Just because you aren’t driving your vehicle, doesn’t mean you don’t need to keep up with it’s care…or maybe because you aren’t driving your vehicle that’s all the more reason to attend to it. There are several opportunities to get on top of your vehicle’s needs and some of them don’t even cost a single penny.
Are you unintentionally becoming best friends with your mechanic because your vehicle is in the shop so much? The good news is that there are things you can do to regain control over the time and money you spend on your vehicle.
If you are thinking about taking a road trip this summer, or wish you had planned one and have a goal to plan one next year, here are my top picks.
Ideally, if you take care of your vehicle properly, adhere to all of the items on your maintenance schedule in a timely manner, and have it inspected every few years, you can avoid a surprise breakdown. Even when necessary precautions are taken, you may still find yourself on the side of the road.
I want to share with you what I like as a woman out on a date. When my husband does these things, it helps me to enjoy the date that much more.
Here are my top 5 tips for driving in below freezing temperatures.
A friend recently sent me a photo of the gas options offered at a fueling station and said, “Help! Which one do I use?” There were FIVE options at that particular pump. No wonder she was confused. I have since spent a lot of time researching different gas grades and I finally have an answer for her. What is the right answer for you?
You don’t have to look at a bill in panic when it comes to your car. There are ways you can plan ahead and, in many cases, have enough in your bank account to fully cover all the costs of owning and maintaining a vehicle.
Whether you are just visiting grandma a couple hours away for the weekend or staying with family and friends several states away, here are some things you should consider before you hit the road…
Here’s a few lessons that can help new drivers, and their concerned parents, as they gain maturity in the driver’s seat.