Road tripping is a great way to get, see, and do more when you’re traveling. That said, by driving, you also need to plan how you’ll handle pit stops, car trouble, illness or emergencies for you and your passengers. Here are a few driving tips for staying awake, staying safe, and staying comfortable on your next long drive.
You might’ve noticed that one or both of the sun visors in your car seem to be gradually getting looser or, if you’re really unlucky, maybe the visor on the driver’s side broke off on one side and blocks your view. Fret not, a broken sun visor is usually a simple and affordable fix. Here are a few tips.
Whether your car came to your driveway straight from the showroom or straight from your kid’s soccer practice (complete with juice boxes, snacks, and sweaty clothes), it needs to be washed just the same! New or old, your car will appreciate a regular wash, but just how often should you wash your car? Let’s find out.
The tail lights are one of the most important safety features on your vehicle. They alert other motorists that you are braking, make sure you’re safely visible in dark driving conditions, and some even connect to your turn signals, hazard lights, and have an emergency braking signal. No one wants to get rear-ended, pulled over, or over even given a ticket for tail light issues.
Don’t be terrified that it’s nearly vehicle inspection time. Here are a few things you should know about the process before you take your vehicle to the mechanic!
Did you know something as simple as your horn could cause you to fail your car inspection? Here are 5 sneaky details that could make you fail.