There are almost as many vehicles as there are adults in the US. They come in all sorts of types, sizes, and colors – but they all require some degree of safety experience.
For those of you who don’t know Tesla, it may seem strange to you that the car manufacturer has just unveiled an electric semi-truck model. For those of you who do, it will probably be no surprise that the truck is the first in its class. Why?
Are we the only ones who feel that our lives need a major overhaul sometimes? All too often, we’ve sensed the need to change our attitudes, our diet, our priorities, our hobbies… the list could go on and on. Reorganizing your priorities can be an incredible blessing, and we recommend you do some soul-searching and
With projected high temperatures near 90° this week, it is odd to sit here on in early October afternoon in Texas writing this blog post. However, I have survived enough Octobers to know that, climate change or not; it will be winter somewhere in America sooner rather than later.
Summer is quickly drawing to a close and, if he or she hasn’t already, your kiddo is headed back to school and you will be back to the daily grind of getting them there. Make sure that you have done all you can make that commute safe. That way you can turn your attention to worrying about other things like...
Isn’t This a Driving Blog?!? Yes, dear reader, it is. The little critter seen skittering across the video poses a real problem for how we will drive in the future or, more accurately, how we won’t drive in the future. Wait, let me explain...
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People experience significant life changes every day. For example, statistics show that nearly 5700 and may be getting married and nearly 11,000 you may be welcoming a new baby into the world. You may find yourself in the 14,500 buying a new home or in the nearly 43,000 getting a new car. Speaking of those 43,000, only 30 of you will be getting this car.
You roll out of bed to a sunshiny summer day just made for cruising. You jump behind the wheel, buckle up, stow your cell phone and reach for your Ray-Bans. You’ve done everything to put safety first, right? Would you be interested to know that there is one more thing you can do that can decrease your crass chances by over 15%?
Since the advent of the electric car (EV), many arguments have been used to accentuate their positives. The one most commonly heard is that the EV’s are far more environmentally friendly than their gasoline-powered brethren. But is this really the case?
Even though most vehicles are sold with all-season tires it doesn’t mean you should stick with that factory installed rubber. You are doing yourself a real disservice by not switching to more specialized tires after buying a vehicle. Depending on where you live, a good set of seasonal tires can vastly improve the performance of your vehicle.