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
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
Traveling on wintry roadways can be challenging and stressful. Following some simple guidelines will help ensure that you reach your destination safely.
During severe winter storms, consider postponing your trip until travel conditions improve. Stranded vehicles and motorists create additional hazards for plow operators, law enforcement and …Read More
We know Spring cleaning isn’t a favorite task for everyone, particularly when it comes to cars. But if you take the time, you’ll have results that last.
Here are eight epic tips for Spring cleaning your car:
Brush out your air vents – Dirty and dusty air vents blast dirt and debris throughout your interior. If you’re going …Read More
The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer, and the boating season is almost upon us. If your vessel has been stored over the winter, it may well be time to give it a little spring-cleaning spruce up.
Keeping your boat clean in a vital part of maintenance, as keeping your hull smooth is …Read More
You always get to decide where your vehicle gets repaired – not your insurance company
This is established in law. It varies from state to state, so check the laws of your state (a quick Google search should do it), but most states are very clear that you, the vehicle owner, have every right to choose …Read More
When the worst happens, we want to help you be prepared as we know you’ll have bigger things on your mind than Googling answers.
Don’t leave the scene of the accident. Whether you were a driver, a passenger or merely a witness, wait until the police have been called and someone official has taken your name before …Read More