If you think you know how to clean your windshield, you're probably right. But maybe there could be more to it. Maybe it doesn't have to be a mindless chore. Maybe the moments spent with a squeegee in your hand could rank among the happiest times of your life.
For many pet owners, a vacation doesn't feel like vacation unless their beloved dogs and cats are joining them for the ride. So when your pets become your passengers, follow these tips to help keep them safe.
Daily commutes. Road trips. Errands around town. As the amount of time we spend in our cars adds up, so does the cost of driving. Fortunately, the following tips can help put the brakes on unnecessary spending.
You'd never drive while wearing a blindfold, right? Of course you wouldn't. It could be bad for your health. It would reflect poorly on your intelligence. The list of reasons to never try it goes on and on, and it's punctuated by the fact that it's, you know, illegal.
But … have you ever done the equivalent of driving blindfolded? That's where things might get tricky.
You've worked hard and the day has finally arrived for that long-awaited summer trip. But the last thing you need is a blowout or an overheated engine putting the kibosh on your plans. Short or long distance driving in hot weather can be tough on your vehicle. We've got a few tips.
Summer’s over, and if you’re like most of us, so are a lot of those vacation days too. It’s back to school, back to work and back to the grind. With everyone moving into fall routines, it’s likely you’ve noticed an uptick in commuter traffic. We’ve got some ideas on how to manage the grind and handle the change of routine.