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CONTENTS
Now on DriveLiveTV: The 2011 Honda Insight

Carland Rewards Program

Tires Tires Tires
Keep Calm and Rock On
Cool Summer Fun in the South
Go Green, Get Creative
Vehicle Comparison: The 2011 Honda Accord vs. the 2011 Chevrolet Malibu
Vehicle Profile: The 2011 Honda Insight
Complimentary Inspections
Brake Pads for Life Program
Beachside Tech Toys
Roller Coasters of Love
Sink Your Teeth into Healthy Summer Fruits
Air Conditioning Maintenance for the Summer Months
The Honda Promise!
Owner Clinic Tomorrow Night!
Oil Change Special
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The Honda Promise!
Purchase or Lease your Honda with a little piece of mind.


Honda Carland's new car inventory will be dwindled down to minimum for the next couple of months. Honda suppliers have been overcoming very difficult obstacles in Japan - due to acts beyond their control.


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Owner Clinic Tomorrow Night!
Get to know your new Honda ... and have fun doing it!


Thats right ... The Owner Clinic for all new Honda owners or for anyone wanting to learn a little about their Honda is tomorrow night at 7:00!  Professionally catered, Chance to win a 32" TV, and fun for everyone!

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Now on DriveLiveTV: The 2011 Honda Insight

Saving money and the environment often means going without. Not so with Honda's 2011 Insight.
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Vehicle Comparison: The 2011 Honda Accord vs. the 2011 Chevrolet Malibu
The family sedan legend takes on a young gun.

Photo: The 2011 Honda Accord
As far as the editors at Car and Driver are concerned, the Honda Accord is the gold standard for family sedans. Since the magazine started a Ď10Best Carsí list nearly 30 years ago, the Honda Accord has been selected a record 25 times Ė more than any other model. But in the extremely competitive family sedan market, there are a lot of worthy competitors. Take for instance the 2011 Chevrolet Malibu. Both of these family sedans are solid choices, but which of these two machines takes the title when compared against the other?
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Vehicle Profile: The 2011 Honda Insight
The choice for a more sporty and economical hybrid sedan.

Photo: The 2011 Honda Insight
When buying a new car, performance is always one of the top considerations. In recent years, however, instead of measuring things like horsepower, torque and zero-to-60 times, performance is more often being measured in miles per gallon. If you want the ultimate in fuel efficiency, look no further than the 2011 Honda Insight.
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Keep Calm and Rock On
Musicís latest British Invasion.

Photo: Keep Calm and Rock On
The British Invasion, a pivotal and influential period from 1964 through 1966 that introduced us to The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who, was one of the biggest pop culture movements the U.S. has ever seen. Every few years, a new crop of British superstars crosses the pond with hopes of following in their countrymenís footsteps and this generation is no exception.
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Cool Summer Fun in the South
Georgia hosts exciting and family-friendly summer events.

Photo: Cool Summer Fun in the South
While temperatures are soaring, the outdoor entertainment in Georgia this summer couldnít be cooler. Whether youíre at the beach, in the city or somewhere in between, get your share of fun in the sun at a concert, festival or another summertime celebration.
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Go Green, Get Creative
Weird and wacky ways to protect the environment every day.

Photo: Go Green, Get Creative
How many times can you be told to turn off your lights, only drink from reusable water bottles and compost this and recycle that before itís all just white noise? Well, if you want different, you got it. Here are some of the most unusual, and sometimes downright disgusting, ways you can go green. (But if you donít mind, please unplug your computer when youíre done, it just wastes energy and money...sorry.)
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Beachside Tech Toys
See which gadgets are hotter than the summer sun.

Photo: Beachside Tech Toys
Getting ready for a relaxing day at the beach can actually be quite stressful. From sunscreen to kidsí toys, there's a lot to pack up in the car and then carry across the sand. Fortunately, however, tech companies have been hard at work creating summer gadgets that can make your life much easier. Here are a few user-friendly, efficient and downright fun tools for your upcoming beach trip:
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Roller Coasters of Love
The best roller coasters in the U.S.

Photo: Roller Coasters of Love
The Steel Dragon, the Big Dipper, the Loop dí Loop Ė whatever you call them, roller coasters are the epitome of summertime fun. However, if youíre a true thrill-seeker, any old coaster wonít do; you want the best of the best of the best. Luckily for you, youíre about to get just that.
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Sink Your Teeth into Healthy Summer Fruits
Sweet, tangy or tart, these seasonal treats will keep you feeling your best.

Photo: Sink Your Teeth into Healthy Summer Fruits
Although itís important to eat fruit all throughout the year, summer is one of the best times to enjoy flavorful, juicy fruits at their freshest. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, summertime favorites like watermelon, red grapes, raspberries and figs are packed with valuable nutrients that will keep you youthful and energized. No matter where you live in the country, thereís always something ripe when the weather warms up. Here are some fruits that are as good for your overall health as they are for your taste buds:
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Air Conditioning Maintenance for the Summer Months
Catching small problems early is the key to a cool car.

Photo: Air Conditioning Maintenance for the Summer Months
The summer months are officially here and hot weather has already settled in through much of the country. That means that owners are clicking on their vehiclesí air conditioning systems for the first time this season. Air conditioning systems are specifically designed to be largely maintenance free, but small issues can grow into big problems without regular checks. Thatís why the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), recommends having your vehicleís systems examined twice a year to make certain everything is in top working order.
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