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HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CAR FROM THEFT IN SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.    Thousands of cars are stolen in San Antonio Texas every year. It does not matter the model of a car, there is always a risk that your car is exposed to. The risks range from break-ins to steal your valuables inside your car, vandalism of your car parts, to the outright theft of the whole car. READ MORE >>

Fall is not only a crispy, mellow and colorful season, but is also the right time to get down to a few exciting, silly, fun-inspired and creative activities you cannot enjoy at any other time of the year. Do not let fall get by your kids and you in a dull mode. READ MORE >>

What is tailgating, you might wonder! It is driving too close to the vehicle ahead of you. Or it is to be unmindful of the safety distance between your vehicle and the one in front. How frequently have you driven like that? And have you been intimidated by someone driving too close to you with horns blaring and headlamps flashing? READ MORE >>

Source: The Frontier As one of the largest cities in Oklahoma, Tulsa is filled with annual celebrations that include the ever entertaining Tulsa State Fair. This fun and fascinating yearly event is very much anticipated by the locals and the tourists. READ MORE >>

Flooding is a natural disaster that can strike your home at any time particularly if you live in a flood-prone area. According to statistics available from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), floods are the most frequent and often expensive natural disaster in the US, and all states or territories can experience flooding at one time or the other. READ MORE >>

In this era, everything is almost within your reach and usually all in our pockets. Not convinced? We’re talking about mobile devices here and how it can do almost all impossible things with just a few taps. READ MORE >>

If you live in Richardson, Texas, you are a next door neighbor to Dallas, and an integral part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Dallas County alone has more than two million residents. And the Metroplex — which covers Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties — is home to more than six million people. READ MORE >>