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Parents should limit car use, point out unsafe driving behaviors, be a good role model, set 'carfews'
An estimated 50 Pinto owners from as far away as California and Pennsylvania showed off their prized cars amid hundreds of Ford's more popular and elegant models at the annual Ford employee car show.
The Street: A used car hasn't always been a great deal since the recession, but buyers in some U.S. towns are finding them a much easier sale than others.
The SUV is the new family sedan.
Another fuel-sipping alternative is available to motorists weary of yo-yo pump prices: the gasoline-electric hybrid version of Honda's popular Civic compact sedan.
Jay Leno just purchased a $1.2-million 903-horsepower hybrid P1 McLaren.
Many teenagers are driving cars that are poorly matched to their driving skills, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The Street: Stop right there, you are mistaken. New Jersey drivers - even though their horns are always blaring - are not the nation's worst.
The Street: Teenage boys are much more expensive to insure than teenage girls, says in a report. Boys add 92% to your premiums, and girls add 67%.

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