April 2014 is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the National Safety Council is urging drivers to take the time to understand the facts when it comes to distracted driving and cell phones.
Technology—specifically, the accumulation of it—just isn’t my thing.
“Do I really need to wax my car?”
Even in this day and age of tremendous technology, we still have some of those same problems we have always had, and that includes one of the most age-old irritations of being a car owner: Lockin
In this day and age, anywhere we can save a little money is a good thing. Well, how about skipping that expensive—and often not very effective—automatic car wash for a good ol’ hand washing?
We love our pets! But, when we have them in the car, we need to take the proper safety precautions, for their safety and for our own.
In the Atlanta viewing area, there is a local commercial for a restaurant that features a mother with hungry kids in the car.
The Red Thumb Reminder Campaign was launched to help people help themselves when it comes to distracted driving.
Spring of the year can be a rainy time for a lot of areas, and it is important that drivers acknowledge the difference between driving on a nice dry surface and one that is wet.
Many car owners, whether for preference or practicality, prefer buying used.
The trip, and our travels around town, comprised just shy of five hundred miles. The average mileage on the trip came out to be right around 39.4MPG. I was impressed, to be sure.