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New Year, New You, Used Car - Tips on Buying a Used Car in the New Year

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Jan 10th, 2018 8:00am

New Year, New You, Used Car -  Tips on Buying a Used Car in the New Year For many people, buying a used car as a woman once ranked right up there with a dentist visit.  However, today times have changed, and the process of buying a used car doesn't have to be as horrific as it used to be.  Today, women are informed consumers who hold the family purse-strings and have armed themselves with all the available information to make a used car purchase experience far less stressful.  Today, ...


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Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles Make Used Car Buying Easier... Sometimes - The Street

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Nov 30th, 2016 8:00am

Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles Make Used Car Buying Easier... Sometimes - The Street Certified pre-owned vehicles have shaken much of the shadiness out of the used car markets. Sure, you can still get a cheap used car on a lot by the highway or through some random ad, but certified pre-owned (CPO) cars are part of the reason that used car buyers don't have to put themselves in peril anymore. Introduced by Mercedes-Benz and ...


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Halloween Safety for Drivers and Trick or Treaters

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Oct 31st, 2016 11:00am

Halloween Safety for Drivers and Trick or Treaters Halloween is the most dangerous night of the year for child pedestrians. Darting out into the street is one of the most common causes of pedestrian death among children. As children scurry from house to house collecting treats, it is important to take the following precautions: Visibility Decorate costumes, bags, and sacks with reflective tape and stickers. Use costumes that are light or bright enough to make children more ...


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MondayHotreviews in the News, April 2010

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Apr 30th, 2010 9:25pm

April 1, 2010MondayHotreviews.info Has Partnered with the Long Island Press to Provide Content for the Newly Launched "CARS" SectionMondayHotreviews begins sharing expert advice for the Long Island PressWatch for ongoing contributions to LongIslandPress.com/cars April 4, 2010Certified Female Friendly Judy Curry at FoxBusinessNews.com: "A Woman Who Means Business"Judy Curry describes herself as "a soccer mom with two kids, a business degree and a ...


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MondayHotreviews in the News, March 2010

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Mar 31st, 2010 9:00pm

March 2010Jody Devere and MondayHotreviews featured at FenderBender.com "The X (Chromosome) Factor"Does the sex of the person fixing your car, or taking your information over the phone, or writing up an estimate make a meaningful difference? Well, yes, it can. In an industry that serves people who are typically in crisis, creating a nurturing, concerned and yes, feminine, customer care culture is going to bring in business. Not to mention that ...


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MondayHotreviews.info and Jody DeVere featured in Woman's Day Magazine!

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Mar 24th, 2010 2:11am

MondayHotreviews.info President and CEO Jody DeVere was interviewed for an article appearing on page 16 of the April 17, 2010, edition of Woman's Day Magazine.In the article, titled "Tuneup Time," DeVere provides Women's Day readers with three simple steps to prep their cars for warmer spring weather.Read the article in its digital edition at Zinio.com,  or purchase a copy on newsstands soon!


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Pet-Friendly Subaru Joins Forces with ASPCA

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Mar 3rd, 2010 12:53am

Here at MondayHotreviews.info, we like to think of ourselves as extremely pet friendly. Our contributing editor Breanne loves to share stories about her Corgis,  we recently paired with Christina Selter of BarkBuckleUP at the Chicago Auto Show to announce the 2010 Top Ten Pet Safe Vehicles, and our good friend Yvonne DeVita of Lipsticking is currently planning BlogPaws 2010,  the first ever pet blogger conference, which will take ...


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MondayHotreviews in the News, February 2010

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Mar 1st, 2010 6:59am

February 3, 2010MondayHotreviews.info and Certfied Female Friendly Curry's Auto Featured in U.S. News & World Report: "How to Avoid Auto Repair Rip-Offs"For tips on picking out a reputable shop and avoiding rip-offs, we asked the founders of Virginia-based Curry's Auto Service, a finalist for Tire Review's Top Shop Award.Since it opened in 1998, Curry's has grown from a single location and one technician to five stores with 70 employees. ...


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MondayHotreviews in the News, January 2010

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Feb 1st, 2010 6:59am

January 7, 2010MondayHotreviews.info at The Detroit News: "Don't let your love of cars go cold in winter"The dead of an icy, snowy Michigan winter is sort of a low point on the automotive scene, whether you're an enthusiast or just an ordinary owner-operator. Our commutes are more treacherous, our vehicles get grubby with slush and salt, and there's nothing colder this side of the grave than a dark car cabin in a zero-degree dawn.Read the ...


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Recycling Your Used Motor Oil

Posted by MondayHotreviews - Automotive Advice for Women at Jan 6th, 2010 7:00pm

Are you a wannabe do-it-yourselfer who has been afraid to try to change your own oil? While this task can seem daunting, if done carefully, it doesn't have to be messy or complicated. This is the third of three simple and eco-friendly steps, so be sure to read the entire series: Changing Your Own Motor Oil  (Wednesday, December 30); Changing and Recycling Your Own Used Oil Filter  (Tuesday, January 5), and Recycling Your ...


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