Is car reliability a myth?

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A myth, really? If you ask me a car is either reliable or not, period. Or that’s what I thought. The more I thought about it, the more it hit me that yes a car’s reliability is heavily dependent on the manufacturer and of course on what you pay for it, however, if a car is well maintained it will stay reliable for long time. Confused? Not to worry, keep on reading.

As I’ve told you before, I used to have ...

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Veterans in the trucking industry

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The veterans who were active or reserve members of the US Military have been having a hard time returning to civilian life and finding a new career. According to The Washington Post, since 2001 around 2.4 million members of the US armed forces are no longer serving in the military, and the number of veterans is expected to increase by 1 million over the next 4-5 years. The veterans’ readjustment to civilian life is getting very challenging.

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Should I idle my car to warm it up?

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Should you or shouldn’t you? This is the question. Many articles have been written about this topic. Some suggest you to warm it up before driving in the winter, while others  say you don’t have to do that. The more you read about this topic the more confused you get and you keep asking yourself: Which one is the right thing to do? What should I do?

Well, I hope that by the end of this article you will have all ...

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Moving to Los Angeles Guide

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As with any move, planning and researching is essential, if you want to establish yourself well in the place and to actually be better off compared to where you are now. After all, isn’t this one of the reasons why you decided to move to Los Angeles on the first place?

I am not going to lie to you – Los Angeles can be expensive, especially when it comes to renting a place – you might have to stretch your dollar ...

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Do we like nice guys with cars? Or guys with nice cars?

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Are women more attracted to sports cars or muscle trucks, classics or efficient hybrids? Sometimes I wonder whether a woman chooses to date the basketball player himself or his Mercedes McLaren SLR722 and its forward-swinging doors.

Or are the scratches on her man’s Jeep Wrangler Unlimited a sign of roughness and masculine power, or simply an indication of negligence? Do we find the Brazilian soccer player Neymar sexier since we know that he drives an Audi R8? ...

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Trips that will teach you something…

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It’s my birthday today and as on any other birthday, I start thinking – is this where I thought I would be, have I been to all the places I was planning to go by now, have I learned something?! And, of course, as with any other birthday all this thinking actually makes me sad rather than happy. We always have this idea about ourselves that somehow puts us below our own expectations and we don’t realize how different the ...

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What are some of the pros and cons of self-driving cars and trucks?

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How do you feel about the idea of self-driving vehicles? Are you looking forward to autonomous driving? Or does the idea of relying on a piece of software to drive you around make you feel uncomfortable? If you are like me, wary of self-driving cars, then maybe learning more about the new technology will give peace of mind.

In this post, join me as I delve into the autonomous tech and explore the pros and cons of self-driving cars and trucks.

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Driver’s Education in the United States is Broken

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Whenever I hear about a car crash, I can’t help but think about the tragic death of one of my high school classmates, over 5 years ago. He died in a car accident after leaving a Christmas party. He was 18 years old and he was driving under the influence of alcohol. Yes, he was drunk and he was only 18 years old.

For decades the US has been an example for the entire world with their laws not allowing people ...

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Getting comfortable on the road after a car crash

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More than 6 million traffic accidents occur each year in the United States.  Hopefully, you will never be involved in a car accident (because you are a careful driver), but it is always smart to know how to react in case you do end up in an accident. It doesn’t have to be your fault. There are plenty of careless drivers who don’t care about their life or other people’s lives, and also sometimes the weather ...

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Should you be worried about air pollution?

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Let me put it this way – how can you not be?

Here are some of the facts…

Climate change, aka Global Warming, is due to human created pollution; 96% of the cities in China fail environmental probes; air pollution spreads with the wind and does not pay attention to border restrictions nor distance; air pollution is the main cause for lung cancer; air pollution costs governments billions of dollars each year; according to the World ...

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