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Car insurance is one of the costliest purchases that consumers hope to never use. While it’s always important to buy the right coverage, it costs a lot more to insure a brand-new car than a five-, seven-, or nine-year-old model you are replacing. Here are 10 helpful tips on how to keep your premiums in line without taking on...
Last updated 2/12/2018 For the average American household, transportation is the second largest expense after housing. Swapping a gasoline-powered vehicle for an all-electric vehicle (AEV) or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) can help you save money on day-to-day expenses in five different ways. Fuel savings from driving electric cars One of the biggest day-to-day savings is the cost of fuel. A 2018 study from...
California Set to Require Solar Panels on All New Homes People wanting to buy a new home in California may soon face an additional upfront expense — solar panels that will reduce energy use. SolarCraft workers Craig Powell (left) and Edwin Neal install solar panels on the roof of a home in San Rafael, California on February 26, 2015. (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty...