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  There are many benefits to having a membership in a popular auto club. Some auto clubs are all about providing necessary services to drivers and car lovers. Others seem to be an off-shoot of popular brand names such as gasoline or car dealerships or popular car repair shops. Choosing one only means going over the list of benefits, and is something that shouldn't be left until one's car breaks down. Typical benefits of a car club involve things such as towing and winching or extrication services. Most Canadians have experienced trying to start a car and finding the engine simply won't turn over because of the cold weather. Surprisingly many people in some provinces don't yet know to plug their car in at night on the coldest nights of the winter. So, the leading auto club membership offers a battery boosting service. A tow truck will come to the member's home or even to the side of a deserted road to help get a battery going with a boost

  The US economy has been hit hard with recession and with economists expecting little or no growth in the near future the prospect of impending gloom increases further. Whatandacirc;andeuro;andtrade;s worse in a recessionary economy is the spending pattern of consumers that take a beating and they tend to spend less. This leads to a decreased demand for goods and services and in turn to a decrease in production, lay-offs and a sharp rise in unemployment. The best answer to tackle recessionary force is to increase the investment avenues and expand business activities. This seems to be remotely possible when concerns over recession suggest businesses should be saving money instead of spending it. This is where the tried and tested economic tool of optimum utilization of resources comes into play. In modern day economy when most of the administrative issues are addressed via the internet two suggestions that can really stimulate income and fight recessionary pressure for small firms are:

  The supply and demand for the unrefined or crude oil is the major cause for high costs of fuel. Supply and demand is the basic criterion for all energy prices. According to U.S Department of Energy there are three separate energy estimates of the world s known oil reserves. The average of these reserves is estimated to be 1,255 billion barrels. Saudi Arabia as a dominant producer holds 256billion barrels of reserves. 755 billion barrels belong to the Middle East. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is the association of 12 countries, which is led by Saudi Arabia. OPEC accounts for 2/3 (66.66%) of the world s oil reserves. OPEC as a market leader feels free to set its own price for crude oil. Therefore no considerable competition to drive downs the prices. Demand for fuel and fuel prices are in direct proportion to each other. It means that whenever the demand of the petroleum products increases, the prices of the fuel for consumer inc