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  • What to Do After Buying a New Car

    Tuesday 19 February 2013

    Nothing can bring you down as you drive off the lot in your new car. As soon as you arrive at home and stack your paperwork on the counter, you are hit with the truth: You’ve got lots to do for this new purchase. First, congratulate yourself. Buying a new car is an exciting decision and a large commitment. If you want to stand outside admiring your car for an hour, now is the acceptable time. Now it is time to get to work. Here are some basic steps you’ll take after y... read more

  • What to say when buying a new car

    Thursday 14 February 2013

    Everyone has theories about how to buy a new car. Negotiating with the car dealer gets a lot of buzz. We hear about what you should not say to a dealer, but isn’t it easier to focus on what you should say? We made a list of things to tell your dealer that will help you get the best price and the best service on your new car. “I’m not buying today” Don’t be afraid to tell the salesperson that you won’t be buying a car on your first visit to the dealership. Test dr... read more

  • Halloween Safety Tips for Parents and Teens

    Saturday 20 October 2012

    Halloween is one holiday that can be either incredibly innocent and fun or completely reckless and dangerous, especially for teenagers. Once kids have outgrown the trick-or-treating days of dressing up like their favorite cartoon characters, they often develop a spirit of adventure that leads them into trouble on the most famous night for pranks, stunts and general mayhem. Thus, when it comes to making sure their teens stay safe on October 31, it’s important to talk with them about the... read more

  • The Power of Parenting

    Wednesday 26 September 2012

    There’s good news for the American family. According to a study conducted by two economists from the University of California, San Diego, the amount of time parents are spending with their kids today has risen dramatically when compared to earlier generations. The study, which analyzed how Americans used their time during different periods from 1965 to 2007, revealed that, since the mid-1990s, the level of parental involvement with their children had almost doubled for both men and wome... read more

  • Teenage Driving: What To Do After an Accident

    Thursday 13 September 2012

    Whether we want it to happen or not, it’s a real threat. Due to the number of car crashes among teenagers in America, it’s a very real possibility that your son or daughter may wind up being involved in one of the more than six million car crashes that take place in the United States every year, many of which are caused by or involve young men and women who are just learning the rules of the road. Of course, we hope this never happens to your child and that this blog post never... read more

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