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Maintaining a car can be a costly activity–but it might not be as costly as you think. Most mechanics don’t want you to know most of the following tips. That’s because some maintenance really isn’t necessary or isn’t required at the “recommended mileage.”
Bottom line: every car is different. Be sure to look at your car manufacturers’ manual and recommended maintenance schedule as a guide. Also, don’t be afraid to get a second opinion.
Nearly 40% of people will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetimes. When faced with the terrible news that a friend has cancer, there are some things you can do (and should not do) to stay positive for your friend during their time of need.
Have you ever traded in a phone? Most carriers have their own programs that you can learn about on their website or through your account. However, there are other options out there, too, offering cash for both Android and Apple devices. Here’s how to get the best deal:
We know lead can be dangerous and could be present if you have an older home. But how do you determine if there is lead present, and what should you watch for? In short: homes built before 1978, when the federal government banned its use, and antique painted furniture might have lead paint. Here’s how to spot lead paint and what to do:
Why you should be concerned:
Lead is a toxin and can cause brain and organ damage. Assume paint on antiques or old homes contains lead until tested.
What to do: