Buying New Tires? | Review online shops first

I suggest you goto an impartial info site like http://www.seektires.com to research some buying techniques and buying guides to help save you money on buying new tires before just driving to your local garage and buying whatever the sale people tell you to buy.

There is a lot to be made for doing research on the web today especially when you are looking to replace your old tires. Now we all know that tires are expensive some more than other but making sure you buy the right tires for your car and not only your budget is imperative.

Tires | Good Prices
Tires | Good Prices

Several major brands like Bridgestone tires, Firestone & Vulcan offer discounted tire ranges especially now that summer is approaching.

Passport Escort Radar Detector: Avoid the Speed Traps

Car Products to Save you Money

The Escort Passport 9500ix radar detector review: There are a few of us that do not like parting with our hard earned cash for speeding fines. Well who really likes getting fined or accumulating points on their driving license?

Passport Escort Radar 9500ix

9500ixExactly, well I have always been a person to speculate to accumulate and last Saturday forked out just over $400 for a wondrous radar detector by Escort to save me money in the long run. In these times of austerity we all need to cut back but I have stacked up well over 400 dollars in my days as an erratic driver mainly in my younger days er….moving on.

The 9500ix features every whistle and bells you could want and this product even learns on the job.

Every time you approach a police static camera or police man with radar a gun trying to trap you in a speed trap the Escort 9500ix beeps and stores the location of this speeding trap.

More to the point when you buy this product you also get 6 months free hooked up to the Speed Signal Database. This systematically updates your device to input all the locations of all the speed cameras nationwide throughout the USA, how cool is that!

So my advice is to read an indepth review on this product here http://www.my5starproductreviews.com/escortpassport9500ix/
or watch this Youtube Video for more information on the Passport 9500ix Radar Detector.

For more information on radar techniques and the theory behind 3d radar go here

 

Scholarships Questions and Answers

What is the due date for the Federal Children’s Scholarship application?

The application must be filled out completely and postmarked by July 1, 2003.

Where do I mail the application?

The application and corresponding information should be mailed to: Federal Children’s Scholarship Fund, PO Box 25767, Alexandria, VA 22313-5767.

Is there a minimum age that I need to be in order to be eligible for the scholarship?

You must be at least 18 years old.

Does my parent or grandparent have to be current federal employee or active military personnel?

Your parent or grandparent can be a current or former federal employee or a current or former member of the military.

When will the scholarship recipients be notified of their award?

All recipients will be notified by August 31, 2003.

Can I get a list of the award recipients?

The list of award recipients will be made available on the Federal Children’s Scholarship Fund web site at www.fedscholarships.org by August 31, 2003.

What amounts will the scholarships be awarded in?

For the 2003-2004 Scholarship Year the scholarships will be awarded and distributed in awards of $500 to $1,000 awards per student.

If I get a scholarship for the 2003-2004 school year, is it automatically renewed for the 2004-2005 school year?

Scholarships are awarded on a one-time basis. If you wish to be considered for an award for another school year, you will need to apply again.

What criteria are used to determine a scholarship recipient?

Federal Children’s Scholarship Fund scholarships are need-based and awarded based on the household income of the applicant. The applicant’s GPA is also a consideration but to a much lesser degree.

Does the school that I’ll be attending in the Fall 2003 semester have to be in the United States?

The school can be located in the United States or outside the United States. You just need to be enrolled at the school to meet eligibility requirements.

Scholarships Application Overview

  2003 Scholarship Application

Federal Children’s Scholarship Fund was formed to help the children of federal employees and retirees, military personnel and veterans with need-based scholarships that assist in building successful college careers!
Note NEW address: Send your applications to Federal Children’s Scholarship Fund (FCSF), Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 25767 Alexandria, VA 22313-5767. Applications are due by July 1, 2003.
Click here to get your 2003 Application.

FREE 2003 Scholarship Handbook

Written specifically for the children of federal employees and members of our military community, this unique handbook gives you everything they need to know about the ins-and-outs of paying for your college education. From the nuts and bolts of deciding which college to attend to the detailed explanations of qualifying for scholarships and grants! The updated 2003 Edition will be available by March 31, 2003.
Click here to request your FREE copy today!

FREE Scholarship Email Newsletter

Every month, we’ll tell you about the latest information about scholarships that are available – and where to go to get them. We’ll let you know about inside tips that help you “stand-out in the crowd” and about other financial resources that can make the difference to you financial well-being. Whether you’re looking for scholarships, grants or loans for college, we’ll help you find the best ones for you – every month.
Click here to request your FREE email subscription!

Other FREE Scholarship Resources

The newest section of our website – launching April 21, 2003 – will be jam-packed with all the latest scholarship information you need to stay ahead of the never-ending search for financial help. We’ll tell you about the latest scholarships, loans and grants available to you – and we’ll give you the direct links to their websites! And much. much more!

Federal Children’s Scholarships

The Federal Children’s Scholarship Fund (FCSF) offers college scholarships to the children or grandchildren of active or retired federal and postal employees, as well as the children or grandchildren of active duty or retired military personnel (please see Requirements for details).

The 2003 FCSF scholarship applications are available on our website for downloading. The two-page Application, along with detailed instructions and a listing of all necessary Scholarship Requirements can be downloaded and viewed in PDF format.

Completed applications for the 2003/2004 academic year will be due by July 1, 2003. All Scholarship Awards will be announced on or before August 31, 2003.