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Humans have been trying to predict the future since the beginning of time, but the new millennium that would begin in the year 2000 seemed to carry a bit more weight. As early as the 1890’s we saw people imagining what life would be like in the early aughts.
We all grow attached to our vehicles; it’s hard not to. They go through so much with you. If your car could talk, it’d probably have some pretty embarrassing/epic/sentimental open road stories to tell.
Every mom knows how a 5 minute ride down the road can easily turn into a crazy and testing adventure, and we’re sure everyone has lost their keys at some point or maybe even lost their whole car in the crazy mall parking lot.
With services like Uber and Lyft becoming more and more popular, it’s no surprise that many people consider using their personal cars and their free time to make some extra cash as a driver. But, there’s more to it than simply downloading an app and driving strangers to their destinations.
A recent survey done by Altman Vilandire & Company found that 60% of drivers in the U.S.
If you’re in the market for a car, one of the most popular options is to look at used cars. But, as with anything that’s had a previous owner, you might want to be particularly choosy about your set of wheels.
Every person who sells their car wants the best offer, right? That’s why sites like Craigslist attract a multitude of sellers. While selling a car on Craigslist can seem more lucrative than selling your car to a car dealer or through other means, it comes with risks and compromises.
We all know the benefits of biking to work instead of driving: it’s great exercise, it will wake you up and you’ll save money on gas. I can tell you all day WHY you should do it.
It’s officially 2017, and California residents have nearly a dozen new driving laws that they have to follow. While most states across the nation are rolling out new laws this January, California by far has the most regarding drivers. Planning on driving in the Golden State this coming year?