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4 Ways To Recycle Tires In Your Own Backyard

Posted by on Dec 30, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you order new tires, there are multiple options you can do with the old and worn out ones. Instead of recycling them or paying a recycling fee, you can enjoy your new set of wheels and get a lot of use out of the old tires at the same time. There are four ways you can recycle tires for use in your own backyard. The following four recycling methods are ideal for all types of backyards, and especially those with young children. Fairy Garden The round shape of a tire can make a great host to a small fairy garden. Fairy garden are small areas filled with natural elements and little furniture ideal for housing the mythical creatures. Tire Preparation: Wrap the tire with some soft felt for fake grass. These elements can be easily attached to the...

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Tips For Married Couples Shopping For A Used Car

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

From deciding whether to spend Christmas at home or with the in-laws to purchasing a house with your future children in mind, married couples are faced with making many decisions together, no matter how minor or life-changing. When it comes time to purchasing your first vehicle as a married couple, you might get caught up in fighting about the make and model rather than dealing with the financial aspects of this costly purchase. Don’t wind up with a car you cannot afford or won’t meet both your needs and instead, here are a few tips to help you find a used vehicle from a site like you’ll both love: How Is Your Credit? Before you create a budget or even visit your first dealership, it’s important to determine which strategy will help you snag the price and interest...

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5 Test Drive Tips For New Car Shoppers

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Statistics suggest that car shoppers are spending less and less time on the test driving portion of their car shopping experience. In fact, more than 15% of car buyers skip the test drive, and a full third of car buyers only go test drive one car before signing on the dotted line. Almost half the buyers who do test drive spend less than 30 minutes behind the wheel before making their decision. It may be that buyers believe they’re getting all the information they need from internet research, but research is no replacement for real world experience. If you’re not sure what you should be looking for from a test drive, here are some tips that can help you make the most out of this valuable evaluation experience. Sit in All the Seats A test drive is about testing...

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Should You Make Your Children “Road” Scholars?

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Do you believe your children can learn more about life while on the road than in a classroom? Have you been wanting to give your children real-life experiences in place of canned lessons? Then you might want to consider taking your kids out of school for several months or more so that your family can get a real life education while traveling the United States. Some people call the idea of taking your children out of school for an extended period of time a school sabbatical. In Europe, the idea has been called a family gap year. Whatever you call it, taking time to travel with your family can give them valuable experiences and can also create many memories that will last a lifetime. Why You Should Take Your Children on the Road? In addition to learning about the United States, heading...

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