Winter is here! Between slippery, snowy roads and low visibility in storms you also must be weary of black ice.
Black ice can be difficult to spot and equally difficult to navigate. Thankfully Western Slope Driving Institute has some helpful advice on how to drive on black ice.
Resist the Urge to Hit the …Read More
As the cold nights roll in, those long summer drives are coming to an end. For those of us with classic or summer only vehicles, it’s time for prepping your car for its long winter’s nap. You want to make sure to not only protect your baby from the elements but also have it parked …Read More
The Autumn months are a gorgeous time in the Northwoods. Most of us will find ourselves on a beautiful fall drive, and on that drive, we’ll probably see many woodland creatures, especially deer.
The rut, or whitetail mating season, moves into high gear from late October through mid-November, and this can be a dangerous time for …Read More
Summer is here and it’s time to hit the open road! There’s nothing like it, but accidents can happen so being prepared is a must. Stevenson-Klotz Injury Lawyers have put together some helpful tips to keep you safe on the road.
How Do I Inspect My Motorcycle?
If your bike has been sitting for a while, …Read More
Hail Damage is sometimes unavoidable. With street parking, and too many projects in the garage, it happens. Carwise has put together some helpful information for dealing with hail damage.
Here are helpful steps to take if hail damage occurs to your car:
Take photos of the hail damage with your smartphone. Pictures of hail damage can …Read More
A winter car emergency is never a good thing. But you can be prepared. Edmunds has compiled a list of how to make your own roadside emergency kit.
When it comes to commuting or traveling long distances, a roadside emergency kit can mean the difference between getting back on the road and being stranded …Read More
Champion Auto Parts has compiled a list to help you make sure your vehicle can handle whatever Mother Nature throws at it.
Check the Antifreeze
Make sure your car’s antifreeze is at the proper level. If it is running low you run the risk of having the water in your radiator freeze, preventing it …
It is estimated that more than 40,000 deer will be killed in collisions with motor vehicles every year. Worse, nearly 1 in 100 of these incidents – more than 400 every year – result in injuries to the drivers or passengers of the vehicles.
It is always distressing when your car hits an animal, and when …Read More
Snowmobile trails are finally open in Oneida County! If you’re looking for some easy ways to keep your snowmobile ready to ride all winter, here are some helpful tips from American Family Insurance.
How to Maintain Your Snowmobile Like a Pro
Taking good care of your snowmobile is easier when you break down the machine into …Read More