DriverSide: Free Vehicle Information and Help:
is the first full service Web site with the mission of saving consumers time and money through resources that make owning or leasing an automobile hassle-free. Unlike other automotive Web sites, DriverSide has brought together every available car and truck-related resource in one place and made it accessible and free.
Focusing on saving consumers money, DriverSide eliminates fees, including used car listings, helps consumers maintain the value of their vehicles, and ensures users know what to pay for typical repair jobs, parts and accessories. is building a community of mainstream consumers who can participate in forums, meet other car owners, and post reviews on mechanics and dealers.
Free Directory Service – From :
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hear a brief 10-second ad before a recorded voice asks the usual "What
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Excedrin Rebate – From Mike:
paging through my coupon inserts from last week and came across a rebate form up
to $4.99 for 24ct Excedrin Back & Body. I know there are lots of
Excedrin coupons floating around from pervious inserts, as I still have a couple
$2.00 coupons specifically for any Excedrin Back $ Body product. I thought
this might be a good item to use at CVS to reach your $15/$20 total, and in
return make some money at the same time.
My family and I recently discovered how much we enjoy Red Robin
burgers. After filling out the comment card at the restaurant, I
received a $1 off for you and a friend coupon in the mail, and a $3 off
coupon by email. We plan on using them to return to Red Robin for
LowerMyBills.com – From Eunice:
We have used various times to check our landline rates and I just did it again today. I checked with our current company to see if they could match the rate, which they wouldn’t. So, I switched, and will save the $1.97 monthly service charge we’re getting a lower instate and out-of- state rate. We are charged a $5.00 one-time fee to change, but will recoup that in no time at all. Some companies will credit the switching fee, so just do your homework.