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June Recall



Mitsubishi has recently issued two recalls. The first recall affects old Lancers, Lancer Sportbacks, Outlanders, and Outlander Sports. These models might have a corrosion issue that affects the suspension of the cars. The second Mitsubishi recall affects the current generation Outlander and Outlander PHEV models which have improperly built seat assemblies. While only 1% of […]

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What Should You Do in A Motor Vehicle Accident?



Even the best drivers get into motor vehicle accidents. If you are involved in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, follow these steps to protect yourself: Step 1: Dial 911 No matter how minor the motor vehicle accident, you want the police to arrive and make a report. Do not leave the scene […]

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Alcohol Awareness Month



Each April, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence observes Alcohol Awareness Month. The purpose is to help communities understand what causes alcohol abuse, provide solutions for those who are suffering from addiction, and end the stigma of alcoholism. How common is alcohol addiction? Recent stats show that 65.3 million people ages 12 and […]

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What Does the Fee Free Policy Mean?



One of the biggest misconceptions people have about hiring a lawyer is the cost. Many times, lawyers think that the general public is are of the different payment structures for attorneys. At Rob Levine & Associates, it is our job to be your advocate. And as such, we want you to have all the information […]

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4 Safety Tips for Winter Truck Driving



In New England, truck deliveries don’t stop because of winter weather. When drivers have long routes, sometimes bad weather doesn’t present itself right away. It’s important for truck drivers to know how to react in snow and icy conditions to prevent accidents on the road. Be Prepared Before a driver enters a vehicle, they should […]

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