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Cleveland, OH
Ohio is among the 10 cheapest states in the United States for auto insurance coverage according the most recent National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) study from 2013. According to the Insure.com 2016 annual study of state-by-state comparison, Ohio was actually the second cheapest state in the union at just $900 annual cost. How do you find the cheapest rates in Cleveland, Ohio? Tips for Cheap Insurance in Cleveland Before you explore the rates within your city or state, remember that averages are just statistics and your specific situation mayRead More
Ford Fusion
It has been quite a week at the Ford Motor Co. In the last seven days, the automaker has added more than 700,000 vehicles to its ongoing door latch recall, while opening new probes into three other problems. The latter three campaigns brought the total number of vehicles recalled by the number two domestic automaker to nearly 1.3 million. Interestingly, the increased recall action occurred during the week that National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Administrator Mark Rosekind was in Detroit meeting with automakers and touring facilities. Rosekind flew toRead More
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Posted On November 20, 2013By adminIn What's the news?

Drowsy driving is dangerous

This November sees The Ohio Department of Public Safety launching a new campaign against drowsy driving. It seems large numbers of people are getting behind the wheel of their vehicles when there’s a real risk of falling asleep. This is not due to drinking alcohol or taking any legal or illegal substances. Rather it’s the everyday problem of staying too late at work or not getting enough sleep before having to start the commute into work. How bad is this problem? Well, in 2012, there were 1,415 traffic accidents inRead More
When the economy is doing well, no one cares if prices rise because employers are making enough money to increase pay. This is called inflation and, so long as it stays under control, everyone benefits from slowly appreciating values. When it goes wrong, there are bubbles and 2008 shows what happens when a property bubble bursts. Once you get into recession, there should be deflation. Pay levels should fall so that business stays competitive and the prices of basic commodities should be stable if not fall. Taken as a whole,Read More