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POSTAug 12, 2020
There are so many things that vehicle owners value when choosing the perfect car. Some go for appearance, others for speed, and still others for gas mileage, but the most economical car owner will probably prize longevity. A long life for your vehicle can save you a lot of money over the years. And if . . .
POSTJun 27, 2019
You are probably aware of the conventional vacation spots; the sites and attractions of New York City, the breathtaking beaches of Hawaii, or the rich history of Philadelphia, but if you are looking for a truly unique (and oftentimes less expensive) summer getaway this year – look no further! The below list examines some hidden . . .
POSTMay 13, 2018
When you’re looking for the best place to eat where you live or when you’re traveling, keep in mind that there’s a secret to looking up businesses on Yelp: “Best restaurants near me” is the best way to start. This graphic lists all the most reviewed and top-rated restaurants in the US. such as, Fox . . .
POSTAug 14, 2017
One of my favorite souvenirs to bring home from summer vacation are the shells my family has discovered while exploring far away beaches. Like a treasure chest of memories from each port, the unlimited shapes, colors, and textures of each shell is as unique as the local flavors and exotic lands that we’ve visited. My . . .
POSTDec 08, 2016
Surprising, the history of license-plates began as hand-painted initials on a vehicle to identify its owner. Even more shocking is that motorized vehicles were considered “2nd class” to horse-and-rider until the early 1900’s when a law was passed giving them “equal rights”. Cars were even banned in some townships and considered “unnatural”. The rainbow of colors and history of the . . .