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Are Rising Gas Prices An Indication of a Recession Coming?
Rising gas prices are bad enough, but could they be indicative of even harder times ahead? Expensive gas costs could be a sign that a recession is headed our way.
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Hannah DeWitt
Sep 27, 2022
A Surprising Amount of Gen Xers Know How to Change a Tire
It happens to all of us, a flat tire when you least expect it. Recent studies explain a variety of factors that contribute to your ability to change a tire.
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Elaine Duvet
Jun 01, 2022
Could Young Car Buyers Spur an Increase in Electric Muscle Cars? Dodge Thinks So
Dodge is planning on retiring its famous V8 lineup come 2024 as the company shifts toward electric vehicles. Learn more about why Dodge is confident that younger buyers will carry the Dodge legacy forward, with electric power.
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Jason Crosby
Dec 13, 2022
Have Work Commutes Returned to Pre-Pandemic Norms?
Commutes have returned to pre-pandemic norms for some, but others continue enjoying remote work.
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Alexandra Maloney
Jun 01, 2022
This State Just Became the First to Register 1 Million Electric Vehicles
California has become the first state to register 1 million EVs, with Florida close behind.
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Alexandra Maloney
Jun 01, 2022
Younger Generations Aren’t Eager to Drive—This Could Be Why
Younger generations are less confident driving, but more assertive on the roads.
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Alexandra Maloney
Jun 01, 2022
Despite Shortages, a Surprising Amount of Americans Intend to Car Shop This Year
With supply chain issues and chip shortages, the 2022 car-buying market comes with its challenges.
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Alexandra Maloney
Jun 01, 2022
The Reason Most Americans Are Choosing Electric Vehicles Might Surprise You
The reason American drivers are choosing EVs isn’t environmental concerns.
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Alexandra Maloney
Jul 29, 2022
Gen Z Has a Hilariously Simple Reason for Wanting To Drive EVs
Gen Z likes electric vehicles, but not for the reason you may think. What’s the appeal?
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Andrew Kidd
Jun 01, 2022
Most Young Drivers Expect To Use an Autonomous Vehicle Sooner Rather Than Later
Most young drivers expect to use an autonomous vehicle sooner rather than later. Here’s why that isn’t too far-fetched.
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Andrew Kidd
Jun 01, 2022
A Surprising Number of Americans Have Never Used a Ride-Hailing App Like Uber
Contrary to popular belief, recent data confirms that many Americans have never used apps like Uber and Lyft. What is causing the hesitation around ride-hailing apps?
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Kerry Gibson
Jun 01, 2022
Uber and Lyft Still Haven't Taken Off in 1 Area of the Country
Ride-hailing app usage is growing in many areas of the country, but some areas still lag behind. What gives?
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Andrew Kidd
Jun 01, 2022
Commuting to Work Costs New Jersey Residents a Jaw-dropping Amount
The average New Jersey commuter spends almost $6,000 a year driving to work. What can Garden State residents do to make work travel cheaper?
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Andrew Koole
Apr 27, 2022
How Bad Is Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana?
How bad is driving under the influence of marijuana, and how do cops decide if you’ve had too much?
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
Florida Drivers: Commuting to Work Is Costing You a Disney Vacation Every Year
The average Floridian commuter spends nearly $5,000 every year to get to work. What can they do to bring those costs down?
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Andrew Koole
Apr 27, 2022
The East Coast and West Coast Are United When It Comes to This Violation
People on the east and west coast like to think they are much different from each other. However, when it comes to traffic violations they have a lot in common.
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
Should Your Employer Compensate You for Your Commute?
Should your employer compensate you for your commute? Spoiler alert, the data suggests they should.
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
If You Live in Washington, Working From Home Could Pay For Your Family Vacation
You’re probably spending more money than you think on your work commute. Find out how much money Washington drivers could save by working from home.
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
Pennsylvania Drivers Fork Over Nearly $4,500 a Year on the Most Boring Thing
Getting to work can be a hassle. In Pennsylvania, it’s also expensive. How can people in the Keystone State lower the cost of their commute?
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Andrew Koole
Apr 27, 2022
Workers in These States Spend the Most Time Commuting
A look at the states with the highest commuting times, why it might be higher in these areas, and how remote work factors into these numbers.
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Lisa Steuer McArdle
Apr 27, 2022
Maryland Drivers Spend Almost 12 Days a Year Sitting in Traffic on the Way to Work
Marylanders have some of the longest commutes, on average, in the country. What can people from the Old Line State do to lower the mental, physical, and financial toll of their drive into work?
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Andrew Koole
Apr 27, 2022
Expensive Car Insurance in Louisiana Makes Commuting to Work Even More Expensive
Car insurance in Louisiana is more expensive than in almost any other state. How can commuters make their work travel cheaper?
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Andrew Koole
Apr 27, 2022
Texans Spend $350 a Month Just Getting to Work
Why is commuting so expensive in Texas? What can Texans do to lower the cost of getting to work?
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Andrew Koole
Apr 27, 2022
States With the Highest Percentage of Communal Commuters
Many Americans drive to work alone, but Washington, D.C., New York, and Hawaii have the highest percentage of people carpooling. This might be related to commuting costs.
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Hannah DeWitt
Apr 27, 2022
Why Do Drivers in D.C. Pay More for Car Insurance Than Those in Neighboring States?
Why do drivers in D.C. pay more for car insurance than those in neighboring states?
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
What’s Going on in Washington D.C.?
Washington D.C. commute times are some of the worst in the country, on a par with much larger regions. Find out what’s going on in our nation’s capital.
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
The Top 3 States With the Most Fatal Winter Crashes Have Some of the Highest Speed Limits
Find out which states have the most fatal winter crashes and how this correlates with high speed limits.
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
Most People in Alabama Drive Alone, What Does This Mean for EV Adoption?
Find out why drivers in Alabama prefer to commute alone. What does this mean for EV adoption in the state?
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022
Do Higher Speed Limits Increase Car Accidents?
Speeding can increase the likelihood of a car accident. So do higher speed limits actually increase vehicle crashes? We decided to take a closer look.
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Lisa Steuer McArdle
Apr 27, 2022
Commuting to Work in New York Is More Expensive Than Any Other State
Nobody enjoys their commute to work. Unfortunately for drivers in the Empire State, driving to work in New York State costs way more than you think.
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Alex Healey
Apr 27, 2022

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