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Modified Car Insurance – How to Minimise the Costs

The first thing to understand is what falls into the ‘modified’ category. Insurers class a modification as being anything that changes the state of the car from the original factory specifications. This can include such seemingly harmless things as a re-spray or changing the seats. The first rule of car modification is to check with your insurer as to their view about your plans – and more importantly the likely change in your premium.

Why Modified Car Insurance is Costly

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Car Accident Lawsuits in Texas

Dealing with a car accident in which you were not at fault can be a traumatizing and costly experience that has the potential to have debilitating effects on your physical, mental and financial well-being. Considering the fact that Texas personal injury cases have a two-year statute of limitations, taking care of your situation in a timely and efficient manner is vital.

Knowing your rights and discussing your situation with a qualified attorney, will make this process much more straightforward and less stressful, allowing you to focus on getting your life back together.

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At a Glance: Toyota RAV4 EV

Toyota’s trusty compact RAV4 SUV has long been a segment leader, a crossover model that is sold in front- and all-wheel-drive configurations. Long powered by four and six cylinder engines, the newest model is now joined by an electric vehicle, a joint project of Toyota and Tesla Motors. With a sticker price of $49,800, the electrified RAV4 comes in priced well above the gas model, but with federal and state incentives and no gas fill up needed, the savings can be found elsewhere.

Electric Power

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