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While expectant mothers are undergoing physical changes to their bodies, such as the expansion in their abdomens and widening of their hips in the first trimester — changes that continue for all 40 weeks they’ll carry their child — we suggest the same for them as we would any other driver. Wearing their seat belts.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2018/04/17/when-should-parents-consider-child-and-car-safety
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Is there a limit to the number of cars that can be insured under the same policy? How many vehicles can you cover under one policy? Today, we’re answering all your questions about multi-car insurance policies – including how to save money on a multi-car insurance policy.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2018/04/03/how-many-cars-can-be-insured-on-the-same-policy
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Connected cars are essentially computer networks on wheels. The dashboard is now the control center for telecommunications, web surfing, car diagnostics, navigation, and a host of other functions. The rolling computer network monitors the car’s systems using built-in sensors to make sure everything is running properly.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2018/03/29/connected-cars-create-new-security-challenges
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The globalized nature of the auto industry creates plenty of anomalies. This Canada-built, diesel-engined luxury Ford Edge aimed at the European market is one of the more interesting ones.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2018/03/12/2017-ford-edge-vignale-on-the-edge-of-pretension
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Generally speaking, an aftermarket used car warranty is meant to cover for long-term maintenance and repair costs – say, five to 10 years from the time you purchased your car.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2018/02/22/why-you-should-protect-your-car-with-an-aftermarket-used-car-warranty
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The survey by Directions Research, Inc., found that only 26 percent of respondents said they would buy or lease a car manufactured by a company that was in bankruptcy.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2016/11/21/car-manufacturers-need-to-steer-clear-of-bankruptcy
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There are also many different levels of coverage available for your vehicle. These levels are Powertrain, Major Component Plus, High-Tech Component, Component Type Bumper-To-Bumper, or Exclusionary Bumper-To-Bumper coverage
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2016/09/27/extended-car-warranty-how-to-choose-the-right-plan
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It is important to know the difference between wear & tear items and scheduled maintenance items. Scheduled maintenance items are not covered by any extended automobile warranty. Examples of scheduled maintenance items are oil changes, tune-ups, tires, wiper blades, batteries, etc.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2016/08/04/does-your-warranty-include-wear-and-tear-coverage
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Overheating is a good example of this. Some companies will exclude any repair, even if it has nothing to do with the vehicle overheating if there is any sign that an overheat has occurred
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2016/07/22/does-an-extended-auto-warranty-cover-overheating
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Both a car warranty and car insurance is the answer for your car’s repair and maintenance, but you must keep in mind that both are fundamentally different from one another. To guarantee yourself of the right investment for your car’s overall well-being, you should understand the importance of carrying both types of coverage and the fundamental differences.
For details: http://blog.livauto.com/post/2018/02/08/car-insurance-vs-car-warranty-do-you-really-need-both
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