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A GPS Tracker in Your Car? Feds Considering Tracking New Vehicles

A trackable GPS “safety” device may soon be required in new vehicles, according to federal officials. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is debating installing vehicle-to-vehicle communication devices (V2V), which allow cars to talk...
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Big Savings on Gas Prices

The average American family spends about $3,000 a year on gas. That’s about 4% of our income—the highest in three decades! We drive more fuel efficient cars, we travel shorter distances, and we still spend more than ever on gas fill-ups. Not surprising,...
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The 20 Worst Roads in the USA

Bad news America, the Transportation research group TRIP released their report on how our roads are doing. The report states that 27% of our major roads are in “substandard” condition. Another 27% are in “mediocre” condition. And only 31% are...
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Orlando Residents Save Money on Gas with New Commuter Rail

Residents in Orlando Florida who are fed up with high gas prices will soon have another option for getting to work—the Central Florida SunRail, Central Florida’s new commuter rail line. Orlando residents can save money on gas, and forget about gridlock...
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