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This house-car pairing is colorful, fun and snappy, not unlike a highway billboard meant to be read at 60 miles per hour on the way to the beach in a classic woody.
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Plan for moving day. Put together a moving-day box with essentials that you will keep in your car. Moving is kind of like camping, so pack accordingly. Include:Your moving fileSupplies from packing centralToilet paper, soap, toiletries, medications, chargers and batteries for electronics (invest in chargers that plug into your car’s lighter), paper towels, bath towels and bedsheets, so you can settle in quicklyBasic cleaning suppliesA small tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemakerPet food, bowls, leash, pet bedFirst aid kitThe Moving-Day Survival Kit: Lifesaving Items and Niceties
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1. Keep the car in the garage. If you don’t have a garage, give it a quick rinse whenever you can. Every time you touch the car, shut the door or open the window, you’ll be spreading that pollen around in the car. Keep the windows shut. I stash sanitary wipes in my car so that after I touch a pollen-covered handle or window, I won’t spread it to my face.
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Check over the car. If a car is part of the agreement, make sure you leave all insurance and roadside-assistance details handy, as well as the address of a mechanic. Check the car over before you leave, topping up the fluids and checking the tire pressure.
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Paper You Should KeepWhen deciding what papers to keep as you downsize to a smaller home, it’s wise to consider which records would be difficult or costly to re-create down the road. Those items can go at the top of your must-keep list. 1. Car and Bike RecordsIt’s best to keep car loan documents until the loan is fully paid off and to keep title documents for the cars you currently own, Consumer Reports advises. You also would be wise to save purchase receipts for bikes. Be sure to file all repair and service records. You will want to show these to a potential buyer when you sell your car or bike so that the buyer can be confident that your vehicle was properly serviced and that both your vehicle and bicycle come with an uncomplicated ownership history.