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Ready for Winter to End? Prepare for Potholes

Despite the proclamations of "Richard III," now is decidedly not the winter of our discontent. As weather forecasts for the Northeast and Midwest show continued freezing temperatures ? between 10 and 30 degrees below normal for this time of year ? no warm up is in sight at least into the first week of March. But if you think you're discontented by winter now, wait until the big thaw comes and you attempt to make your commute to work without your car becoming the stuff of a Shakespearean tragedy. Why? Potholes.

Why You Shouldn't Complain About Construction Season

Those car-hating…
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WIN A 2015 VICTORY GUNNER PLUS A TRIP TO MEET THE NESS FAMILY TO HAVE IT PERSONALLY CUSTOMIZED

Victory Announces the Custom Ness Sweepstakes
Picture this: you and Arlen Ness, hanging out at the shop, having a beer and customizing your brand new 2015 Victory Gunner. Sound like a dream? With the Victory Custom Ness Sweepstakes, it?s a dream that will become a reality for one lucky winner. Victory is going over the top to celebrate their riders, by offering up the chance to not only win a new Gunner, but to also meet Arlen, Cory, and Zach Ness in California, and have the bike personally customized. No catch, no strings ? just a dream opportunity Victory is…
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2014 Polaris Sportsman Ace 4x4 - First Drive

A perfect entry-level vehicle

The all-new Polaris Sportsman ACE is the perfect combination of an ATV and UTV. It?s similar in size to a 4x4 quad and rides almost exactly like the new Polaris Sportsman 570 4x4, but it?s equipped with a single bucket seat, steering wheel, and a roll cage that provides a safe platform for newbies to the sport. This easy-to-use, nimble machine has the easiest learning curve of any ATV or UTV we?ve ever tested. If you can drive a car, you?ll feel right at home in the ACE.


INNOVATIVE & COMFORTABLE


The Sportsman…
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2015 Challenger rundown

As we get closer to the 2015 Dodge Challenger?s midyear launch, it?s worth looking at what?s coming down the pike.

The Challenger is moving from its current ?LC? body to the ?LA? body, as noted years ago by Allpar when plans first started. Most observers expect relatively few exterior changes to the car, though the dimensions will change along with key parts (including the floorpan); the classic Challenger lines will remain, but the front fascia will change, still maintaining links to the classic 1970s Dodge Challengers. The tail is likely to be modernized with smooth ?light pipe…
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Closer Look: 2014 Jeep Cherokee at NAIAS

You may remember when the 2014 Jeep Cherokee made its debut last year at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. This year at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, we wanted to bring you an up close and personal look at our newest vehicle.

While we were there, we talked with Ron Frank, Jeep brand product specialist. He took us through some of the highlights of the vehicle, which you can see in the video below.



Two Jeep brand advocates, Chase Carver and Daniel Luenzmann, also came to check out the vehicle for themselves.

?The Cherokee instantly…
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The New 2015 Nissan Versa Note

Competes with: Chevrolet Sonic, Ford Fiesta, Honda Fit
Looks like: The Versa Note you know, now with a sport-themed SR trim level
Drivetrain: 109-hp, 1.6-liter four-cylinder with five-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission; front-wheel drive
Hits dealerships: Spring 2014

Nissan's value-oriented four-door hatchback gains two new trim levels for the 2015 model year: the performance-themed SR, which makes its debut at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show, and a top-of-the-line SL version. In addition to the new SR and SL trims, all Versa Notes gain standard Bluetooth connectivity for 2015.

More 2014 Chicago Auto Show Coverage

Pricing hasn…
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2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel Exceeds Expectations

Earlier this month, MotorTrend released its annual Truck of the Year Award and, to its own shock, gave the award to the 2014 Ram 1500, which also won Truck of the Year in 2013. Why did this announcement come as a surprise to the people at MotorTrend? Well, perhaps because the publication has not given the Truck of the Year Award to the same vehicle in back to back years since the award started in 1979.

Knowing this information, one should not be surprised that the 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel received 8,000 orders between February 7 and February 10…
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2014 SRT Viper TA

SRT CEO Ralph Gilles could have been detailing his brand's top-secret plans for the next five years, or taking potshots at the Corvette for all I knew. I was only about 10 feet away from Gilles as he was telling a small group of assembled media something or other about the history of the Viper ? just now enriched with this "Time Attack" TA model ? though I was barely aware of the fact that he was addressing me at all. Despite my laptop being dutifully erected for the purpose of taking notes, my concentration had been splintered by the sensationally…
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Choosing the right vehicle to tow your RV

There may be plenty of snow still on the ground but now is the perfect time to think "Summer Road Trip!" But before you go buy that new RV you have been dreaming of you need to make sure that you have the right vehicle to tow it with. Maybe you already know your towing capacity, or maybe your lease is almost up and it's time to start shopping for a new vehicle. If you know you are looking for a specific type of RV this article will help you match your vehicle with the right RV or the…

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Talking on a cellphone while driving is risky. But simpler distractions can also cause harm.

Perhaps you?ve heard the claim that talking on the phone while driving is as risky as driving drunk. Indeed, a driving simulator study found ?profound? impairments in both cellphone chatters and in people with a blood alcohol level of 0.08.

But here?s the surprising thing: It doesn?t seem to make a difference whether drivers are using hand-held phones or hands-free systems. What matters is simply that they are talking with someone outside the car.

Everyone understands the risk of taking your eyes off the road or your hands off the steering wheel, says David Teater, senior…
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