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The most important cargo you'll ever carry in your vehicle may not be safely secured no matter how hard you try. Is your car and car seat compatible? Find out here: https://www.yahoo.com/parenting/why-many-cars-may-not-be-safe-for-car-seats-151252092.html
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Today's funny bumper sticker: "If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong." :-)
Have a safe Monday!
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SMILE......It's FRIDAY! :-)
Have a safe and fun weekend!
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On this #TBT we wish a happy birthday to Lee Iacocca, who was born on this day 91 years ago. The iconic (and somewhat controversial) Iacocca is considered an innovator and led early development of the (successful) Ford Mustang and (not so much) Pinto and later led the revival of the Chrysler brand. The long-retired Iacocca lives in California. No word on whether he drives a Ford or a Chrysler!
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Car safety tip: Remember the "3 second rule" you learned in Driver's Ed - count to one thousand three to create space between you and the car ahead of you? It actually takes over 4 seconds to go from 60 mph to 0 in most cars (on dry pavement) so the 5 second rule is actually a safer bet at highway speeds. (Graphic from esurance.com)
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Today's funny bumper sticker: "I can handle any crisis - I have children." :-)
Have a safe Monday!
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SMILE......It's FRIDAY! :-)
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This #TBT, we get our kicks on Route 66! It was October of 1960 when Buz and Tod began cruising Route 66 in Tod´s Corvette on the iconic TV show. The actual Route 66 wove in and out of Middle America, connecting hundreds of rural communities to the cities of Chicago and Los Angeles. By 1970, nearly all segments of the original Route 66 were replaced by modern four-lane interstates (7 of them, to be exact!), and in 1985 it was officially decommissioned.
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Late for work? Don’t try to make up the time by speeding. You can’t beat the laws of physics! Here is why. Speed = distance divided by time. Let’s say two drivers are driving 100 miles.

Driver A drives 65 mph, driver B drives 75 mph.

Driver A: Time = 100 miles / 65 mph = 1.54 hours so 1.54 hours = 92 minutes
Driver B: Time = 100 miles / 75 mph = 1.33 hours so 1.33 hours = 80 minutes

Driver B beats driver A by only 12 minutes – and that’s traveling 100 miles. (Your commute is probably shorter than that.) Travel time will also be impacted by stop lights, traffic and other random events. Speeding eats up more gas, is harder on your engine and puts you (and other drivers) at greater risk.

So slow down, be safe and obey the speed limit on your way to work - cause you can't beat the law (of physics). :-)
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Today's funny bumper sticker: "Exercise? I thought you said extra fries." :-) Have a safe Monday!
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