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    Korean Cars: 10 Great Choices

    In the span of just 20 years, vehicles conceived and designed by South Korean automobile manufacturers have gone from value-orientated alternatives to class leading innovators. The success trajectory of these automobiles is impressive.

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    Toyo Tires: Real Owner Tire Reviews

    Read real reviews of Toyo Tires’ Open Country A/T III from truck and SUV owners who put them to the test in all terrains and weather conditions.

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    License Plate Lookup 101

      In the internet age, it’s quicker and easier than ever to gather loads of information on any pre-owned vehicle. The license plate lookup tool at Bumper.com is one information source worth looking into. Whether you’re shopping used cars, you’ve got one to sell, or you’re just a car owner trying to keep on top…

    Factor 55 is Your Go To for Closed System Winching

    If you spend much of your free time off-roading with your truck or SUV, the odds are good that you are familiar with closed system winching products like the lineup offered by Factor 55. If you are not, you should be, as closed system winching is safer, preventing the cable or D-ring from shifting against…

    6 Seater Cars: Top Picks

    Sometimes, having a two-row car is just not enough. Cramming the crew into a vehicle, three wide in the backseat, is not just uncomfortable, it might not even be physically possible depending on the individuals in question. 

    Are You Properly Insured for Ride Share Driving?

    If you’ve entered the rideshare side hustle game, or are considering it, you’re not alone.  More than one million Americans are already driving for at least one of the two big rideshare companies, Uber, and Lyft. You’ll need to think about your ride as well as gas prices and more vehicle maintenance, but are you…
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    Goodyear Introduces Tire with 70% Sustainable Materials

    The tire industry is historically incredibly dirty. From the damage that natural rubber plantations have caused, to the toxic toxic emissions from factories, to the incalculable quantity of microplastics and other pollutants that end up in watersources, to the intractable problem of recycling and disposing of used tires, the tire industry has enormous incentive—and pressure—to…