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Car-Packing Strategies for a Road Trip

Car-Packing Strategies for a Road Trip

Americans won't let prices at the pump stop them from getting in the way. Whether you're driving to your grandmother's house or to a national park, thinking about your luggage will get your trip off to a great start and ensure the safety and comfort of your passengers. With that

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5 Safety Tips for Driving Near RVs

5 Safety Tips for Driving Near RVs

As the weather warms, more and more recreational vehicles can be seen rolling along highways. Driving next to such a large vehicle can be intimidating, so treat the RV as you would a semi-truck (some RVs are nearly as large, and have the same mirrors and handling capabilities). When driving

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Road Trip Theme Tour Ideas

Road Trip Theme Tour Ideas

Winter is over, so it's time to pack the car and head out on the open road to pursue your passion. Check out the following four summer trip ideas, all located in different regions of the country. East Coast Baseball Tour You can visit many large ball fields within a

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Tips for Buying a Used Boat

Tips for Buying a Used Boat

A marine adventure awaits you! Have you always dreamed of buying your own boat? While it is a romantic and exciting idea, you need to understand the required investment of money and time in reality. Purchasing a used model can help reduce sticker shock. According to the National Marine Manufacturers

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Do Destination Weddings Cost Less?

Do Destination Weddings Cost Less?

Wedding planning can take a year or more - the average engagement lasts 15 months - and involves attention to a wide range of details, from purchasing floral arrangements to booking musicians. All of these expenses can add up quickly, and you may be wondering if there are less expensive

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Following the Unwritten Rules of the Water

Following the Unwritten Rules of the Water

Most boaters quickly pick up on the rules of the water - how to pass, navigate, dock and reduce wakes. However, not everyone learns how to be polite and considerate of other boaters. “Safety is mandatory,” says Scott Croft, Vice President of Public Affairs for the US Boat Owners Association.

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On a Roll: Scooters Hitting the Streets Again

On a Roll: Scooters Hitting the Streets Again

In the 1980s, motorbikes and scooters enjoyed rapid sales and became a popular way to get around town. But the demand for these low-cost rides appears to have disappeared almost immediately, thanks in part to more economical cars and lower gas prices. on two wheels. Motorcycles and scooters are enjoying

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