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Image courtesy of sontag1 via FlickrIf you live in southern California, you’ve no doubt heard about next weekend’s “Carmageddon,” when a 10-mile stretch of the 405 freeway will be closed for construction. From July 15th through 17th, the 405 North will be closed between the 10 and the 101. Los Angeles area residents aren’t too optimistic about the impending freeway closure, which you’ve probably surmised from the fact that we jumped to the Armageddon comparison
Hybrids are a very attractive idea. You save money on gas and get to save the planet at the same time. On top of that, you get to participate in the cutting edge of technology. In addition, say some, you get to save money on your insurance. However, that may not necessarily be true. In May 2010, USA Today reported that, of the ten cheapest cars to insure, none are hybrids. Most aren’t even cars.They are vans, trucks and SUVs. It’s not Just About Safe Driving Most of the talk about hybrid
With the price of gas and car insurance soaring, every driver’s wallet could use a break. Here are some tips that can keep you moving and save you some dough. How You Buy Gas Matters Buying gas in the early morning or at night means that the fuel is cooler and denser, giving drivers more gas for their money. In addition, fuel in your car’s gas tank evaporates over time, reducing the car’s fuel economy. A full tank prevents excess evaporation and improves engine performance. Fill
Burning questions lie ahead in this week’s financial roundup: What industries are still posting big numbers despite the recession? Does going green make you more prone to “moral licensing”? What should I eat for dinner?Just kidding about the last one. Consumerist: Consumers Permanently Downgrading Brands They Buy – I vehemently disagree with one of the tags placed on this article: “GENERIC IS JUST AS GOOD.” This is true for some grocery store products, like bottled
Earlier this week I posted about ad scams that were proliferating on the Internet and television. While you might not fall prey to the whole cash for gold scheme, chances are you have been influenced by advertising. After all, the goal of advertising is to get you to buy something.The question is: Do you really need it?Consider these facts: The average U.S. consumer debt rose more from 2000 to 2007 than it had in the past 25 years and household debt is about 140% of household income (source:
Think back to the crappiest car you’ve ever driven. Now think of how nice it would have been to get $4500 to trade in your hooptie for a sweet new ride. $4500…that’s more than my last car was worth! Our favorite blog posts and articles from the past week are themed around the Cash for Clunkers bill that was passed by the Senate last night. So, without further ado, here are our favorite clunker-related posts of the week.The Washington Post: With Senate Vote, Congress Refuels ‘Clunkers’