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Jordan Perch is a blogger and an automotive enthusiast who loves to write about everything that has to do with cars, providing readers with exclusive reports and in-depth analysis of the latest developments in the auto industry. On top of keeping readers up to date with everything that is going on in the automotive world, his blog posts are aimed at helping them learn how to take good care of their cars and become safer drivers, by providing useful car maintenance and defensive driving tips. His articles also help readers make a good car-purchasing decision, by posting detailed reviews of new and used cars, along with tips on how to avoid the most common mistakes people do when buying a car. I developed my creative writing skills in college, and now I enjoy expressing myself as a blogger and sharing my thoughts with a global audience.

New Study Reveals the Most Common Driving Errors Teens Make

There are various factors that put teen drivers at a greater risk of being in a crash than older drivers, with inexperience and lack of skills being the most common ones. But so far, no one has been able to pinpoint what specific driving skills teens need to acquire in order to become more well-versed drivers and reduce their risk of crashes.

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Some Automakers Will Struggle To Stay Afloat During The Ongoing Tech Race, Report States

The world's largest automakers have been engaged in a race to develop the most efficient electric car, the best connected car, and to be the first to introduce a

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Tougher Fuel-Efficiency Standards for Trucks Proposed in the U.S.

The U.S. Government has been putting a lot of effort into combating global warming and improving air quality in recent years. One of the key parts of those efforts is reducing carbon emissions from motor vehicles, since transportation is the largest source of air pollution in the country.

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Being Loyal to an Auto Insurer Can Lead to Substantially Higher Premiums

When it comes to auto insurance, consumers often decide to stick with the same provider for many years in an effort to save some money, since most insurance companies offer loyalty discounts.

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NHTSA Working on an Alcohol Detection System to Prevent Drunk Driving

With over 30% of all fatal crashes involving a drunk driver or pedestrian, and about 10,000 people getting killed in alcohol-related crashes each year, drunk driving is a very serious threat to public safety in the United States.

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Auto Insurance Premiums in North Carolina Could Go Down if Illegal Immigrants are Allowed to Obtain Driver’s Licenses

North Carolina's House Finance Committee has approved a bill that proposes granting driving privileges to those who can not prove that they live in the country legally, similarly to what California, Nevada, Colorado, Illinois, and a few other states have done over the past couple of months.

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BMW Is The Greenest Automaker In The World, According To Newsweek

The Model S may be the favorite vehicle among environmentally-aware drivers right now, and Tesla Motors is considered to be the auto industry's leader when it comes to corporate sustainability, but the latest ranking of the most eco-conscious companies in the world shows that that's not the case.

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Mercedes and Bosch Working on Automated Parking for Car-Sharing Services

Automated parking technology is being increasingly explored by many global automakers, as one of the key aspects towards fully-autonomous vehicles, and now it seems that Mercedes-Benz is looking to catch up with its German counterparts Audi and BMW, which are currently considered to be front-runners in the deve

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California Launches “Plus-Up” Project to Make Electric Cars More Affordable to Low-Income Families

Given that electric cars are significantly more expensive than their gasoline-powered counterparts, it's no wonder that it's usually the wealthier consumers who buy EVs, while lower-income families continue to stick to conventional vehicles.

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