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Here you’ll find articles relating to the many challenges our veterans and their families face daily.

RV Owners on a Travel | Veteran Car Donations
September 24, 2021

How Much Is RV Storage?

Cost Depends on Your Vehicle’s Size and the Kind of Storage You Want The expenses of owning a recreational vehicle don’t end with its purchase. You also have to consider the costs of the vehicle’s maintenance and storage. Many RV owners don’t have enough space in their homes where they can safely secure their vehicles. ...
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Boats Sitting on a Pier | Veteran Car Donations
September 23, 2021

How Much Is Boat Storage?

Know the Real Costs of Storing Your Boat Boat storage is part of your boat’s maintenance. Unless you want to keep it out in the open, exposed to the elements all year round, spending for storage is a necessity to keep your boat secured and protected. The larger your boat is, the more you’ll have ...
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Autumn Morning in Nature | Veteran Car Donations
September 22, 2021

5 Interesting Facts about the Autumn Equinox

Get Ready for This Celestial Event on September 22nd The autumn equinox occurs in the Northern Hemisphere in September of each year. In most years, it happens either on September 22nd or 23rd. However, it can also occur on September 21st or 24th. The reason for this is that the length of a calendar year ...
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Father And Son Beside a Car | Veteran Car Donations
September 22, 2021

Best Vehicles for New Drivers: 2021 Edition

Get Your Teen an Auto with the Best Value for Money When looking for a car for a first-time driver, you have to consider three factors. The first is the vehicle’s safety features. Since new drivers need to familiarize themselves first with the nuances of driving, the car must rate high in safety tests to ...
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People Holding Peace Symbol | Veteran Car Donations
September 21, 2021

5 Things You Should Know about the International Day of Peace

Do Your Part in Promoting Peace on September 21st Established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1981, the International Day of Peace aims to promote non-violence and the peaceful resolution of conflicts worldwide. The U.N. initially declared the third Tuesday of September as the International Day of Peace. Two decades later, the world body ...
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Car's Engine Bay | Veteran Car Donations
September 20, 2021

Do’s and Don’ts of Cleaning Your Car’s Engine Bay

Know What to Do and What Not to Do Even though most of your attention is probably focused on the exterior of your car, it pays to be also mindful of the parts inside your vehicle. Many of your car’s vital components are found inside your engine bay. Cleaning your engine bay is a great ...
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Traffic Cone on Road | Veteran Car Donations
September 18, 2021

4 Warning Signs of Car Trouble to Watch Out For

Is Your Car Telling You Something? Whether your vehicle is old or new, you’re likely to experience car trouble sooner or later. Luckily, vehicles have their way of communicating with their owners that something is wrong with them. As a car owner, you need to pay attention to these signs and symptoms so you can ...
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US Air Force FC-032 Under Gray Sky | Veteran Car Donations
September 18, 2021

5 Ways to Best Celebrate the 74th U.S. Air Force Birthday

Pay Tribute to Our Winged Heroes on September 18th On September 18th, 1947, Stuart Symington was sworn in as the first secretary of the United States Air Force (USAF), thus marking the birth of a new branch of the United States Armed Forces.  Earlier that year, President Harry Truman signed the National Security Act of ...
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The US Flag and The POW/MIA Flag | Veteran Car Donations
September 17, 2021

National POW/MIA Recognition Day: 5 Ways to Show Your Support for Our Missing and Imprisoned Soldiers

Remember Our Heroes on September 17th In 1979, the United States Congress and then-President Jimmy Carter passed resolutions declaring the third Friday of every September as POW/MIA Recognition Day. This came about after the families of the more than 2,500 Vietnam War POW/MIAs pushed for full accountability. The recognition day is dedicated to remembering our ...
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President's Eyes in a Dollar Bill | Veteran Car Donations
September 17, 2021

Constitution Day: 5 Fascinating Facts About Our Government’s Fundamental Framework

Celebrate the Creation of Our Nation’s Foundation on September 17th Constitution Day, also known as Citizenship Day, celebrates the historic event that took place on September 17th, 1787. That was the date when 39 delegates of the Constitutional Convention signed the final draft of the U.S. Constitution. In essence, this marked the official establishment of ...
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