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June 1, 2008, No comments

Summertime Driving Put your vehicle through a number of checks before hitting the road Summer is travel time, but the last thing you want is to be broken down on …

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More than Bug Catchers | Auto, May 2008

May 1, 2008, No comments

More than Bug Catchers Windshields support the safety restraint system, including airbags When its comes to safety features on your car, you probably ...

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Steer Clear | Auto, April 2008

April 1, 2008, No comments

Steer Clear Avoid driving safety hazards brought on by spring showers When it comes to tricky driving situations, you likely think of winter as the mo ...

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Lease or Buy? | Auto, March 2008

March 1, 2008, No comments

Lease or Buy? Consider your options before getting behind the wheel of a new car So you’re looking to get a new car. If you’re like most p ...

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    Under Pressure | Auto, February 2008
    February 1, 2008, No comments

    Under Pressure Newly required system warns drivers of improperly inflated tires If you’re like most motorists, it can be easy to take your tires for granted. You jump in your ...

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    Need a Tuneup? | Auto, January 2008
    January 1, 2008, No comments

    Need a Tuneup? Advances in technology make determining whether service is required difficult When it comes to your car, two services generally are considered the heart of automotive maintenance: the ...

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    Dwindling Choices | Auto, October 2007
    October 1, 2007, No comments

    Dwindling Choices Technological advances may be cutting your options for vehicle repair It’s no secret Whether you’re looking for a restaurant, a grocery store or department store, it’s always nice ...

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    New or Used? | Auto, September 2007
    September 1, 2007, No comments

    New or Used? Consider all your options when purchasing your next car Most women enjoy shopping, but when it comes to buying a car, many find it more nerve-wracking than ...