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If You Drive Slow, Stay to the Right

In General by Carl Durrek

While driving in the right lane may seem like the place where most drivers happen to be, if you think you’re going to cruise along at or below the speed limit in the left lane and not bother anyone, you’re sadly mistaken. The reality is you are getting in the way of many other drivers on the road when you …

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What’s in a Name?

In General by Lauren Gailli

There have been cars that look familiar to us and yet they come to use under different names than what we expect. In some cases this means the same brand rebadges the car as something else and then shows us the differences (GM was guilty of this and still is in many cases) or the car has made some transformations …

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Which Company Developed Your Transmission?

In Chevrolet, Ford, General by CQ Livingston

We’ve heard of companies collaborating on efforts to share technology and bring something new to the market, but rarely is this the case when dealing with direct competitors in the exact same market. For more than a decode though, Ford and Chevrolet have been working together or develop new transmissions and the six-speed you find in your vehicle today might …

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Do We Really Still Need a Taxi Service?

In General by Carl Durrek

The yellow taxi cab has been part of the large city American landscape for many years and so are popular variations of the service in large cities around the world. These cars have served to haul rides from origin to destination safely for a long time but now the entire taxi industry faces a certain competitor that could mean the …

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Adding to the Distraction of Drivers; Let’s Don’t

In General by Nathan Ehinger

There have been rumors swirling in some states that have drivers concerned they are going to be ticketed for driving even one mph over the posted speed limit. While police officers are well within their rights to ticket even for this small infraction, it makes much more sense to monitor the flow of traffic and as long as it’s moving …

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Desperate Times

In General by Blaine Traber

The old saying “Desperate times call for desperate measures” is meant to motivate us when things get tough and it feels as if all the chips are down and the world is against us. When you’re backs against the wall and you have to fight your way to the next step or to come up out of the bottom of …

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Bucking the Trend

In General by Carl Durrek

There are several trends that happen in the world around us and many of us are more than happy to fall in line and follow along with exactly what we want to be able to drive. We love to have the latest smartphone to use, the clothing that’s in style, although this seems to be a circular trend, and we …

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You Think You Know; But You Don’t Know

In General by CQ Livingston

As much as the headline sounds like a challenge from a teenager who forgot you were one once, the reality is you might not know how to properly change your oil or have the tools needed to get the job done the right way. There are specifications you should adhere to in order to make sure your oil is changed …

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Shop for These Models When You Want to Save

In General by Lauren Gailli

What’s one area of your budget you’d love to save money on? Actually, we’d like to save money in all areas of our budget, but when it comes to the cost of insurance, we’re looking to have the lowest rates possible for the coverage we need. Statistically, most of us don’t get into very many accidents, which mean we’re paying …

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Your Turbocharged Engine May Receive a Price Break, Eventually

In General by Jesseb Shiloh

The proliferation of turbocharged engines on the market today have helped increase power and fuel mileage at the same time in many vehicles. Over the past few years this has made it possible for automakers to use smaller engines with turbochargers to offer lighter vehicles that have similar numbers to the older larger engines. Unless you drive a high end …