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Archer Woman Arrested For Covering Car With Condiments And Peppers

When you think of Subway, you generally think of what you want on your footlong, not what you want on your car. This Only In Florida story takes us to the Tower Square Subway Restaurant where 50-year old Ann Julan Tribuani-Rosenogle was arrested Monday on criminal mischief after allegedly covering...
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Sunscreen Does Expire

With the days getting longer and the temperatures getting warmer, we can expect to find ourselves outside more often. But as you reach for the sunscreen you purchased last year, is it still effective in protecting your skin from sun damage? Maybe. Sunscreen does expire and is effective for three...
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Car Explodes After Driver Douses Himself With Body Spray And Lights Cigarette

There is some debate about the effectiveness of body sprays used to freshen you up. An unidentified man was taken to a Baltimore, Maryland hospital after he decided to freshen up with an aerosol body spray while inside his parked car. As in many cases, the spritzing may have been a little too much...
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Electric Cars Are About To Get Loud

Usually we want cars to be quieter but in the case of electric and hybrid cars, they're too quiet and that's a problem for bicyclists and pedestrians who cannot hear as stalker-quiet cars approach them. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) finalized long-delayed rules that...
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Do You Turn On Your Car's Parking Lights When You Park?

So what are the parking lights on your car used for? Your car has them but do you remember the last time you used them? The flasher or hazard light setting covers your car if it becomes disabled on the roadway. Headlights light the way at night and taillights makes sure no one runs into you at...
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Inside Look How Auto Insurance Companies Create Rates

There is so much information about you that goes into your automobile insurance. Of course your driving record, type of car and miles you drive can affect the premiums, but you may not know that education, credit score and even weather can too? It's called nondriving factors and it can make a big...
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Thieves Pile Four Tons Of Stolen Oranges In The Back Seat Of Two Cars

Normally when you think of a heist, its money, diamonds or a nuclear missile being stolen. While helping yourself to some fruit pieces may not raise too many red flags, stealing over four tons of oranges with many of them piled in the back seat of a sedan ca, you're gonna attract some attention!...
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Online Service Pairs Home Garages With Those Needing A Garage To Work On Their Projects

Airbnb allowed homeowners to make some extra cash by renting out their homes to guests. 31-year old Andrew Koretz thinks the same can be done for home garages. The entrepreneur has launched, "Garage Time," which apparently allows anyone to rent out unused garage space to people who just need space...
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Thieves Get Away Using In-Store Electric Scooters

In the movies criminals have their escape route all ready to go and usually it involves a waiting person in a getaway car the speeds down the road or thieves running at away from the scene of the crime. That's in the movies. In real life a criminal couple used the in-store electric scooters as...
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Uses For Used Dryer Sheets

After each load of laundry has dried there is a good chance you are left with a little white sheet that softens your clothes as the dry. Rather than tossing it in the garbage you can re-purpose them for little projects around the house. For instance, wipe one over your clothes or furniture to help...
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