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When choosing a car for a teenage driver, you have got to keep safety in mind. Sure, we would all love to go out and buy a $500 clunker for our teens to drive, but will that car keep our teens safe as they learn to master the many skills of driving? I created this blog to help other parents identify cars that will keep their teens as safe as possible while driving out on their own. I have studied and researched to find all of the safety features that will provide optimum safety for our teens during their early days of driving and beyond.

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3 Features To Consider When Buying A Truck
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3 Features To Consider When Buying A Truck

Shopping for a truck can often be a great time, but it can also be a bit confusing when it comes to trying to decide which truck you should get and which accessories to look for. Listed below are just a few of the features to look for when buying a truck and how they can benefit you. Consider A Backup Camera An absolutely vital feature to look for if you are in the market for a truck is a backup camera. Read More 

In The Market For A Used Car? 3 Ways To Avoid Buying Someone Else’s Headache

Each time you purchase a car, you're making a big investment – regardless of the price you're paying. Whether your budget will allow for a top-of-the-line new car or a lower-priced used car, you're still investing your hard-earned money. Because of that, you need to make sure that you're getting your money's worth. The last thing you want is to have your car break down shortly after purchasing it. If you're going to be purchasing a used car, here are three easy strategies you can use to avoid buying someone's headache. Read More 

Dread The Thought Of Shopping For Your Next Vehicle? Could A Haggle-Free Dealer Be The Solution?

If you've decided that this is the year you'll finally trade in your current vehicle for your next one, you may already be poring over trim options and colors for your most-loved makes and models. However, if you're not a fan of haggling in general, or if you're constantly rankled at the thought of another consumer who may be able to obtain the same product at a lower price than you simply through their superior negotiating skills, you could find shopping for a new (or new-to-you) vehicle to be a frustrating process. Read More