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What happens when you loan your car to a friend

Let's say you loan your car to your buddy to run some errands and you end up getting a call a few hours later with some bad news: Your friend was involved in an accident and there's some damage to your car. While this may cause you to steam at the ears, you might not realize that you're the one on the hook when it comes to your auto insurance. Even if you weren't driving, your car insurance policy follows your car, not necessarily the driver.

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Tips for a cross-country move

Whether you are relocating because of your job or just because you are tired of your current environment, moving can be a stressful event. Packing up your entire life and setting up shop in a new residence just few miles from your home can be daunting, but it can be even tougher if you are moving across the country. A cross-country trek can take a lot out of you, so it is important to properly plan this trip. Here are a few tips to help you on your trip:

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10 greenest car-buying cities

Those shopping for a car these days take a number of things into account, from the style of the ride to auto insurance costs, but fuel efficiency is becoming more of a concern. Here are the 10 greenest car-buying cities.

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Volvo enters the cloud

As cars get more advanced and are outfitted with innovative technology, it is While fully automated vehicles have yet to hit the market, some of these technologies are about to make their way to the streets. Volvo Car Group is one such company utilizing mainstream technology to make roads safer.

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Motorcycle repair tips

As the temperature begins to heat up, you may be ready to hit the open road on your motorcycle. This activity can be a great way to blow off steam after a long week, but your ride won't be all that enjoyable if your bike is not in tip-top shape. If your motorcycle isn't well taken care of, you could also run into the chance of getting into an accident.

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Housing market to continue to show gains this spring

As spring has arrived, the housing market is looking up. One of the primary issues the housing market has faced over the past year is low levels of inventory. Where many buyers are looking to make a purchase, they often find themselves in a bidding war. But, it appears that the problem might be subsiding.

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Counting the cost of electric cars

When it comes to the auto industry, it's clear that more consumers are liking electric vehicles and other alternative fuel choices. Touting long mileage on a single charge and the promise of never paying at the pump, drivers might be excited by the potential savings on gas and maintenance. What drivers need to consider are not only the long-term fuel savings, but the upfront costs as well.

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Best green cars of 2014

There are plenty of fuel-efficient cars on the market, but if you are going to be making long trips during your vacation, you'll want a car that will let you travel the farthest for your money. Kelley Blue Book compiled a list of some of the best green cars for 2014:

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Home sales up in March

The housing market is continuing to show significant gains as sales rose in March.

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Fuel efficient SUV models for 2014

CoverHound details some of 2014's most fuel efficient SUVs.

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