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Ways to enjoy your drive

Driving tips to make your drive more enjoyable

The average American commutes 26.1 miles one-way to work each day, resulting in 5 hours spent on the road weekly. We've gathered some tips to help you make your drive more enjoyable and to share the road with other drivers more harmonious...
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Insurance coverage, demystified!

In the state of Ohio, you are required by law to have liability insurance, or to provide a financial responsibility statement. If you have a loan on your vehicle or lease one, your financial company will require you to have full coverage insurance. Many people are confused by the differences in insurance types, so we are here to help clarify what types of insurance are available for your ride, and what is required by law (or your financial company).
 
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Top 10 Reasons For Break-downs

Even vehicles that are exceptionally well-maintained can suffer from a break down. Why? Because they’re not always the driver or owner’s fault. Some of the most common break down reasons are due to road hazards. Here are the top ten most common types of break downs you’re likely to experience sooner or later:
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Can you drive a stick shift? If you can’t, you should read this.

Most vehicles manufactured today are built with automatic transmissions. In other words, as you build up speed in your vehicle, you don’t have to switch the driveline into a different gear to handle the speed, the vehicle does it automatically. Some transmissions don’t even use different gears anymore; they’re called Constant Velocity Transmissions (CVT) and they don’t shift as the car builds speed. In a manual transmission (or stick shift) vehicle, you’re in total control of what gear is used and when. If you don't know how to drive a stick shift, you should…

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Losing your grip? How to tell if your brakes are broke!

Brakes that perform poorly can not only make driving a hassle, it makes it exceptionally dangerous. It’s easy for a lot of people to not realize how bad their brakes have gotten, though. Since they wear out very gradually, you won’t notice a sudden change in the way they perform. You adjust your driving style right along with the decreasing brake performance. That can make it very tricky to actually know when your brakes have become dangerous. However, there are ways you can clue into what’s going on with your brakes and we list them below.
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