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News & Industry Trends Registered Organ Donors Wanted April is National Donate Life Month by Amanda Lautieri on

This April marks the 11th year of National Donate Life Month and your chance to make a difference in the lives of others. The Incredible Impact of Organ Donation National Donate Life Month is the perfect time to make your commitment to saving lives. You might be surprised to find out that: More than 120,000 […]

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Insurance Man standing in front of screens Top 5 Car Insurance Commercials by Angelo Ilumba on

Even before my career became intertwined with the car insurance industry, I had a love of car insurance commercials. In the early 2000s, car insurance commercials, along with candy commercials, started going a route not used by most industries in their advertising. Instead of solely giving the details of their product, car insurance ads (especially […]

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Safety & Driving Spy hiding behin newsppaer in park 5 Reasons to Welcome Big Brother Into Your Car by Ryan Looney on

Drivers beware. A small, smart, and highly watchful plug-in device might be heading to a steering column near you. But who says Big Brother can’t use its all-seeing powers for good? If you allow your insurer to track certain everyday driving habits, you could be in line for serious car insurance savings. As car insurance […]

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Tickets & Violations Bizarre Driving Laws Bizarre Driving Laws by Nick Musica on

Did you know it’s illegal to drive in Massachusetts with a gorilla in the backseat of your car? It’s true. So if you plan on vacationing in Boston anytime soon think twice about giving Jane Goodall a ride. Crazy driving laws aren’t restricted to Massachusetts. They abound across the country. To keep you aware, we […]

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License & Endoresements A wallet with cash lying in the grass 5 Important Steps If You Lost Your Drivers License by Richard Beaty on

It might be impossible to avoid losing your wallet, but that doesn’t mean you have to lose your identity with it. All is not lost if you educate yourself and take a proactive approach. But many people don’t, and even fewer expect to be the next victim of identity theft. Thieves bank on that—literally. The […]

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Registration & Titling Red Kit Car Fender What Exactly Are Kit Cars? Custom-Built Cars Defined by Melissa Crumish on

A custom-built car, or what is also known as a kit car, is, well, as the name implies: a custom-built vehicle. In state vehicle code terms, it’s generally described as a vehicle that was manufactured prior to 1949, with component upgrades to the original body. These upgrades, for example, might include a new engine, a […]

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Moving & Traveling Business woman walking through airport with suitcase I-94 Forms and Arriving in the U.S. by Tina Chang on

Traveling to the United States can be fun and exciting, but it can also be stressful figuring out which visa and immigration documents you need. Most countries will allow you to travel to the U.S. for 90 days or less without a visa. For more information about the Visa Waiver Program, visit the U.S. Department […]

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Buying & Selling escrow accounts Escrow Accounts: Taking the Stress Out of Buying/Selling a Vehicle by David Link on

The Internet has made it easy to buy and sell titled vehicles, regardless of what city, state, and even country you live in. However, with the increased convenience and opportunity, there’s also an increase in risk. Scams and fraud are very real concerns when it comes to making any purchase on the web. This risk […]

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