Monthly Archives: October 2017

When Should Parents Consider Child and Car Safety?

Keeping kids safe in the car is a concern for every parent. (image by babble.com) If someone asked us when parents should consider and begin to practice child safety as it relates to cars, we’d answer that these things should start before their child is even born. This may sound strange, but as any mother will tell you, the impact ...

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RV Spring Preparation Checklist

Your RV has been sitting idle over the winter. Now the early signs of spring are here and it’s time to take it out of storage and prepare the coach and chassis for this years camping season. If you’re like me, you want to have some type of logical sequence to follow rather then haphazardly checking the unit out. I ...

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9 Tips for Parents With New Drivers

Kids these days are pretty great: they smoke far less than their parents, stand up for what they believe in, and are happy to rotate that PDF for technologically-challenged relatives. But young Canadians are also highly overrepresented in traffic accidents and fatalities. In 2015, for example, 16- to 24-year-olds made up 12.3 per cent of the driving population, according to ...

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How to Start a Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Business

By now you must be aware of the many compelling reasons why a non-emergency medical transportation business offers entrepreneurs such a great business model. With the growth in the health care industry and the explosion of baby boomer retirees, this market is big and set to get even bigger still. In this article we look at how to start a ...

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Advanced Defensive Driving: Take it to the Next Level

Defensive driving means being in control at all times. (image by gabor-nagy.com) According to the National Safety Council, a preventable accident “is one in which the driver failed to do everything that reasonably could have been done to avoid the crash.” Experts agree that driving defensively is your best bet at making sure a crash, collision, or accident doesn’t happen ...

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Become A Delta Airlines Flight Attendant

First of all it is Big and it’s getting even bigger. How big? It is the largest air company in the US in terms of boarded passengers, number of destinations and fleet dimension. 14 million+ passengers in October 2010; 750+ aircraft up and running; One of the 9 only world airliners to serve all 6 continents – 66 countries and ...

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What to do If You Hit an Animal on the Road

Every driver has probably considered the potential of a collision with another vehicle; and you do your best to navigate the roads safely in order to avoid one. But, what if you cross paths with a bear? Collisions with animals – big or small – are not as rare as you may think. Another consideration is whether or not your auto insurance covers ...

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History and Components of a Modern Mainframe Computer

Mainframe computers are crucial for some of the largest corporations in the world. Each mainframe has more than one modern processor, RAM ranging from a few megabytes to several-score gigabytes, and disk space and other storage beyond anything on a microcomputer. A mainframe can control multiple tasks and serve thousands of users every second without downtime. The chief difference between ...

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Five Safe and Affordable Cars for Teens

Top 5 Safest and Affordable Cars for Teens Experts agree that a teen driver should drive the safest, most reliable, and newest vehicle if at all possible. So does this mean that when it comes to your teen’s safety, less expensive or used vehicles are out of the question? No, but not surprisingly, you will need to do some research ...

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How to Start Your Own Mobile Shuttle Service Business

You can start your own business, running your own mobile shuttle service relatively inexpensively, if you already have a van or SUV to cut down on start up costs. You could also use a sedan, or mid size car, but we don’t recommend using to small of a car, unless of course, if gas prices continue to stay sky high, ...

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