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NASCAR Fan? Have Fun Like Them – But Stay Safe!

July 8th, 2014 by Mediashower
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When legendary auto racing figure Billy France formed the The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing in 1947, he could have never imagined that NASCAR would grow to be the largest sanctioning body in auto racing, with top teams valued in the hundreds of millions.

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Driving is the ultimate combination of man and machine.

Stay Safe

Do you love NASCAR? You’re in good company – it’s one of the fastest-growing sports in the world and one of the most popular in the country. NASCAR drivers have fun, and so should you – just stay safe! For an industry looked upon by outsiders as reckless, NASCAR puts an extraordinary amount of money into the safety of its cars and drivers, and there are surprisingly few serious injuries or deaths. If you have money to spend, spend it first on things that improve the functionality of your car, not cosmetics.

Know Your Car

As talked about in “NASCAR Drivers’ College Degrees Revealed,” NASCAR drivers can come from anywhere – but they all have one thing in common. They know their cars. The more familiar you are with the machine you’re whipping around in, the more likely you will be to understand it and control it.

Obey the Law

NASCAR races are strictly regulated with rigid rules – and stiff penalties for breaking them. So are our highways. If you spend all your time fighting traffic tickets, you’re not going to enjoy driving. Driving is fun. Getting a speeding ticket is not!

Respect the Machine

The beauty of NASCAR is the marriage of man (and woman, in a few cases) and machine. Your car is a few thousand pounds of metal and glass filled with explosive liquid moving at speeds that the human body was not designed to achieve. If you don’t respect it, it can kill you.

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NASCAR drivers do what we do every day – just a little bit better.

Enormous NASCAR stadiums sell out for every big race for a reason – NASCAR is awesome. Driving is awesome, too. Be safe, respect your car and respect the rules. A speeding ticket is one thing, but that’s not nearly the worst consequence of not respecting the road. Fighting traffic tickets in court is better than fighting for your life in a hospital – but if you follow the NASCAR philosophy, you won’t have to do either.

Andrew Lisa is a freelance auto writer. He covers highway safety and vehicle insurance.

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Truck Drivers: What Affects Your Commercial Auto Insurance?

July 8th, 2014 by Mediashower
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Even the best commercial truck drivers who never need a traffic ticket attorney are required to get issuance. Unlike car insurance, which is relatively simple, truck insurance comes with a whole slew of variables that can affect premiums.

Follow this guide to knowing what could have an impact on what you pay.

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The more of a risk you pose as a driver, the more insurance companies will charge you for a policy.

Driving Record

As discussed in “4 Factors That Affect Commercial Auto Insurance Premiums,” your driving record – or the driving record of your employees –  has everything to do with everything. If you’ve had even a single moving violation, no amount of ticket lawyers can convince your insurance company not to boost your premiums. Drive cautiously, and if you get a ticket, consider hiring a traffic ticket attorney to help you plea it down.

Age of the Driver

Insurance companies are in the business of mitigating risk. Statistically, drivers who are very old or very young pose the greatest risk, and are therefore more expensive to insure.

Routes Driven

Where you drive has an impact on your premiums, as well. Urban vs. rural, the time of year and the length of the journey all play into the cost of your policy. If drivers spend a lot of time in big cities, they are often riskier – and therefore more expensive – to insure.

Type of Cargo

What you haul will almost always impact your rates. Hazardous materials or explosive liquids pose a bigger risk than heads of lettuce. Check with your insurer to find out how your policy can change depending on your cargo.

Experience

Some insurers won’t even insure first-year drivers. When they do, premiums are almost always higher for rookies. Experienced truck drivers are better truck drivers and pose a lower risk – and therefore cost less to insure.

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A clean driving record can go a long way to reducing insurance premiums.

Insurance companies deal in risk mitigation. The more of a risk you pose, the higher your premiums are going to be. Do what you can to reduce the risk you pose by maintaining a clean driving record and avoiding accidents. Also make sure you consult an agent to get the best possible deal.

Andrew Lisa is a freelance auto writer. He covers the commercial trucking industry and CDL information.

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9 Pointers for Preventing Common Vehicular Issues

June 16th, 2014 by Mediashower
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With the exception of a home or business, a car is the biggest investment most people will ever make. Although we worry about the occasional traffic ticket, the damage done by common vehicular issues is far more expensive. Follow this guide to avoiding common and costly car killers.

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Check and change your car’s oil as frequently as your manual suggests.

Change the Oil

Not only do oil levels drop naturally, but the oil that remains wears out with use. Follow your manual’s recommendations on the frequency of oil changes – to the letter. Not only will you prevent the most common problems associated with lack of lubrication, but you’ll protect yourself from warranty issues that come with maintenance neglect.

Change Your Air Filter

The filter is the gateway to your car’s air-intake system. A car choking on an obstructed airway has similar results to a person with a restricted airway – slow suffocation. A clogged filter inhibits free air flow and impedes the performance of many of your car’s vital systems.

Don’t Wait for Catastrophe

As mentioned in Walmart’s article “Prevent Common Car Problems,” an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Have a backup plan, carry a kit and know how to use the tools contained within. Know how to open the hood, how to change a tire and how to put oil in your car.

Stay on Course

As discussed in our own post “Staying Safe on the Road by Knowing Where You’re Going,” GPS has come a long way in recent years. Always having a charged navigation system, such as the TomTom VIA 1535TM 5 GPS, can go a long way to keeping both you and your car safe. It can help you find a gas station in desperate times, and reduce accident-causing stress that comes with getting lost.

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Learn basic emergency preparedness, like how to change a tire.

People go to court to fight a traffic ticket, but they often neglect to follow the rules of basic maintenance that can prevent much more costly expenses. Don’t wait for catastrophe; protect your (second) biggest investment.

Andrew Lisa is a freelance automotive writer. He covers auto maintenance and offers tips of purchasing new cars.

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Car Insurance 101: Understanding the Basics

June 10th, 2014 by Mediashower
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If you want to drive a car, you need insurance. Although the requirements differ from state to state, insurance is a must no matter where you are in the country. Although insurance can’t save you from a speeding ticket – or any traffic ticket, for that matter – it is crucial in the case of an accident. Follow this guide to understanding car insurance.

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When it comes to insurance, it’s good to have it if you’re unfortunate enough to need it.

Types of Insurance

As discussed in “Car Insurance Coverage Options – What’s the Difference,” there are many types of car insurance – some mandatory, some not.

  • Liability Insurance: Required in almost every state, liability insurance covers damage to another person’s car or other property in the case of an accident that is your fault.
  • Uninsured Motorist Coverage: Protects you in an accident where the other person has no insurance.
  • Comprehensive: Protects your car from damage not related to collisions, such as flood, fire, theft and vandalism. This generally benefits newer or more expensive cars.
  • Personal Injury: In “no-fault” states, this protects both drivers, no matter who caused the accident.

Saving Money

If you get a speeding ticket – or any traffic ticket that is considered a moving violation – your rates can obviously go up. But safe driving is just one way to save money on car insurance. Some companies will give discounts simply for following them on Twitter or liking them on Facebook. Others will lower premiums for joining a carpool. Rates can also go down for drivers who drive less. The average driver covers about 12,000 miles a year – drop down to even 10,000 and you could save a lot.

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There are plenty of obscure ways to save on insurance other than safe driving.

No matter where you are in the country, you must have some level of car insurance. Know the different kinds and choose wisely depending on the age and value of your car. Drive safe, always shop around for better deals, and if you’re unsure of how to save money – ask! Your company wants to find you the best rates.

Andrew Lisa is a freelance automotive writer. He covers highway safety and auto insurance.

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5 Little-Known Ways to Lower Your Car Insurance Premium

June 3rd, 2014 by Mediashower
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We all know that a speeding ticket – or any traffic ticket – can lead to a spike in your insurance premiums. Bundle your insurance, drive safely, avoid accidents. There are a million things that are obvious for saving money on car insurance. But there are other ways that don’t get as much attention. Follow this guide to squeezing every dollar you can out of auto insurance savings.

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Most insurance companies have some pretty wacky ways to save.

Usage-Based Driving

According to “How Usage-Based Programs Can Lower Your Auto Insurance Premium,” many top insurance companies offer programs that track drivers’ habits for a month, and then set rates based on how far, how fast and how often they drive. Most save money – but those savings can be diminished with just one speeding ticket.

Like Your Insurer – Literally

Esurance – which got its start in Silicon Valley – gives its customers up to 10 percent back just for liking them on Facebook. The company’s Like to Save discount is rumored to be the model for several other companies that might follow suit.

Save Paper by Going Paperless

Customers who opt for online-only – or paperless – billing can save as much as five percent with many insurance companies. Most offer at least two percent.

Tie the Knot

Many insurers give fairly steep discounts for married couples – or even those who are just engaged. It’s not necessarily because married people are better drivers, but because insurance companies want to do business with families. If you pass your insurance down to your kids, that’s less advertising they have to do.

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Even the best drivers need insurance to protect them from the rest of us.

Saving money on car insurance is about more than just not getting a traffic ticket. After you do the obvious things, look for off-the-beaten-path ways to bring even more savings home. If you’re not sure whether or not you may be missing something, all you have to do is ask your provider – they’ll be happy to tell you all the peculiar ways you can save.

Andrew Lisa is a freelance writer. He covers auto insurance and highway safety.

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9 Pertinent Tips for Finding the Best Traffic Lawyer for Your Case

June 1st, 2014 by Mediashower
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Sometimes paying for a ticket is straightforward. You’re issued your ticket. You send in payment, and viola! Done! Hooray! Sometimes, though, things can get complicated really fast (for example, if you have a few tickets that have gone unpaid). If your ticket situation isn’t simple or straightforward, don’t try to navigate the traffic courts yourself. You’ll fare much better if you hire a traffic ticket attorney.

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Lucy, you’ve got some ‘splaining to do!

A traffic ticket attorney (sometimes they are called ticket lawyers) is someone who understands the traffic court system and your local traffic laws on a professional level (meaning they know things you won’t be able to find out in a standard Google search). If you’re worried about the cost of most traffic lawyers’ rates, start out with a paralegal. Like Terrence Loose points out in “Careers that Hollywood Over-Hypes,” paralegals can research and investigate cases, laws and provide you with the reports your traffic ticket attorney (when you hire one) can use to help present or settle your case.

When you do hire your ticket attorney, make sure you hire the right attorney for your case. Here are some tips to help you do that.

1. Take advantage of free consultations.

This will give you the chance to meet or at least talk with a potential attorney and get a feel for the person. It’s important to hire someone you trust and with whom you feel comfortable. If you get the feeling that you’re being brushed off, move on to your next potential attorney.

2. Always ask for references and then follow up with those references.

Anybody can hand you a list of names. Actually make contact with those people and ask them about their experiences.

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You’ll feel much better having someone in your corner!

3. Do your due diligence.

Verify that your potential attorney is actually qualified and licensed to practice law in your state. Check his/her bar number and employment history. Find out if any complaints have been filed against your potential traffic lawyer and how that lawyer handled those complaints.

4. Rates are always important.

If you can’t afford someone, you can inquire about pro-bono work, but it’s naïve to assume that rates won’t play a role in your decision. Make sure you can afford the lawyer you want to hire!

Remember: Every case is different. Even so, if you’re facing anything more complicated than a single simple speeding ticket, a professional can help you keep your sanity and make sure that you navigate the system correctly.

Erin Steiner is from Portland, Oregon and covers business, legal and cultural topics.

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Buying a New Car? Keep These 5 Tidbits in Mind

May 27th, 2014 by Mediashower
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Buying a car is stressful. Before you give up, though, here are five things that will help make the car-buying process more straightforward.

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“I have the best cars IN THE WORLD!” If only all car salespeople were this adorable! Photo Credit: Alexandre Normand

1. The Cost of the Car is Just the Beginning

The car itself is just the beginning. You also have to pay to insure the car, put gas in the car, park the car and have maintenance performed on the car. Make sure you take these costs into consideration while you try to figure out what to buy. They could help you narrow down your choices.

2. What’s the Invoice Price?

A car dealership is designed to make the most profit possible on every car. They count on you not knowing what they paid (the invoice price) and hope that you’ll accept their huge markups without question. MSN Money recommends finding out the invoice or wholesale price so you can better negotiate the asking price for the car.

3. Credit Matters…But Not as Much as You Think

Every dealership is going to run your credit, but remember, dealership financing is not your only option. According to “Sneaky Dealer Fees Getting More Attention,” there are companies out there that will help you get financing regardless of your credit, your employment status or the date of your last traffic ticket. If you’re worried about your credit score driving up the cost of your car payments, consider shopping around for alternate financing.

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From this angle, they don’t seem so intimidating! Photo Credit: Emilio Labrador

4. Get Everything in Writing

Always. Period. The last thing you need is to get a great quote on a car one day only to go back to the dealership the next day and be told that the good quote was only for your last visit and you have to start the negotiation process all over again.

5. It Is Always Okay to Say No

No matter what your salesperson tells you, it is always okay to walk away from a sale. The car isn’t yours until you sign the paperwork for it, and until you sign on the final dotted line, the contract isn’t valid. Don’t be afraid to walk away if something feels wrong.

These are just five things that will help you with your next car purchase. What are some of the things you’ve done to help speed the process along?

Erin Steiner is a freelance writer from Oregon. She covers personal finance, cultural and lifestyle topics for a variety of different websites.

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