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  • Things That Affect Price of Auto Insurance

    By on November 30, 2015

    Your Driving History: If you have more tickets and are involved in more accidents, your rate will be higher. Based on statistics, drivers with no traffic violations and with fewer tickets pay less because they are considered to be lower risk. It is believed that they have a smaller chance of being involved in incidents, therefore, it is less expensive

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  • Helldorado Days – Las Vegas

    By on June 14, 2015

    Showcased through downtown Las Vegas in mid- May, Helldorado Days is a popular cowboy themed festival that began over 70 years ago and comes complete with a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association rodeo, a parade, themed festival, exhibits and food vendors. Highlights of the event include the Whiskerino Contest, the Armed Forces Day Operation Free Ride, and the ever popular Helldorado

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  • Hot August Nights – Reno

    By on June 14, 2015

    Step back in time. Attracting over 800,000 spectators and participants, Hot August Nights is considered to be one of the most important premiere classic car events in the world, and is the largest classic car and nostalgia event in the USA. Taking place in the Reno, Sparks and Lake Tahoe areas, Hot August Nights , “Celebrating America’s Love Affair with

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  • Ford Prices New GT inline with Lambo Aventador

    By on March 9, 2015

    Ok car collectors get in line. Ford has announced that it will price the 2017 Ford GT at about the price of a Lamborghini Aventador whose MSRP starts at around $400,000. The GT will be the most expensive Ford ever and only about 250 will be built per year. The rear-wheel drive, mid-engine GT is being made with carbon fiber,

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  • How Credit Score Affects Car Insurance Rates?

    By on February 15, 2015

    Credit-based insurance scores, like credit scores, are numerical summaries of consumers’ credit histories. Credit-based insurance scores typically are calculated using information about past delinquencies or information on the public record (e.g., bankruptcies); debt ratios (i.e., how close a consumer is to his or her credit limit); evidence of seeking new credit (e.g., inquiries and new accounts); the length and age

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