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Yes! You heard me right. Depending on your library situation, you may be able to get access to Consumer Reports for free via your local public library.
Check out the e-resource page of your local library or ask a librarian next time you’re there!
Remember too, that if your own library doesn’t offer access, you may be able to use other counties within the same state’s libraries as well. If you can do this, and your county’s library doesn’t offer access, check through all the neighboring counties.
This works for things like 3M Cloud Reader, Hoopla, Overdrive, EBSCOHost, etc. It can be rather handy!