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Couple Out $9,000 After Car Scam

Buying a new or used vehicle is an exciting process but requires attention to detail. Allow yourself the opportunity to visually inspect, test drive, and/or have a third-party mechanic look at it. Above all, remember that car scams are not easy to stop sometimes, even at a dealership. One Chicago couple found out the hard…

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Bridgeport’s Brown Menace

As recently reported in the Chicago Suntimes, there is a serial car vandaliser in Bridgeport, Chicago. The assailant uses bodily waste to smear and cover cars, and recently even a storefront window. The person vandalizing cars has not been caught, and the last description for them was a black sweatshirt, hat, tan pants, and a…

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Questions To Ask Before Buying Auto Insurance


The number one feature people look for in auto insurance is the price. After finding a good price, people may be wondering what exactly are they paying for. What scenarios are they protected in, is there a cancelation cost, late fees, etc. These questions should be asked before purchasing any policy so that the holder…

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Where To Store A Spare Key


It’s significant to keep track of car keys since they give access to the car and any possessions inside. It’s not abnormal for car keys to be misplaced, but it can be extremely irritating. The desperate search for missing keys can produce unpleasant feelings of stress, anxiety, and more. An obvious way to prevent these…

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The Difference Between Full Coverage And Liability


Many young folks purchasing insurance for the first time may be confused by full coverage and liability insurance. Other than the cost difference (full coverage costs more) there are other distinctions. Full coverage Full coverage is a fusion of collision and comprehensive coverage. It ensures your vehicle is covered if damage occurs from another vehicle…

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What Happens If You Lie To Insurance Company


Statistics show that it is quite common for people to lie to insurance providers when applying for insurance. A recent survey of 3,000 consumers by CoverHound revealed that 51 percent of car insurance applicants did not give truthful information to insurance providers. Some consumers may have made an honest mistake and others lie in order…

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