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Fun 4 Gator Kids Touch a Truck 2018

Join Fun 4 Gator Kids Community Giving, Food4Kids Backpack Program of North Florida and Gainesville Fire Rescue on September 22nd, 2018 for the 9th Annual Fun 4 Gator Kids’ Touch-A-Truck event! Smaller children are invited to quiet hour from 9am to 10am so they can enjoy the vehicles without the...
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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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Surprise Your Child With A New Activity Hourly On Long Travel Trips

: Long car trips can be exhausting for adults and torture if you have small children. For those who haven't quite grasped the understanding of sitting for hours in the car or whose attention span isn't fully developed you may be tempted to give them a book bag full of toys and activities. This is a...
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Dirtiest Parts Of Your Car

How clean is your car? It's probably not as clean as you think according to a study that swabbed 20 inside parts of a car. Surprisingly the least dirtiest place is the most touched. The steering wheel was one of the most germ-free areas swabbed. In fact the seatbelt button and hand brake were...
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Do You Turn On Your Car's Parking Lights When You Park?

So what are the parking lights on your car used for? Your car has them but do you remember the last time you used them? The flasher or hazard light setting covers your car if it becomes disabled on the roadway. Headlights light the way at night and taillights makes sure no one runs into you at...
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Inside Look How Auto Insurance Companies Create Rates

There is so much information about you that goes into your automobile insurance. Of course your driving record, type of car and miles you drive can affect the premiums, but you may not know that education, credit score and even weather can too? It's called nondriving factors and it can make a big...
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Vehicles That Are A Better Bargain Buying New Instead Of Used

Usually you can get a better deal by purchasing a used car instead of a new one because of the depreciation. But that not a universal statement especially for some cars and trucks. While the average new cars loses about 34% of its value the second you drive them off the lot, others actually are a...
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Should You Warm Up Your Car Nor Not?

With some of the coldest weather in recent memory there's a good chance you've ventured out and started your car to "let it warm up" before leaving for work. It begs the questions, does your car need to be warmed up. Depends who you ask. If you ask your mom or dad, they probably said yes. But today...
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Tips On Transporting Your Christmas Tree Home Safely

O' Christmas Tree, O' Christmas Tree, how do we get you from the lot to our home? It's an easy question for those with a truck or van but for those with cars, it's a daunting task. AAA estimates that 20 million Americans who bought a real Christmas tree in the last three years didn’t properly...
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