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Don’t Wait Until You’re Divorced to Understand Your Financial Situation
What used to completely paralyze me with fear, now makes me feel empowered. Finances aren’t so nerve-wracking when you hold the power to reduce your debt.
Oh Hello, Hives. We Weren’t Expecting You.
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The automotive technology that can help after you've been in an accident.
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An inside look at how a vehicle manufacturer uses crash test dummies to keep you and your family safe.
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Are You One Of The 86% Whose Headrest Position Is Wrong?
The Insurance Bureau of Canada found that only 14% of drivers have their headrests properly adjusted. Here are the three steps to ensure yours is correct.
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Know Someone Who Really Stands Out In Your Community?
Nominate that special person in your life today and encourage him or her to keep bringing "shineness" into everyone's lives!
Dear Front Seat Passenger: Don't Sit Back Like This
Dear Front Seat Passengers: It may be comfortable to lean back and relax your feet on the dash but there's a very good reason you should never do this.
Car Accident: Worried You Didn't Get Enough Info?
As we all know, accidents happen. Print a copy of this post and keep it in your glovebox. It'll be one more thing you can do to be prepared, just in case.
There's No Excuse for an Unsafe Vehicle
None of these motorists woke up predicting they would be confronted with a transport truck falling from an overpass and landing in their path.
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