Posted: Monday, November 1, 2010, 9:18 am
Looking for reliable consumer product information before making purchases this holiday season? Need dealer pricing information to negotiate the best car deal possible? Searching for authoritative healthcare information?
ConsumerReports.org offers access to the same valuable consumer information available in the magazine, including side-by-side comparisons, Best Buy recommendations and product ratings, all written by experts using state-of-the-art testing equipment to research products for consumer value.
Worthington Libraries library card holders now have additional access to car-buying advice and car reliability ratings through ConsumerReports.org. With new and used car price reports and the "Consumer Reports Bottom Line Price" including information about rebates, incentives and holdbacks, ConsumerReports.org can help you negotiate your best deal at the showroom. This enhanced access also includes results of subscriber surveys that list frequently-reported reliability trouble spots and detailed owner satisfaction information.
If you're looking to make informed healthcare choices for you and your family, you can find accurate, unbiased and evidence-based health information in ConsumerReportsHealth.org, a sister site to ConsumerReports.org. In addition to ratings of exercise equipment, fitness products and medical equipment, ConsumerReportsHealth.org provides ratings of hospitals, treatments and natural medicines. This valuable information is always free of advertising and commercial or governmental influence.
Whether you're shopping for a car or hunting for a hospital, easy searching and navigation make finding the right consumer information quick and easy. ConsumerReports.org and ConsumerReportsHealth.org are available 24/7 through the library's website.
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