When you’re in the market for a new to you vehicle, there are usually a handful of criteria that you use to make a purchase decision. Does it meet your needs? Can you afford it? Does it look how you want it to? Is it reliable? Is it safe? These are all important questions you should be asking before you make a vehicle purchase. Today we wanted to provide a few resources and ways on how you can answer three of the pressing questions you might have when shopping for a vehicle.
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When it comes to driving, safety should always be the top priority. After a heavy storm, it's common to have wet roads and even debris. This can make the road slick, lead to hydroplaning, or create barriers/obstacles on the road. In order to navigate the roads safely, we have put a few helpful tips and tricks together.
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Defensive driving is a set of driving skills, techniques, and behaviors that prioritize safety and proactive decision-making to reduce the risk of accidents, injuries, and conflicts on the road. It involves being vigilant, aware of one's surroundings, and prepared to respond effectively to potential hazards and unexpected situations. By mastering these techniques, you'll not only enhance your own safety but also make our roads a safer place for everyone.
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Owning a vehicle comes with the responsibility of understanding some of the basics for being on the road. Whether you're a seasoned driver or a novice, knowing these fundamentals can prove invaluable. In this article, we'll cover five essential vehicle skills that every driver should be familiar with.
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Tree sap is on of the tougher substances to get off of your car. The sticky golden compound just doesn't seem to want to want to go anywhere. No matter how much you try to force it, no matter what car wash you use, nothing seems to get it off. Today, try this instead.