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Avoid Messes while Traveling with Food

Spills and messes are a real possibility when transporting hot food to a holiday celebration. By taking a few precautions, you can worry less about messes and enjoy the drive. Here are some tips for mess-free holiday travel.

Seal it tight. Pack your food in tightly closed containers.

Pack food appropriately. Keep hot food from spilling by placing covered pans inside a box slightly larger than the pan and stuff with newspaper to catch drips.

Use up extra space. Cold dishes and desserts can be held in passengers' laps.

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Distraction-Free Driving With Man's Best Friend

Road trips are fun. They offer rest and relaxation while allowing vacationers to see new sights.

Bringing the entire family, including your four-legged friends, along makes vacationing extra special. Be sure to follow these two guidelines to help keep yourself & man's best friend safe:

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Keep Ahead of Car Trouble

When getting ready for the upcoming season, it's not a bad idea to bring your car to Net Auto to get it serviced. Even if you are really good at checking things like your tire pressure and keeping your fluids topped up, there are many things that need attention, and some are impossible to see from your viewpoint. 

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Car Tires and Tire Rotation

When maintaining a car, one of the things that a car owner may want to consider is having their tires rotated. Some car owners may not think much about tire rotation, but tire rotation could help make car tires last longer.

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Safety is Key to Having a Fun and Happy Halloween

Halloween is a fun holiday for kids and adults alike. To enjoy the festivities to their fullest be sure to talk to your kids about common sense safety measures.

Kids should always trick-or-treat with an adult or large group of friends. Teach your children not to walk in the roadway, and to cross the street at well-marked crosswalks. If your neighborhood has heavy traffic, consider organizing a group of parents to host a Halloween carnival or trunk-or-treat celebration instead of traditional trick-or-treating. 

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Keep Your Family Safe by Taking Care of Your Vehicle's Brakes

Don't wait until it's too late to get your brakes serviced. Your vehicle's brakes are a crucial component in staying safe while driving on the road. It is the nature of brakes to wear out eventually and when they do, they will need to be replace. Until then, know the signs to look out for that will alert you that your brakes are failing. These signs include:

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Preparing Your Car for Fall

Summer is coming to a close soon and that means now is a great time to prepare your car for fall. Preparing for fall isn't going to be as intense as preparing for winter, but there are some things you should have done to your car in order for it to run at its most efficient this fall. Including:

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Driving Safely in a Traffic Jam

Traffic jams are one of the things many people dislike about driving. It causes anxiety and can change the mood of the driver. Although we hate being stuck in traffic this is a time where you have to pay extra attention to the road and how you're driving. Following these safe driving tips will get you out of traffic unscathed.

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Protect Your Backseat Passengers

Many of us ride with passengers in the backseat, mainly children. It's the safest place for children to ride, but you still need to be proactive in protecting both children and adults who ride in the backseat.

Here are some tips to reduce the risk of harm for your backseat passengers:

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