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August
2013

Every year, millions of people learn to drive for the first time. Unlike twenty years ago, the environmental damage of motoring is now well established, leading to marked changes in behavior from those conscious of their environmental responsibility. Even from the outset, new motorists are now increasingly aware of how and what they drive, with a view to minimizing their individual contribution to global warming. Through choosing a more economical vehicle and driving in a more fuel-cautious way, it is possible to lessen the impact of each car trip you make.

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08
July
2013

Driving your car with an eco-friendly attitude has never been more important than it is today. Not only does driving your car the smart way help towards reducing harm to the planet, but it will also help you save cash. Smarter driving means using less expensive fuel, which can contribute to global warming when it’s burned in an engine.

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19
March
2013

It seems that every day in our commute to work, spotting a hybrid vehicle is not uncommon. Sometimes we may even catch a glimpse of an electric car. But how green are American drivers compared to other nations? Continue reading for an answer and some explanations for your consideration.

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12
December
2012

What with global environmental concerns on the rise, and the improvement of green technology, people are starting to buy more hybrid vehicles. But there is a little green-eyed monster lurking in the trunk that we seldom consider before making a purchase. I am not talking about a Shakespeare reference to Othello but rather the little monster I speak of is the car insurance creature that tends to sink its fangs deeper into the meat of green vehicles.

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27
November
2012

There are lots of rumors about hybrid vehicles, and how different they are to insure compared with non-hybrid vehicles. You may have read somewhere that hybrids cost significantly more for car insurance compared with a non-hybrid counterpart, for a number of different reasons. This rumor simply isn’t true, and hybrid vehicles may even end up costly a lot less to get covered compared to any other car.

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29
May
2011

Many people who live in regional areas have good reason to have a dual-cab, […]

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21
January
2011

With Verizon getting the iPhone, industry experts are wondering how many people will leave […]

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15
December
2010

Film Answers that Question the Day Before Cars Arrive in Showrooms The day before […]

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