Penny Gusner autos.yahoo.com
Perhaps we should worry less about the NSA and more about the people most likely to pry into our lives: our friends, family and neighbors. Sixty-three percent of drivers who borrowed cars admit they snooped through the vehicles, a new survey from CarInsurance.com shows. Borrowers ran across information you might not otherwise disclose and items you might not otherwise advertise.And if you lend your car to a colleague, someone you're dating or a neighbor, they’re a lot more likely to dig through your possessions than someone who’s known you for years. to read more click here: autos.yahoo.com
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