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A smile is such a simple thing, but it can hold so much power. Smiling is universally considered to be a way that humans display joy. Smiles communicate to others how we’re feeling and are often the best way to break the ice when meeting a new person. A good-natured smile can work wonders, but if you’re like most folks, your smile may not be perfect. Every day, we hear stories from people who feel embarrassed, ashamed, or even scared to flash their smile. In fact, 75% of prospective orthodontic patients could benefit from straighter teeth. Thankfully, Winning Orthodontic Smiles offers affordable orthodontic solutions that give our patients a healthier mouth, more self-esteem, and more confidence.

At Winning Orthodontic Smiles, your smile is our passion. Our orthodontists and hygienists are dedicated to providing you with the best orthodontic care possible in a stress-free, comfortable setting. We know what a difference a beautiful smile can make, which is why we are so dedicated to giving our clients a winning smile they love.

Having served the Lowcountry for more than 30 years, we know that no two patients have the exact orthodontic needs. That’s why we offer a variety of treatment options to correct each patient’s unique concerns, along with payment plans that make braces affordable for every family. You can rest easy knowing that our team specializes in the latest innovations in the field of orthodontics. This allows us to treat our patients in the most efficient, affordable, and aesthetically pleasing ways possible.

A few of our orthodontic treatment options in South Carolina include:
  • Invisalign®
  • Invisalign® Teen
  • Clear Braces
  • Traditional Braces
  • Early Treatment
  • Adult Treatment

If you’re looking for an orthodontist in Port Freemont, SC, who is professional, trustworthy, and compassionate, look no further than Winning Orthodontic Smiles. Your pathway to a beautiful smile starts by selecting the orthodontic treatment option best suited for your needs.

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Invisalign Treatment

Invisalign® Treatment in Port Freemont, SC

Over the last few years, Invisalign® has become one of the most popular and effective orthodontic treatment options in South Carolina. For those looking for a convenient, comfortable, discreet way to realign their teeth, Invisalign® should be on your shortlist.

What Is Invisalign®?

Invisalign® is a treatment used by orthodontists in Port Freemont that straightens patients’ teeth without traditional braces. Invisalign® works using a succession of custom trays that cover your teeth, which gently pull them into proper alignment over time. Each custom tray brings your teeth closer to their final position. Treatment times vary depending on how severe your case is but typically don’t last longer than two years. Once treatment is complete, you may need a retainer for the longest-lasting results.

Since they are clear, most patients find Invisalign® less noticeable than traditional braces. Unlike metal braces, Invisalign® can be removed while eating, meaning patients don’t have to worry about damaging their trays with certain foods. Invisalign® is great for people of all ages and has become a top choice for teens and adults alike.

Invisalign® works well for patients who have:
  • Crooked teeth
  • Gapped or spaced teeth
  • Overcrowded teeth
  • Overbites, Underbites, and Crossbites

How Does Invisalign® Work?

Invisalign® works for most patients in a three-step process:
Initial Consultation

Initial Consultation

You will meet with your Invisalign orthodontist in Port Freemont, SC. During this consultation, your doctor will take a 3D digital scan of your teeth. From there, they will put together a comprehensive treatment plan customized to your needs. The best part? Before you leave, they will give you a sneak peek at your new smile using an innovative scanner.

First Fitting

First Fitting

During this step, your orthodontist will make sure that your custom aligners fit correctly. If you have any questions, this is the perfect time to ask. Before you leave, your doctor will let you know what to expect over the coming weeks and months. Treatment completion times will vary for patients, but you should see early results in just a few weeks. During this, you will check in regularly with your orthodontist.

Love Your Smile

Love Your Smile

Love Your Smile – Once your treatment is complete, it’s time to show off your new smile to as many people as possible! Be sure to ask your orthodontist if you will need to use a retainer to keep your teeth straight over the long haul. The last thing you want is for your teeth to shift gradually back into their original positions.

Invisalign® vs. Traditional Braces – Which is Right for You?

With so many great teeth straightening options available today, it can be hard to settle on a treatment choice. One of the most common questions we get revolves around which treatment is better: Invisalign® or traditional braces? The answer to that question is nuanced since every patient will have different needs. A younger patient with slightly crooked teeth might benefit from the discreet features of Invisalign®. On the other hand, an older patient with a severe underbite might benefit more from the reliability of traditional braces.

Invisalign® vs. Traditional Braces–Which is Right for You?
Keep in mind the following highlights, which will help you remain informed when doing your research:
Are They Removable? Invisalign® trays can be removed. Traditional braces cannon.
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    Treatment Length

    Invisalign® treatment can last anywhere from six months to two years. Treatment times for traditional braces can last from one to three years. Each time frame can vary depending on the patient’s individual case.

  • Orthodontic-Visits

    Orthodontic Visits:

    With Invisalign®, patients visit their Invisalign dentist in Port Freemont, SC, every three months. With traditional braces, patients can expect to visit every month or every other month.

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    Cleaning

    Regular brushing and flossing is recommended for patients using Invisalign®. A specialized floss threading tool and regular brushing and flossing are recommended for patients with traditional braces.

  • Benefits

    Benefits

    Invisalign® is discrete, comfortable, can be removed, and doesn’t require any food restrictions. Traditional braces offer consistent progress, are effective for severe cases, have time-tested reliability, and can be a good choice for cost-conscious shoppers.

Ready to learn more about Invisalign® in Port Freemont, SC? Give our office a call, and we would be happy to get you scheduled for your first consultation.

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Adult Orthodontic Treatment

Are you craving a beautiful smile but feel that you’re too old for braces? You wouldn’t be the only adult to have that thought. However, the truth is that 25% of our orthodontic patients are now adults. At Winning Orthodontic Smiles, you’re never too old for braces!

We want you to know that a healthy, stunning smile is attainable no matter what age you are. Our orthodontist in Port Freemont, SC, offers several treatments that are perfect for working adults and can help you decide if braces are right. If you decide that adult braces are the way to go, we have a number of options for you to consider. From traditional metal braces that offer time-tested results to more discreet options like Invisalign®, your new smile is more attainable than you might think. During your initial visit with our doctor, we will review all of your treatment options and help you choose the one you need for optimal results.

Adult Orthodontic Treatment

Benefits of Adult Braces

Most patients understand that a straighter smile is more aesthetic; however, not everyone knows that properly aligned teeth can improve your oral health. Here are just a few reasons why so many adults are optimizing their oral health with adult braces:

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More Confidence

More Confidence

If you’re feeling self-conscious about how your teeth look, you’re not alone. Millions of adults around the U.S. aren’t happy with the way that their oral aesthetics. Adult braces help restore your confidence and can give you a smile that you’re proud to show off. When you like the way your teeth look, you’ll be more likely to smile. This simple act makes you feel happier, reduces stress, and can improve your mental health. Plus, it makes people around you feel great too.

Less Bad Breath

Less Bad Breath

Few things are as nasty as speaking to someone with bad breath. We’ve all been there, but it is never any less embarrassing when someone tries to subtlety offer you a mint for your breath. What most folks don’t know is that misaligned teeth and bad breath are often connected. That’s because when your teeth are crooked or over-crowded, bacteria can find their way in between your teeth. This is an area that most toothbrushes can’t reach. With time, that bacteria builds up, and your breath begins to stink. When left unchecked, these bacteria can cause serious health problems.

Better Oral Health

Better Oral Health

When you have poor oral health, there are a number of health risks that should concern you. Misaligned teeth can cause bacteria to build up. Over time, harmful bacteria cause serious problems like cavities, tooth decay, and gum disease. Thankfully, orthodontic treatment can help you avoid severe tooth decay, gum recession, and bone loss. You can even reduce and prevent irregular tooth enamel loss pain associated with TMJ and TMD.

Enjoy More Foods

Enjoy More Foods

If you have never had a major problem with your teeth, you might not know that eating can be painful if you have misaligned teeth. This causes some patients to avoid foods that cause them pain. Adult braces can straighten your teeth and correct over and underbites for patients with severely crooked or crowded teeth. When you don’t have to worry about painful chewing or biting, you can experience the full joy of eating a delicious meal.

Improved Speech

Improved Speech

Having crooked teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your smile, but they can also affect how you pronounce certain words. If you’re having problems pronouncing words because your teeth are severely misaligned, adult braces can change your life. This is especially true for working professionals who speak publicly, take part in Zoom calls, and work over the phone. If this sounds like you, speak to our trusted Invisalign orthodontist in Port Freemont, SC, about discreet ways to improve your oral health and speech at the same time.

Early Orthodontic Treatment

Your child’s early and teen years are a great time to consider orthodontic treatment. According to The American Association of Orthodontists, the optimal time for a child to receive their first orthodontic treatment is by age seven. When you treat your child for braces early, you have the opportunity to discover and correct oral issues before they become serious. Doing so gives your child a leg-up on their peers and saves you time and money in the long run.

The overall goal of early orthodontic treatment is to intercept the possible issue, eliminate the cause, oversee facial and jawbone growth, and make sure there is enough space for adult teeth. Depending on how your child’s teeth develop, they may need a second course of treatment after their permanent teeth have formed.

Early Orthodontic Treatment

A few common orthodontic problems that may require treatment for children include:

  • Crossbites – this happens when your child’s jaw shifts to one side.
  • Underbites – this occurs when your child’s front lower teeth are ahead of their front upper teeth.
  • Excessively spaced teeth
  • Extremely crowded teeth
  • Extra teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Teeth that do not meet properly or don’t meet at all
  • Pacifier, finger, or thumb-sucking that affects your child’s jaw or teeth growth

The best way to learn whether your child will need early treatment is to speak with your orthodontist in Port Freemont, SC. Dr. Travis, Dr. Katie, and Dr. Gavin are trained to spot subtle problems, even in young children. During your child’s initial consultation, you can expect one of three outcomes:

  • There is a problem that early orthodontic treatment may correct.
  • Treatment may be necessary in the future. We’ll keep an eye on your child’s oral health while their face and jaw matures.
  • There is no treatment necessary at this stage.

Latest News in Port Freemont

Seat Mii Electric für 2020 nicht mehr bestellbar

Bild: SeatSeat bietet mit dem Mii Electric sein erstes Elektroauto an. Der auf der neuesten Generation des e-up! der Konzernschwester VW aufbauende Kleinstwagen kann seit November 2019 bestellt werden – und ist für 2020 beim Hersteller bereits ausverkauft.„Das erste vollelektrische Fahrzeug von Seat ist ein voller Erfolg und wird deshalb auch für das Jahr 2020 nicht mehr verfügbar sein. Leider kann deshalb aktuell ...

Bild: Seat

Seat bietet mit dem Mii Electric sein erstes Elektroauto an. Der auf der neuesten Generation des e-up! der Konzernschwester VW aufbauende Kleinstwagen kann seit November 2019 bestellt werden – und ist für 2020 beim Hersteller bereits ausverkauft.

„Das erste vollelektrische Fahrzeug von Seat ist ein voller Erfolg und wird deshalb auch für das Jahr 2020 nicht mehr verfügbar sein. Leider kann deshalb aktuell der Mii electric nicht mehr ab Werk bestellt werden“, heißt es seit kurzem auf der Website von Seat. Die Spanier merken an, dass bei Partnern der Marke noch Fahrzeuge auf Lager und im Vorlauf seien, Interessenten können also möglicherweise noch ein Exemplar ergattern.

Der ab 20.650 Euro zu habende Mii Electric ist die günstigste Variante des e-up!. VW selbst verlangt für das Modell mindestens 21.975 Euro, bei der Konzernschwester Škoda kostet der kleine Stromer als CitigoE iV ab 20.950 Euro. Bei allen Marken profitieren deutsche Käufer von der in diesem Jahr erhöhten „Umweltbonus“-Prämie – den Mii Electric gibt es damit in der Grundversion abzüglich Förderung für weniger als 15.000 Euro. Im Leasing wird das Auto für 145 Euro monatlich vertrieben.

Der Mii Electric verfügt über ein eigenständiges Design, die Technik entspricht jedoch der der Ende letzten Jahres gestarteten neuen Generation des e-up!. Geboten werden ein Elektromotor mit 61 kW (83 PS), mit dem es in 12,3 Sekunden von 0-100 und weiter bis 130 km/h geht. Die 36,8 kWh große Batterie ermöglicht eine Reichweite von 260 Kilometern gemäß der neuen WLTP-Norm. Der Verbrauch wird mit 12,9 kWh/100 km angegeben.

ADAC-Test des Seat Mii Electric

Der ADAC hat den Seat Mii Electric kürzlich getestet. Die offizielle Reichweite von 260 Kilometer nahm der Autoclub dabei als „nicht unrealistisch“ war – vorausgesetzt, man fahre vor allem bei überschaubarem Tempo in der Stadt. Denn dort verbrauche der Mii electric mit 11,7 kWh am wenigsten. Im gemischten Betrieb mit Autobahnanteil komme das spanische Elektroauto dann schon auf einen Durchschnittsverbrauch von 17,3 kWh auf 100 Kilometer. Nur auf der Autobahn ermittelte der ADAC sogar 21,1 kWh.

Lege man den Durchschnittsverbrauch zugrunde und ziehe die Ladeverluste ab, ergeben sich für den Mii Electric 215 Kilometer Reichweite, so der ADAC. Unter dem Strich sei der Wagen „nicht ganz perfekt, weil man ihm an der ein oder anderen Stelle den Sparzwang anmerkt“, meint der Autoclub. Für ein Elektroauto sei das Modell derzeit aber „ein unschlagbares Angebot“. Das gelte auch für die Brüder VW e-up! und Škoda CitigoE iV – beide sind nach aktuellem Stand noch direkt bei den Herstellern erhältlich.

Eine hektische Woche gehabt? Kein Problem, wir haben für Sie die beliebtesten Elektroauto-News der vergangenen Woche hier auf ecomento.de zusammengestellt:

Andreas Hintennach leitet bei Daimler die Akkuforschung. Bei einem digitalen Roundtable gab er Einblicke in die Entwicklungs- und Forschungsziele des Konzerns. Mehr »

Der Precept gibt einen Ausblick auf die Ausrichtung und Designsprache der Volvo-Tochter Polestar. In Serie soll der vollelektrische Grand Tourer ab 2022 gehen. Mehr »

Fraunhofer-Institute und Industrieunternehmen arbeiten an Technologie, mit der Elektro-Lkw einen Teil ihrer Antriebsenergie durch Solarenergie abdecken können. Mehr »

Sono Motors treibt trotz Coronavirus den Marktstart seines E-Vans mit Solarzellen in der Karosserie voran Das Geld dafür wurde gerade rechtzeitig eingesammelt. Mehr »

Renault plant die Einführung mehrerer neuer Elektroautos. Darunter soll auch ein kompaktes SUV für die Stadt auf der modularen Stromer-Plattform CMF-EV sein. Mehr »

Die Elektroauto-Variante des Golf, der e-Golf, läuft in diesem Jahr aus. VW dementierte Berichte, nach denen das Modell länger als geplant verkauft werden soll. Mehr »

Autodesigner Henrik Fisker bringt 2021 mit dem Ocean ein Elektroauto auf den Markt. Das Mittelklasse-SUV soll dann auch in einer „extremen“ Version angeboten werden. Mehr »

Der Coronavirus trifft auch die Autoindustrie hart. Zur Belebung des Geschäfts bringt Branchenexperte Stefan Bratzel eine hohe Elektroauto-Prämie ins Spiel. Mehr »

Bei dem mit chinesischem Geld gegründeten US-Startup Faraday Future standen 2019 vor allem Finanzprobleme im Mittelpunkt. Mit seinem neuen deutschen Chef und frischem Kapital treibt das Unternehmen in diesem Jahr die Markteinführung seines erstes Elektroautos weiter voran. Die für das Hochleistungs-SUV FF 91 entwickelte Technik sollen künftig auch andere Hersteller nutzen können.

Faraday Future teilte im April mit, Unternehmen bei „neuen Ideen, neuen Innovationen und einer elektrischen Mobilitäts-Zukunft“ unterstützen zu wollen. Man biete umfassende technische Lösungen nicht nur für Elektroauto-Plattformen, sondern auch für Datenverarbeitung, Technik, Design, Individualisierung und Produktion, erklärte das 2014 gegründete Startup. Auch der als „Internet-Wohnraum“ beworbene hohe Grad an Digitalisierung und Vernetzung im FF 91 stehe anderen Firmen für deren Zwecke zur Verfügung.

„Wir bieten modulare, zukunftsorientierte Komponenten für alle Bedürfnisse im Bereich Mobilität und stationäre Energiespeicher an – von uns selbst designt, entwickelt und hergestellt“, so Faraday Future weiter. Eine erste Kooperation mit dem E-Antriebsspezialisten US Hybrid für kosteneffiziente, effektive, leichtgewichtige und fortschrittliche Antriebe für Nutzfahrzeuge bestehe bereits.

Da die Meldung zur Neuausrichtung als Zulieferer für Verwirrung am Markt sorgte, veröffentliche Faraday Future kurz darauf eine Klarstellung. Dass man sich als Technologie-Partner für andere Firmen positioniere, habe keinen Einfluss auf die bisherigen Pläne. Es handele sich lediglich um ein weiteres Standbein, der Marktstart des FF 91 werde weiter forciert und sei im Plan.

Zum Anfang 2017 vorgestellten FF 91 hieß es zuletzt, dass er ab Herbst nächsten Jahres ausgeliefert werden soll. Das Batterie-SUV setzt auf hohe Leistung und Reichweite sowie schnelle Ladezeiten. Auch im Inneren will Faraday Future führende Technologie bieten, unter anderem mit umfassender Konnektivität, schnellem Internetzugang, mehreren Displays und digitalem Ökosystem. An der Spitze des Startups steht seit letztem Jahr der ehemalige BMW-Manager Carsten Breitfeld.

Bild: BMW

Die Maßnahmen zum Einbremsen des Coronavirus setzen die Wirtschaft unter Druck, das gilt auch und besonders für die für Deutschland so wichtige Autoindustrie. Neben kurzfristigen Maßnahmen wie dem zeitnahen Wiederhochfahren der Produktion sprechen sich einige für langfristigere Zielsetzungen aus, darunter weniger scharfe Klimavorgaben.

Um die erwarteten schwerwiegenden Folgen der Coronavirus-Krise für die deutsche Wirtschaft abzufedern, forderte ein Teil der CDU eine Überprüfung der Klimaziele. Nach dem Ende der Pandemie müssten „prinzipiell alle Sonderbelastungen der deutschen Wirtschaft auf den Prüfstand“ gestellt werden, die einer Erholung im Wege stünden, sagte der Generalsekretär des CDU-Wirtschaftsrates, Wolfgang Steiger, der Süddeutschen Zeitung.

Durch einen Sonderweg in der Klima- und Energiepolitik drohe Deutschland eine „Deindustrialisierung“, warnte Steiger in der Zeitung. Er plädierte für eine „zeitliche Streckung der klimapolitischen Zielvorgaben“ auf EU-Ebene. Bundesumweltministerin Svenja Schulze (SPD) forderte dagegen, die Klimaschutzziele trotz der Pandemie weiterzuverfolgen. Ziel müsse es sein, „Klimaschutz und wirtschaftliche Prosperität“ miteinander zu verbinden, sagte sie der Süddeutschen Zeitung. Dies sei möglich, „wenn wir den Weg aus der Corona-Krise auch dazu nutzen, klimaverträgliche und nachhaltige Wirtschaftsstrukturen zu fördern“.

Greenpeace-Chefin Jennifer Morgan äußerte in der Zeitung die Hoffnung, dass die Politik nach der Erfahrung der Coronavirus-Krise auch in der Klimakrise beginnt, „den Wissenschaftlern zuzuhören und ihre Empfehlungen“ umzusetzen. Die Pandemie habe die Schwächen des Wirtschaftssystems offengelegt, es biete sich jetzt die Chance für grundlegende Änderungen.

BMW will Wirtschaft & Klimaschutz forcieren

BMW-Chef Oliver Zipse sprach sich dafür aus, das Ankurbeln der Wirtschaft nach der Corona-Krise mit der Förderung von nachhaltigeren Produkten zu verknüpfen. „Wir sehen in einer Innovationsprämie eine doppelte Chance: Sie kann als Konjunkturmaßnahme die Wirtschaft ankurbeln und gleichzeitig den Umstieg der Kunden auf klimaschonende Technologien beschleunigen. So kombinieren wir wirtschaftliche Erholung mit wirksamem Klimaschutz, anstatt beides gegeneinander auszuspielen“, sagte Zipse.

Zipse spielte damit auf eine von CSU-Chef Markus Söder ins Gespräch gebrachte Kaufprämie für Autos an. In einem Interview hatte Söder kürzlich erklärt, mit der Prämie könne die Binnennachfrage nach Autos gesteigert werden. Sie sei daher eine Riesenchance, klimafreundlichen Antrieben zum Durchbruch zu verhelfen.

Nowy Fiat 500 oraz 500 Cult w Genewie

Podczas Salonu Motoryzacyjnego Genewa 2014 debiutuje nowy Fiat 500 z roku modelowego 2014, w którym wprowadzono szereg pionierskich rozwi?za? stylistycznych i technicznych. Przygotowano mi?dzy innymi trzy ?wie?e kolory nadwozia - zielony Lattementa, trójwarstwowy bia?y i w?oski b??kit, dost?pne zwersj? wyposa?enia S - oraz trzy kolejne wzory obr?czy kó? z lekkich stopów, standardowo w rozmiarze 15" lub 16" w zale?no?ci od wersji wyposa?enia. Wraz z odnowieniem oferty zade...

Podczas Salonu Motoryzacyjnego Genewa 2014 debiutuje nowy Fiat 500 z roku modelowego 2014, w którym wprowadzono szereg pionierskich rozwi?za? stylistycznych i technicznych.

Przygotowano mi?dzy innymi trzy ?wie?e kolory nadwozia - zielony Lattementa, trójwarstwowy bia?y i w?oski b??kit, dost?pne z

wersj? wyposa?enia S - oraz trzy kolejne wzory obr?czy kó? z lekkich stopów, standardowo w rozmiarze 15" lub 16" w zale?no?ci od wersji wyposa?enia. Wraz z odnowieniem oferty zadebiutuj? tak?e nowe tekstylne i skórzane tapicerki, dopasowane do poszczególnych wersji wyposa?enia.

Zmodyfikowano tak?e wyposa?enie przedzia?u pasa?erskiego, wprowadzaj?c innowacyjny zestaw wska?ników z 7?calowym wy?wietlaczem TFT, opracowanym przez Magneti Marelli - mi?dzynarodow? grup? dzia?aj?c? w sferze projektowania i produkcji zaawansowanych technicznie systemów i podzespo?ów samochodowych. Urz?dzenie to dostarcza kierowcy wszystkie niezb?dne informacje, a przy tym po raz kolejny dowodzi, ?e wyznaczaj?cy trendy kultowy model jest zawsze o krok przed konkurencj?.

Jedn? z wielu nowo?ci w ofercie na rok modelowy 2014 jest prekursorska wersja kolekcjonerska Fiat 500 Cult, wyposa?ona w najciekawsze rozwi?zania wprowadzone w 2014 r. Fiat 500 Cult b?dzie dost?pny w ró?nych kolorach nadwozia, w tym w nowej

zieleni Lattementa, z dopasowanym eleganckim dachem, którego jedna cz??? to zamontowany na sta?e szklany panel, a druga jest pokryta b?yszcz?cym, czarnym lakierem. W wersji Cabrio dost?pny b?dzie tak?e nowy trójwarstwowy bia?y lakier. Dla klientów przygotowano chromowane lub b?yszcz?ce czarne nak?adki na lusterka. Eleganckie chromowane dodatki, takie jak przednie „w?sy" i uchwyt klapy baga?nika, b?d? kontrastowa? z b?yszcz?cymi czarnymi oprawami tylnych ?wiate? oraz harmonizowa? z nowymi 16?calowymi obr?czami kó? z lekkich stopów.

We wn?trzu uwag? zwracaj? nowe skórzane fotele. Do wyboru s? skóra czarna (ze wstawkami w kolorze ko?ci s?oniowej lub czerwonym), tabaczkowa lub czerwona (w obydwu przypadkach ze wstawkami o barwie ko?ci s?oniowej). Odcie? skóry jest zawsze dobrany do deski rozdzielczej, której elementy s? polakierowane w tym samym kolorze, co nadwozie. Now? tapicerk? zaprojektowano pod k?tem zaoferowania jak najlepszej ergonomii, komfortu i wyrazistego charakteru w ramach jednego rozwi?zania.

Fiat 500 Cult b?dzie oferowany z nast?puj?cymi silnikami: turbodiesel 1.3 MultiJet II 95 KM oraz jednostki benzynowe 1.2 69 KM i 85 KM TwinAir Turbo (obydwie dost?pne tak?e ze zautomatyzowan? skrzyni? Dualogic) i nowy 0.9 TwinAir Turbo o mocy 105 KM.

Fiat 500 Cult to wersja z bogatym wyposa?eniem standardowym, które obejmuje mi?dzy innymi: zestaw wska?ników z

7?calowym wy?wietlaczem TFT, automatyczn? klimatyzacj?, czujniki parkowania z ty?u, sta?y szklany dach z rolet? przeciws?oneczn?, skórzane fotele, kierownic? pokryt? skór? z przyciskami Blue&Me oraz elektryczne wspomaganie uk?adu kierowniczego Dualdrive. Standardem s? równie? tylna kanapa dzielona w uk?adzie 50/50 z zag?ówkami z regulowan? wysoko?ci?, radioodtwarzacz CD/MP3 oraz system g?o?nomówi?cy Blue&MeTM z modu?em Bluetooth (rozpoznawanie mowy, przyciski steruj?ce na kierownicy, port USB umo?liwiaj?cy pod??czenie odtwarzacza cyfrowych plików d?wi?kowych).

Fiat 500 Cult nie ust?puje rywalom tak?e pod wzgl?dem bezpiecze?stwa. Zapewniaj? je systemy ABS+ESD, dwufazowe czo?owe poduszki powietrzne kierowcy i pasa?era, boczne poduszki powietrzne, poduszki kurtynowe, poduszki chroni?ce kolana, zaczepy Isofix, ?wiat?a do jazdy dziennej (DRL) oraz ESP z ASR/MSR, HBA i uk?adem u?atwiaj?cym ruszanie pod gór?.

Fiat 500, produkowany od 2007 r. w Tychach, a od 2010 r. tak?e w Toluca (Meksyk), jest oferowany w ponad 100 krajach ?wiata. Modelem tym marka Fiat powróci?a na rynek USA. To model globalny, który w 2013 r. powtórzy? rekordowy wynik udzia?u w rynku europejskim (13,9%) z 2008 r., czyli pierwszego pe?nego roku sprzeda?y. A to nie wszystko. Po raz pierwszy w historii w ubieg?ym miesi?cu odnotowano, ?e Fiat 500 by? najlepiej sprzedaj?cym si? samochodem w segmencie A w Europie. W 2013 r. w ca?ym regionie EMEA zarejestrowano ??cznie prawie 163 000 „pi??setek", co stanowi wzrost o oko?o 9% w porównaniu z 2012 r.

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June 3Northbrook Properties Inc., 912 S. Columbia St., Wenatchee, $585,000, sold to CPC Investments LLCJune 11Lynn A. Sadler, 112 Olds Station Road, Wenatchee, $1,000,000, sold to SMS Investments PropertiesJune 15James W. Jr. Norris, 313 N. Mission St., Wenatchee, $650,000, sold to Firebird Properties LLCJune 16Christine Heimbigner Simpson, 203 Woodring St., Cashmere, $275,000, sold to Kelly S. and Anna DeanJune...

June 3

Northbrook Properties Inc., 912 S. Columbia St., Wenatchee, $585,000, sold to CPC Investments LLC

June 11

Lynn A. Sadler, 112 Olds Station Road, Wenatchee, $1,000,000, sold to SMS Investments Properties

June 15

James W. Jr. Norris, 313 N. Mission St., Wenatchee, $650,000, sold to Firebird Properties LLC

June 16

Christine Heimbigner Simpson, 203 Woodring St., Cashmere, $275,000, sold to Kelly S. and Anna Dean

June 22

Willard D. Aldridge, 300 Okanogan Ave., Wenatchee, $1,859,200, sold to Cruz Rental LLC

June 23

Winsor LLC, 203 S. Division St. 1, Cashmere, $610,000, sold to Rim LLC

June 24

Douglas F. and Stacee Snider, 6299 Kimber Road, Cashmere, $805,000, sold to Richelle L. Kimble and Austin B. Siadak

June 1

April Marcel et al, 1818 Skyline Drive #35, Wenatchee, $220,000, sold to Shawna L. Annis and Mardo Cerritos

Lisa L. Dubois, 6310 Hay Canyon Road, Cashmere, $1,095,000, sold to Datto LLC

Flint and Jamie Hartwig, 113 N. Clifford St., Chelan, $287,500, sold to Jenna Navin and Kelcie Keys

Kijrstjn Stahl, 10672 S. Lakehore Road, Chelan, $1,550,000, sold to Carrie and Brian Moore

Bennet and Judy Posman, 447 N. Wilson St., Chelan, $470,000, sold to Kevin J. and Kacy Struzzieri

Pablo Jr. Chavolla et al, 1120 Columbine St., Wenatchee, $382,000, sold to Niccole M. Cluff and Samuel T. Couey

June 2

Amen Corner Holdings LLC, 1826 Rocklund Drive, Wenatchee, $265,000, sold to Karyn D. Martin and David J. Penny

Mae L. Hamilton Trustee, 1002 Vassar Ave., Wenatchee, $365,000, sold to Leslie A. Strand et al

Kerry Siderius, 6854 Pioneer Drive, Cashmere, $231,879, sold to John and Jan M. Little

Patsy J. Brown, 145 View Ridge Circle, Wenatchee, $500,000, sold to Timothy L. McMaster

Lake Wenatchee Village LLC, 21315 S.R. 207, Lake Wenatchee, $305,000, sold to Christine Morales

Kami Rogers, 548 Circle St., Wenatchee, $550,000, sold to Dennis L. and Janet M. Davidson

June 3

Lammert Property Holdings LLC, 2014 Maiden Lane, Wenatchee, $630,000, sold to Kevin and Karin Lammert

Douglas and Linda Mulvanny Revocable Trust, 654 Boetzkes Ave., Manson, $1,225,000, sold to TPR Chelan 2 LLC

Julie A. Mayhew, 1703 Brambling Brae Lane, Wenatchee, $630,000, sold to Jennifer M. Wade

June 4

Westbrook and Hope Snow, 1816 Castlerock Ave., Wenatchee, $480,000, sold to Matthew Huston and Kelsey Schrempp

Lawrence D. and Carol M. Brockett Trust, 1208 Hill St., Wenatchee, $400,000, sold to Rose M. Covert

John A. Whistler and Sibylle M. Wilbert Trust, 138 W. Whitman St. 6, Leavenworth, $378,000, sold to Jeffey Ohman and Cecilia A. Ohman

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George D. Rainha, 10570 Merry Canyon Road, Leavenworth, $470,000, sold to Eli D. and Mary C. Henson

Duane Hubbard Inc., Property ID 48266, $200,000, sold to Luis M. Cortes Romero and Maribel Mendoza Romero

Alex and Gayoung Kwon, 1026 Idaho St., Wenatchee, $460,000, sold to Kendra S. C. and Tyler S. Morgan

Timothy J. and Roxanne Sternod, 1713 Danny Boy Lane, Wenatchee, $570,000, sold to Maria D. and Daniel O. Krueger

June 8

Mario A. Cruz, 938 Red Apple Road, Wenatchee, $145,000, sold to Rosa H. Cruz

Lewis S. Kuhl, 329 Fuller St., Wenatchee, $360,000, sold to Jacob and Makayla Jaso

Shirley A. DeLozier, 1335 Monitor Ave., Wenatchee, $380,000, sold to Telenna Peterson

Darla O. Russell, 4036 Tokay Ave., Malaga, $100,000, sold to Alvaro and Esmeralda Morales

June 9

Brian and Delisha Hutchinson, 2201 Michael Brooke, Wenatchee, $630,000, sold to Michael A. and Olivia Sabatello

Shari M. Stevens, 3129 Bermuda St., Malaga, $360,000, sold to Maria S. Gonzalez et al

SSM Forty Investment Inc., W. Wooding Ave., Chelan, $79,950, sold to Andrew and Renae Cowan

Wapiti North LLC, 119 Starlight Ave., Wenatchee, $751,000, sold to Thomas R. and Barbara E. Wysham

Graham Custom Homes LLC, 74 Bonham Lane, Lake Wenatchee, $640,000, sold to John M. Giles

June 10

James H. Payne, 3418 Mari Lane Drive, Wenatchee, $650,000, sold to Susan Stockwell

Charles O. Shull, 1404 N. Western Ave., Wenatchee, $600,000, sold to Lyle M. and Maria T. DeArment

John Colvard, Property ID 38990, Lake Wenatchee, $35,000, sold to Steven and Marjorie Tedrow

Leonard N. Noss, 1505 Apollo Place, Wenatchee, $390,000, sold to Novohill Partners LLC

June 11

Brandon D. Miller and Elizabeth J. Mounter, 5167 Mission Creek Road, Cashmere, $580,000, sold to Nathan R. and Desiree E. Eaton

Joshua R. Majerle and Jenae M. Bertilson, 5853 Locust Lane, Cashmere, $450,000, sold to Kaitlin M. Schilling and Breyden R. Holoubek

Tonianne and Bart Robinson, 420 Walker Ave., Wenatchee, $300,000, sold to Teresa Sosa Zepeda and Armando Bendito Zepeda

Elizabeth Pedack Espiriti, 117 Mission Creek Road, Cashmere, $129,662, sold to Jose Manuel Rivera

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Andrew Lange, 106 Shypoke Place, Entiat, $2,800,000, sold to Sigurd and June Hansen

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Nikolaus W. and Korrine E. Moushon, 2450 Lemaister Ave., Wenatchee, $384,500, sold to Jared R. and Natalie P. Shea

Micah J. and Elizabeth M. Florea, 414 S. Elliott Ave., Wenatchee, $657,000, sold to Brent T Krebsbach and Jennifer Gonzales Krebsbach

June 17

K.B. Reierson, 500 Redwood St., Wenatchee, $265,000, sold to Elvira Pasciuto

June 18

Timothy M. and Sandra A. Clark, 440 Sunnyslope Heights Road, Wenatchee, $610,000, sold to Gordon H. and Darla M. Saint Germain

June 21

Lloyd R. Stanton and Jacqueline M. Jaszczyszyn, 114 N. Wilson St., Wenatchee, $425,000, sold to Lee Hendrickson and Amber Schneider

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Terry S. and Susan J. Talbot Co-Trustees, 312 Norman Ave., Cashmere, $555,000, sold to Romualdo Pina Hernandez and Erika J. Pina Perez

James C. and Tamara Qualls, 2148 W. Honeysett Road, Wenatchee, $673,000, sold to Thomas M. Higgins and Roxana M. Castro

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Diadira D. Galvan and Rafael Magallanes Gonzalez, Property ID 45523, Chelan, $112,000, .29 acres, sold to Grant G. and Elizabeth J. Howard

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Coulee Dam Federal Credit Union, 1130 Columbia Ave., parcel number 00204700100, Bridgeport (2 parcels in sale), $115,000, sold to Mario and Consuelo Martinez

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State of Washington, Department of Natural Resources, parcel number 31293640001, 84.55 acres, 31293630000, 200 acres, 30301600000, 640 acres, 30293630001, 80 acres, 30291610000, 360 acres (5 parcels in sale), $331,000, sold to Department of Fish and Wildlife

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Sharon A. Mongeon, parcel number 26252130001, 79 acres, 26252110000, 238 acres, 26251520000, 156 acres, 26250910003, 194 acres (4 parcels in sale), Waterville, $190,000, sold to Henry L. Tupling

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Cayuga County property transfers: Feb. 8, 2016

City of AuburnEqualization rate 100* Cynthia Law, 26-28 Fitch Ave., Auburn, to Antonia Scollan, 107 Lake Ave., Auburn, property at 26-28 Fitch Ave., $100,000. Assessment $83,200.* Chris Boedicker, 121 N. Seward Ave., Auburn, Patricia Thibault, Morris Plains, N.J., Nicholas Brindak II, 104 Clearview Road, Dewitt, and Margaret Hammel, West Windsor, N.J., to Manuel Ontiveras Jr., Freemont, Ohio, property at 37 S. Hurd Circle, $185,000. Assessment $197,600.* Gary Kuter, 55 Heather Dale Chase, Henriett...

City of Auburn

Equalization rate 100

* Cynthia Law, 26-28 Fitch Ave., Auburn, to Antonia Scollan, 107 Lake Ave., Auburn, property at 26-28 Fitch Ave., $100,000. Assessment $83,200.

* Chris Boedicker, 121 N. Seward Ave., Auburn, Patricia Thibault, Morris Plains, N.J., Nicholas Brindak II, 104 Clearview Road, Dewitt, and Margaret Hammel, West Windsor, N.J., to Manuel Ontiveras Jr., Freemont, Ohio, property at 37 S. Hurd Circle, $185,000. Assessment $197,600.

* Gary Kuter, 55 Heather Dale Chase, Henrietta, successor trustee for Celia M. Kuter Trust, to William Kuter, 108 Standart Ave., Auburn, property at 108 Standart Ave., $0. Assessment $86,400.

* Larry Morrell and Kathy Morrell, 64 Cayuga St., Auburn, to Larry Morrell and Kathy Morrell, 64 Cayuga St., Auburn, trustees for Morrell Living Trust, property at 64 Cayuga St., $0. Assessment $92,400.

* Douglas M. Flint, 10537 Spook Woods Road, Port Byron, to 2 GS Enterprises LLC, 3667 Brutus Road, Jordan, property at 25-27 McMaster St., $400,000. Assessment $208,900.

* Timothy Jakaub, 116 N. Fulton St., Auburn, to Timothy and Amanda Jakaub, 116 N. Fulton St., Auburn, property at 116-118 N. Fulton St., $0. Assessment $79,700.

* Dale Derby, 126 Melrose Road, Auburn, to RJC Development Inc., PO Box 337, Auburn, property at 24 Augustus St., $65,000. Assessment $74,700.

* Michele Driscoll Esq., 188 Genesee St., Auburn, as referee, to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Carrollton, Texas, property at 8 Frederick St., $76,000. Assessment $78,000.

* Robert Faynor, 98 Still Meadow Lane, Auburn, to Kevin O'Grady, C36 Standart Woods, Standart Avenue, Auburn, property at 73 Kearney Ave., $126,000. Assessment $120,100.

* JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Columbus, Ohio, to Kreative Home Solutions LLC, 12 Shoreway Drive, Rochester, property at 230 Franklin St., $20,325. Assessment $92,000.

* Patricia Sciria Esq., as referee, to Wells Fargo Bank NA, Fort Mill, S.C., property at 109 Park Place, $31,820. Assessment $61,400.

Town of Aurelius

Equalization rate 99

* Eric Johnson, 6484 Beech Tree Road, Auburn, to Eric Johnson and Tonia Chesebro, 6484 Beech Tree Road, Auburn, property at 6484 Beech Tree Road, $0. Assessment $181,500.

Town of Cato

Equalization rate 99

* Bernard and Ilse Reich, 3342 State Route 370, Cato, trustees of Revocable Living Trust of Bernard Reich and Ilse Reich, to Cross Lake LLC, PO Box 920, Trombley Road, Weedsport, two parcels at 11042 Jordan Road and 234 Fire Lane 18, $1,450,000. Total assessment $464,000.

Town of Conquest

Equalization rate 100

* Earl Leyburn, 11272 Cooper St., Cato, to Bradly Leyburn, 11645 Old State Road, Cato, property at 11272 Cooper St., $0. Assessment $115,200.

* Brenda VanNorstrand, 11197 Schooley Road, Cato, to Wayne VanNorstrand and Deborah VanNorstrand, 11365 Pople Road, Cato, property at 11197 Schooley Road, $250,000. Assessment $235,500.

* Brenda VanNorstrand, 11197 Schooley Road, Cato, to Wayne VanNorstrand and Deborah VanNorstrand, 11365 Pople Road, Cato, two parcels on Slayton Road and Town Line Road, $0. Total assessment $46,300.

Town of Genoa

Equalization rate 100

* John Scordino Jr., 621 Summit Road, Apalachin, to Shane and Michelle French, 36 Wedgewood Drive, Ithaca, property at 205 Fire Lane 1, $172,000. Assessment $149,300.

* Peter Signor and Judy Signor, 9980 Route 34B, Genoa, to Ronda Fessenden, and Timothy Fessenden, 1041 Route 34B, King Ferry, co-trustees for KLM Revocable Trust, property at 983 Fire Lane 6, $289,000. Assessment $287,900.

* Jeffrey Lampman Sr., 476 Cowan Road, Locke, and Deborah Lampman, 1675 Ledyard Road, King Ferry, to Jeffrey Lampman Sr., 476 Cowan Road, Locke, property on State Route 90, $0. Assessment $90,300.

Town of Mentz

Equalization rate 100

* Dorothy Walker, 9122 Oakland Road, Port Byron, and Larry Smith, 8994 Codfish Road, Port Byron, co-executors for Estate of Marion Betty Smith, 9116 Oakland Road, Port Byron, to Dorothy Walker and Kerry Don Walker, 9122 Oakland Road, Port Byron, property at 9116 Oakland Road, $0. Assessment $81,800.

Town of Moravia

Equalization rate 100

* John and Amy Nemec, 8987 Jackson Road, Weedsport, to John and Judith Stoyell, 5360 Church Road, Moravia, property at 5360 Church Road, $112,000. Assessment $104,000.

* Jean Crouch, 24 Aurora St., Moravia, to David and Ann Gaston, 5360 Dresserville Road, Moravia, property at 5306 Dresserville Road, $86,000. Assessment $84,700.

Town of Niles

Equalization rate 100

* Marybeth Gebczyk, 3757 Oak Hill Road, Moravia, executor for Estate of Deborah A. Gebczyk, to Marybeth Gebczyk, 3757 Oak Hill Road, Moravia, three parcels at 3757 Oak Hill Road, on Oak Hill Road and on Hillcrest Drive, $0. Total assessment $303,800.

Town of Owasco

Equalization rate 91

* The Bank of New York Mellon (fka Bank of New York), Highland Ranch, Colo., to Kenneth Cannon, 1636 Amerman Road, Skaneateles, property at 53 Van Duyne Ave., $60,250. Assessment $119,100.

* Kenneth Cannon, 1636 Amerman Road, Skaneateles, to Fine Homes of CNY, LLC, c/o 131 South St., Auburn, property at 53 Van Duyne Ave., $60,250. Assessment $119,100.

Town of Sennett

Equalization rate 100

* Elizabeth Wolf, 6939 Chestnut Ridge Road, Auburn, to Elizabeth Baird, 14 Kitty Lane, Auburn, trustee of Elizabeth Wolf Living Trust, property at 6939 Chestnut Ridge Road, $0. Assessment $145,000.

Town of Springport

Equalization rate 88

* Karen Menges, 318 Backus Road, Cayuga, to Mark and Jill Fandrich, 125 S. Hoopes Ave., Auburn, property at 4865 Springport Cove Road, $0. Assessment $180,500.

Town of Sterling

* Michele Driscoll Esq., 188 Genesee St., Auburn, as referee, to JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Columbus, Ohio, property at 850 Sterling Station Road, $70,129. Assessment $86,700.

* Roland Witham, 13 Beech St., Fulton, to Kathleen Witham, 622 10th St., Sterling, property at 622 10th St., $0. Assessment $137,500.

* Donald and Esther Kammer, 16222 Ontario Shores Drive, Sterling, to John Pauldine Jr., 223 W. Fifth St., Oswego, property at 16222 Ontario Shores Drive, $260,000. Assessment $244,200.

* Donald and Esther Kammer, 16222 Ontario Shores Drive, Sterling, to John Pauldine Jr., 223 W. Fifth St., Oswego, property at 16231 Ontario Shores Drive, $1. Assessment $16,800.

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Every time I see a mom with a tandem stroller I feel bad for her. I think of the vehicle that must be parked out back to accommodate such a gargantuan piece of equipment and also think of her poor back every time she hurls the darn thing into her trunk.

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Every time I see a mom with a tandem stroller I feel bad for her. I think of the vehicle that must be parked out back to accommodate such a gargantuan piece of equipment and also think of her poor back every time she hurls the darn thing into her trunk.

It was once believed that a tandem stroller was only needed if you had twins, but many moms are having their children close together and are using them to transport a newborn and toddler.

Fisher Price has introduced a great stroller that has an added platform on the back for your older child and a few other features that will come in handy while out shopping or on vacation.

Here are a few reasons I like this stroller:

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2. Active gear with extra room when your family needs it! Traditional stroller seating with an expandable, extra large storage basket, plus snack/toy tray and 3-point safety harness.

3. Stroller seating up front, ride-along platform in the back.

4. Converts to seating for two, with a jump seat for the bigger kids in your family.

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