Understanding Your Car’s Cooling System

It’s hot in Death Valley. The average high temperature in July is 116 degrees Fahrenheit. Nearly everyone will agree that the middle of a desert is no place to experience a problem with your car’s cooling system, but neither is a busy downtown intersection. Whether you’re broiling in rush-hour stop-and-go or racking up the interstate…

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Car Care: Springtime Check Up

Shake off the dust and rust and get ready for nicer weather With winter nearly over and warmer weather on the horizon, it’s time to start thinking about getting your automobile back into shape. Cold weather and poor road conditions wreak havoc on your vehicle, both inside and out, so here are some helpful suggestions…

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Common Energy Myths — Debunked

As a property of physics, energy in and of itself is not easy to understand. Rumors swirl about energy usage within the home, its cost and what it means to “save” it. It’s much easier for homeowners and consumers to take the claims at face value instead of doing the necessary research. To help set…

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Auto Insurance Savings

Insure.com released the results of a survey of ways to save on auto insurance.  Good students (under age 25) can garner some the richest discounts around. Marital status and low annual mileage also ranked highest for average savings. But the amounts can vary widely, with some auto insurance companies offering savings topping 25 percent while…

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5 things that can hurt your credit score

If you’re living in the US, your credit score is like your lifeline – something so essential; it determines whether or not you can have access to insurance, a new car or a house. And so, the importance of the credit score can never be understated. There are however ways in which consumers unknowingly harm…

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