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To Avoid Burns, Don’t Forget to Wear Sunscreen in the Car

To Avoid Burns, Don’t Forget to Wear Sunscreen in the Car

Everyone knows to wear sunscreen during a long day at the beach, but should you wear sunscreen in the car? If your skin is going to be exposed by the sun’s UV rays for any amount of time, it’s always a good idea to stay protected. And unfortunately, most vehicles do not provide the protection necessary. While windshields themselves are actually quite good at blocking UV rays–impeding about 100% of UVB rays and 98% of UVA rays–side and rearview windows…

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How to Deal with Road Rage

How to Deal with Road Rage

We’ve all experienced those brief moments of anger at somebody else’s bad driving, or experienced anger targeted at us. But it’s important to keep our road rage in check to avoid unnecessary accidents. How to Deal with Your Own Road Rage: If you get angry at someone else’s driving, deal with road rage by first recognizing that you’re getting angry. Take some deep breaths to try to calm down; if that doesn’t work, pull over. It might be best to…

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Debunking Traffic Ticket Myths

Debunking Traffic Ticket Myths

Debunking the many traffic ticket myths you have heard over the years could very well mean the difference between getting a $250 fine and being let off with a mere warning. Never ask to see the radar! There is a certain myth that says you have a right to see the radar gun when pulled over for speeding. Not only is this completely untrue, asking to see it may even aggravate the officer. You must pay a ticket issued in…

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Before You Get Stuck, Check Out These Tips for Driving in the Snow!

Before You Get Stuck, Check Out These Tips for Driving in the Snow!

When the snowy weather starts to pick up, it’s easy to assume you can avoid driving when there’s precipitation on the road. But what if you leave when the roads are clear, and quickly find yourself in the midst of a downfall? Here are some tips for driving in the snow to help you out: Slow down immediately. Some of the most dangerous, icy conditions occur right as the snowfall begins–especially if black ice begins to form on the road….

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Caring for Your Car’s Paint

Caring for Your Car’s Paint

Whether your car is brand new or old news, protecting your car’s paint is integral to keeping it looking well-taken care of and new for as long as possible. Your car’s paint takes the brunt of the elements – from the salt associated with winter to the harmful UV rays of summer – so don’t skimp when it comes to caring for your car’s paint. UV protection. Luckily, the paint on your new car is designed to take on the…

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