Transportation

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Mistakes to Avoid When Taking Care of a Car

Even as new car sales in the US slumped when the pandemic started, they soon went up in the fourth quarter due to strong consumer savings and lower interest rates. Overall, the sales were lower than the year before since the pandemic forced people to stay home to prevent the spread of the virus. Used

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Preparing Your Car for a Road Trip

Despite a recent surge in cases, many states across the country lifted restrictions on gatherings, mask-wearing, and travel. This allowed many people to go out of their homes and take their much-needed vacation after spending a good part of the last year at home. While some people considered traveling abroad, the Centers for Disease Control

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Overcoming Re-Entry Anxiety Over Travelling in a Post-Pandemic World

The pandemic left populations around the world with trauma. The past year has been a source of immense stress and anxiety. Although Australia escaped the worst of it, the strict lockdowns still left an ugly mark on everyone’s mental well-being. It still was tough to live through the pandemic as an Australian. Eventually, however, things

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Your Car Needs Wrapping Services, and Here’s Why

Owning a car is an asset. It has so many practical uses. For one, it’s a great form of transportation. It does away with all the hassles of public commuting. In addition, you have the flexibility and independence to go anywhere you are needed. You get the most use out of your car by driving

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Restoration Love: Things You Need to Restore Your Old Vehicles

Many Americans love their vehicles. May it be their truck, car, or motorcycle, they all love it equally. This love reaches a point where it seems that these vehicles have their own lives, and losing one would hurt as much as losing a friend or a parent. Some would do their best to salvage old

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Vehicles Fit for a Life on the Road

Mobile living is a very broad term. It could pertain to people living in a trailer park. It could also mean people who live in manufactured homes — homes that are built in factories and transported to the site where the owners would live. And, of course, it could also mean people who live in

Life on the Road: 4 Ways to Approach the Adventurous Lifestyle

Most people fashion themselves in the traditional way of life: graduate school, get a job, buy a house, start a family, and settle down. It proves to be one of the most stable and attainable lifestyles, practically because most of the people you know are taking the same route. However, others decide to take the

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Things to Do Before Moving into a Mobile Home

A few decades ago, especially in the 1960s, mobile homes were all the rage for young people. They were fresh out of high school or college. They were just starting out as professionals. There are many reasons why people would opt to live in a mobile home. But the biggest reason is that it’s much

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Road Trips on a Budget: How to Make It Work

It is normal for people to want to see the world. But even if you can’t afford a global tour now, you can go on a road trip to and from the other side of the coast. Yet, even road trips are not cheap. You have to pay for gas, food, and accommodation. Is there

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Handling Car and House Repairs in the Middle of a Pandemic

When was the last time you went to the garage for a car maintenance session? Is your due for a routine electrical checkup? With the coronavirus still at large, your car and home may not be getting the care it needs. Whether it be as basic as a car stereo installation, a quick faucet fix, or much-needed home

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