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Are Hoverboards Still Dangerous to Consumers?

It was early morning in Dumont, New Jersey as fire fighters arrived at a house on Hazel Street. The structure was burning from the basement and into the kitchen and the firemen were able to put it out quickly, though it took hours to put out the various hotspots that were started. So, what caused this sudden blaze? Would you…
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Is This Popular SUV Making You Sick?

Hundreds of consumer complaints sent to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) claim one of America’s most popular SUVs has a major design flaw. According to complaints, the Ford Explorer leaks carbon monoxide while motorists are driving. One case publicized by a CBS News article shows the defect is capable of causing serious or fatal injuries. The article describes…
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