Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcat. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Highway Loss Data Institute says the Dodge muscle cars are the most stolen vehicle in America with 5 times the theft rate of the average car. Closely...
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Is It Safe To Use Cruise Control When It Is Raining?

You car's cruise control can be a lifesaver on a long road trip. But when it starts to rain, is it a good idea to keep the cruise control on or off? There has been an Internet story that has been circulating for a while that shares the story of a car that began to hydro-plane when it was raining...
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Packing Your Car For A Road Trip

Time to load up the Family Truckster and hit the road! Not so fast! Space in your vehicle isn't unlimited and you got to leave enough room for yourself and your passengers along with everyone's stuff! So pack your car, truck, SUV or van smartly by limiting the amount of snacks. An essential part of...
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Hidden Key Fob Feature And How To Find You Car With Your Chin

New cars are more computer than machines which mean there are a slew of advanced technologies including the key fob. Instead of looking for a key to unlock and start your car, a simple press of a button does it all in a split second. But did you know there are some hidden features? While most of...
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Pedestrians Killed By Vehicles Highest In Nearly 30 Years

Some good reasons to put away your phone when walking along the sidewalk as a new report estimates the number of people hit and killed by a vehicle climbed to its highest level in nearly 30 years with Florida leading the nation in fatalities . Data reviewed by the Governors Highway Safety...
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Are Car Headlights Getting Too Bright?

Driving at night has become an eyesore with headlights. With the advancement of lighting technology it would appear to anyone on the road at night that headlights are getting brighter, which is good for the driver but bad for vehicles caught in the glare that is blinding. The National Highway...
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Older Car Headlight Not As Bright And Potentially Dangerous

An alarming new report is out from the American Automobile Association (AAA) says older vehicles headlights are not as bright as they once were, causing you to see less and be seen harder at night. Over time, the plastic coating on headlights can become so clouded or yellowed that they give off...
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Safety Features You Should Opt For When Buying A New Car

With Labor Day two weeks away it is becoming obvious that 2018 is coming to an end. For car dealers that means they're under pressure to sell remaining current year models. The good news for you is today's cars have more safety features than ever, however the features and gadgets offers can be...
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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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Bear Get Itself Trapped Inside Unlocked SUV

Florida is known for alligators making appearances in neighborhoods but not so much for bears locking themselves inside a SUV. It's what happened to a Longwood family last Saturday night when Rikki Koberg-Perrero said she hear loud noises and banging outside her home. Beyond shocked when she...
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