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Thank you for the great review Renee!
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Friday Trivia: Ford could afford to pay workers more as the number of workers needed decreased. Combined with the high efficiency output a term called _______ was surmised. It lead to most major manufacturing industries adopting the method for various products which contributed to the economic rise of the United States.

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Awesome review from Mari! We love you too!
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Friday Trivia: In 1769 Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot of France arguably invented the first full-scale, self propelled mechanical vehicle or automobile. What was it?

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Thanks for the review Ashley!
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Tip of the week: Give your headlight, brake, fog and hi-beam bulbs and lenses a good check for clarity. It's starting to get dark much earlier, meaning your lights are going to be even more important than usual, since you'll be using them when there is heavier traffic flow.

Friday Trivia: Approximately how long would it take to drive to the moon if you were going 60/mph?

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Huge thank you to Holmberg's Morning Sickness on 98 KUPD for sending another happy customer our way! And thank you Marianne for the great review!
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Tip of the Week: Check tires for excessive wear and proper inflation. Be careful not to under-inflate or over-inflate tires. Low pressure increases wear and fuel consumption, while too much pressure can reduce traction. Keep in mind that as the weather gets cooler, your air pressure decreases.

Friday Trivia: Which type of plating was used on radiators and lamps in 1921?
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