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Get the Most Out of Public Transportation

According to the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), public transit ridership topped its highest level in 50 years in 2007. And whether due to high fuel prices--currently hovering around $4 per gallon--or the desire be environmentally conscious and cut down on carbon emissions to save energy and the environment (or a little of both), the numbers are expected to continue rising.

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06/15/08
Safety, Reliability, Cost Are Key In Picking Right Car for Teen

For some parents, giving their teenage children a car is a reward. For busy families, it's a necessity. Summer is the prime time for parents to purchase vehicles for their teens, with graduation, summer jobs and college looming.

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06/13/08
Are You Hypermilling?

It seems that everywhere you turn, there is a newspaper, magazine, or TV news program talking about hypermiling. So what exactly is it? Hypermilling is driving your car in a manner which maximizes mileage. Due to increasing gas prices and environmental concerns, this method of driving has become more and more popular. Whether you're trying to be earth-friendly or you want to save a few dollars at the pump, follow these tips and you can begin hypermiling, too.

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06/10/08
Cut Car Insurance Costs with the Right Vehicle

Johnny is 21 years old and wants to go out and purchase his first ´┐Żnew' car. He has been driving hand me downs and used vehicles since he got his license when he was 16 years old. He has been saving for that perfect Johnny car and is now ready to run right out and get the car of his dreams....

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Should You Lease or Purchase An Auto? Calculator

Your current financial situation, lifestyle, and long and short term economic plans all affect the decision of whether or not to buy or lease a car. Use our customized calculator to help you decide.

Leasing has become a very popular method of acquiring a new auto. Although the payments may seem attractive, it may not always be the best financial decision versus purchasing the vehicle outright and financing it with a low interest loan. Use the following calculator to help analyze the financial impact of lease versus buy.

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Number of months
Rebate amount $
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Security deposit/leasing fee $
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Other upfront costs $
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Maket value of vehicle at end of loan $

The Highest and Lowest Priced Cars of 2008
The 5 Most Expensive

1. 1,001-hp Bugatti Veyron $1.4 million
2. Maybach 62S: $428,750
3. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722: $482,750
4. Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe: $412,000
5. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Roadster: $362,400
The 5 Least Expensive

1. Chevrolet Ave5 $9,995
2. Hyundai Accent: $10,415
3. Kia Rio: $10,770
4. Toyota Yaris: $11,150
5. Saturn ION: $12,300

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