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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Kelly Blue Book Announces 10 Coolest Cars Under $18,000 with Micah Muzio

The average price when buying a new vehicle is around $35,000. If you’re in the market for a new car, but your expectations don’t match your bank account, don’t stress just yet. The experts at Kelley Blue Book found the 10 coolest cars that are under $18,000.

Managing editor of video for KBB.com, Micah Muzio reveals which sedans, compact cars and SUVs made the list and the cool features that are included. Now in its 14th year, Kelley Blue Book’s “coolest cars” proves that affordability and coolness can coexist!

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About Micah Muzio, Managing Editor of Video for Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com                  
Micah Muzio is the managing editor of video for Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com. Muzio’s responsibilities include producing unique and engaging video content for KBB.com, attending new-vehicle introduction events on behalf of Kelley Blue Book and writing knowledgeable yet pithy new car reviews for KBB.com. Muzio is Kelley Blue Book’s on-camera talent in KBB.com’s vehicle video reviews, feature videos and auto show coverage. Prior to joining Kelley Blue Book, Muzio held a variety of positions in radio, video and production. In addition, he is a licensed helicopter pilot, amateur race car driver, and winner of the Motor Press Guild's prestigious Dean Batchelor Award.

I want to thank Kelly Blue Book, for this interview opportunity! I also want to thank Micah Muzio for taking out the time to share his automotive tips.

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Tire Safety w. Racing Duo Johnny & Loni Unser

Tire safety is often overlooked and underrated. A national survey reveals only 17 percent of drivers are “tire smart” or know how to properly check tire pressure. Johnny Unser of the legendary Unser racing family, and his daughter, Loni (a rookie racer herself), both know how important tires are for safe, successful driving.

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Friday, May 26, 2017

Your Memorial Day Road Trip Survival Guide w. Carroll Lachnit, Consumer Advice Editor, Edmunds.com

With almost 80 percent of American families planning to hit the open road this summer, it’s safe to say The Great American Road Trip is making a resurgence. Whether it’s a last-minute decision to get out of town for Memorial Day Weekend, finally crossing the “big trip” off your bucket list or just taking advantage of unexpectedly low gas prices, travelers need a plan in place before putting the pedal to the metal.

Carroll Lachnit, Consumer Advice Editor at Edmunds.com, shares her road trip checklist and to help you avoid breakdowns, meltdowns and everything in between! From making sure your AC is up to the challenge to mapping out your potty pit stops, Carroll will have you covered.

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Carroll Lachnit
Carroll Lachnit is a consumer advice editor at Edmunds.com, responsible for directing a team that writes about car shopping, leasing and related topics. Lachnit is a career journalist and has worked as a daily newspaper reporter, magazine editor and Web site editor. She's also the author of four published mystery novels, including one in which the protagonist manages to free herself from the trunk of a Hyundai Elantra (prior to the advent of trunk-safety releases) before it's crushed by freight train. Her first car was a hand-me-down 1960 Chevrolet Impala.

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