Hanging Around The Garage

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When you enter your garage, you don’t want to see tools all over the counters or on the floor and nuts and bolts everywhere. Fortunately, there are a few ways that you can organize your garage so that there is order to it no matter what you’re fixing or putting together. A garage cabinet is among the easiest options for organization. Since cabinets come in a range of sizes, you can find the ones that are large enough for all of the tools that you use and for all of the items that you need to store that you don’t want to keep inside your home. Tall cabinets with shelves are an option to consider for lawn tools that you don’t want to get knocked over or for clothing that you want to wear while working in the garage. Make sure you label the outside of the cabinets so that you know what is in each one instead of searching through all of them to find what you need.

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What To Look for in a Green Car

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If you’ve got the desire (and the money) to buy a green car, you’ve got plenty of options to choose from. As you’re exploring your options, it’s good to know what truly makes a car green. Such knowledge goes a long way in better ensuring you find just what you’re looking for.

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Ford Wants to Build a Smart Police Car That Will Hunt Law Breakers Autonomously

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Is the future freaking you out? Do the prospects of robots taking over the earth scare you? Well then, this following bit will be even more unnerving. In the future police cars will be chasing bad (and good) drivers all on their own, which means the police will be more effective through elimination of the human factor. A police officer will not be needed to write you a ticket. Instead, these smart police cars will do everything themselves.

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My teen is driving; Now what?

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When you’re teaching your teen to drive and helping them through driver education, getting that coveted license seems like the light at the end of the tunnel. That’s what you’ve been working towards together, but it’s important to remember that once they pass the test, your work isn’t over. There’s still plenty of work to be done during the first few years of your teen’s driving experience to make sure that they continue to form good habits and stay safe behind the wheel. Read on to check out some of our tips and advice for parents of new drivers!

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Is “detailing” different from a car wash? Why should I get it done?

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Yes! Detailing is different from a regular car wash. While running your car through a car wash can certainly have it looking clean, and these days some automated washes even offer wax treatments, a thorough detailing will go far beyond this. A traditional detail treatment cleans your car inside and out, and pats much closer attention to the details, from brake calipers and lug nuts to the smallest plastic, rubber, and metal accents. Don’t get us wrong- if you’ve got a hot date tonight and only have half an hour to spare, run by that drive-thru car wash and spiff up your ride. For real deep clean, though, that will have your car feeling just like new, a thorough detailing at least a few times a year is the only way to go.

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