June 2018

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    How to Handle Car Repairs as a Rideshare Driver

    As a rideshare driver, you rely on your smartphone and your vehicle to earn a living. What happens if your vehicle needs to be repaired because of an accident or wear and tear? Here’s how to handle the situation: Get Your Vehicle in the Shop ASAP Cars need to be repaired from time to time. […]

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    Investing Your Uber Earnings

    Uber drivers need to look at their ridesharing as more than just a part-time income. You have the potential to make a lot of money, but if you’re not investing at least a portion of your income, you’re doing it all wrong. You need to start investing your earnings to start funding an emergency fund, […]

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    How I Found A Hotel in St. George To Stay in For A Weekend Trip

    My husband and I had a few friends that moved to St. George within the past few months. These were our really close friends and we hated to see them move away. However, our friend was offered a job in St. George that he couldn’t refuse, and his wife agreed with him that it was […]

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    5 Reasons Your Small Business Might Need High-Risk Credit Card Processing

    Credit card processors may consider some industries or individual businesses riskier than others. Some processors will automatically turn down requests for merchant accounts for these companies. If you have problems getting a merchant account for your own high-risk small business, you can find high risk credit card processing that will work for you. You may […]

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    Choosing the Right Security for Your Needs

    Whether you own a public or private lot, security for your personal and business needs is probably high on your list of priorities. Universal Door and Equipment provide many valuable tools in the fight to keep your belongings safe, including steel insulated overhead doors and security gates in Toronto. All you need to do is […]

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    Tips to Cut Costs and Maximize Profits in Rideshare Business

    Your driving for Uber, Lyft or another gig, and you don’t seem to be reaching that amazing income promise of $25 an hour, no worries, welcome to the club. If driving was lucrative rich people would do it for a living. So, what does this mean? It means that driving as a rideshare driver is […]

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    All You Need To Know About Windscreen Care

    Cars have become part of everyday life in the 21st century.  They are useful to help take children to school, get us to work, and facilitate a person’s day-to-day transportation requirements.  To ensure that your needs are met, it is important that you take care of the car at all times by checking the air […]

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    What to Teach Your Teen To Do Immediately Following a Car Accident

    Car accidents are both intense and stressful but they are a part of life even though a terrible one. Your teen driver has a much higher chance of being involved in a car accident than a middle aged counterpart. This can be due to distracted driving or simply lack of experience in certain situations. Driver’s […]

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    Someone Hit Your Parked Car. Now What?

    Car accidents happen. But when you’ve parked your car and someone hits it, you never know what might happen. A person may choose to stay at the scene of the accident, or they can look both ways for witnesses and leave the scene. Hit and runs are on the rise. Let’s go through a few […]

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    4 Features of a Car Accident Lawyer You Should Look For

    Car accidents could be one of the most stressful random events that a person can endure. This event multiplies with magnitude when you have become injured in some way or have missed a huge meeting/day at work. The worst part of this is that if another person was at fault then you had to go […]