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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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Floods severely damaged Colorado vehicles that might leave car owners high and dry.
What to do if the Colorado Floods Damaged Your Car by Jeff Wozer on

As Colorado’s flood waters begin to recede the damage numbers continue to climb. Officials estimate property damages will total nearly $2 billion, with damaged or destroyed cars being a large part of this assessment. If your car was damaged or destroyed by the Colorado flood, check your auto insurance policy. Mandatory liability insurance does not […]

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Werner Herzog’s Texting-and-Driving Documentary Slated to Hit Hard by Jen Lamboy on

German-born film legend Werner Herzog hits home with his latest documentary on texting while driving. His eye-opening film “One Second to the Next” features accident victims and their loved ones, and details how this deadly epidemic changed their lives forever. Truth is Scarier than Fiction Since he was a teenager, Herzog has been making eclectic […]

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Traveling With Pets Part 4: Pit Stops and Potty Breaks by Alicia Sparks on

Probably the biggest concern about traveling with pets is pet safety. We have to keep our little buddies fed and hydrated, comfortable and relaxed, and from tumbling around like balls in a lottery machine. Once all that’s squared away, it’s time to think about letting them stretch their legs and answer the call of nature. […]

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August 30-Day Green Challenge: Navy Showers by Jen Lamboy on

Navy shower. Sailor shower. Military shower. Call it what you like, mate, “power showers” are the focus of August’s 30-Day Green Challenge. What is a Navy Shower? A navy shower is the power nap of the water world, the express lane of the suds stand. More specifically, it’s a showering method where the showeree turns […]

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Traveling With Pets Part 3: Keep Pets Calm and Relaxed by Alicia Sparks on

You’re probably used to the idyllic image of a shaggy-haired, happy-go-lucky pooch hanging his head out the window of an old beat up pickup truck. His tongue’s flapping in the wind as he and his lucky owner roll on down the road. Well, road trips don’t always happen that way (nor should they, for pet […]

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Traveling With Pets Part 2: Pet Safety in the Vehicle by Alicia Sparks on

Now that you know the initial steps to prepare your trip, it’s time for a little Pet Safety: 101. Probably the two biggest issues with pet safety in vehicles are: Keeping your pet from getting injured or distracting you during the drive. Keeping your pet safe when you leave the vehicle. State Laws on Pet […]

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