If you’ve caught the travel bug and have chosen to see the country by camping out of your car, truck, or van, you aren’t alone. More people than ever are choosing to camp out their vehicle as a more affordable alternative to staying in hotels or buying or renting an RV. 

Some people don’t mind a long commute–they appreciate the time to themselves to mentally prepare themselves for the day ahead or relax after a long workday. For others, long commutes or work trips are a drag and they’d rather just be at the destination.

Now that fall is upon us, this can mean a mix of weather conditions as summer starts to transition into winter, and you may find yourself using both your car’s air conditioner and heater fairly frequently. If either of these systems is not working at peak performance, this can make for an uncomfortable commute.

Moving soon? Most people end up packing their car up with essentials and valuables you don’t want the movers to handle. Check out these tips for packing your car during a move.

Between kids, pets, and busy schedules, it’s easy to let your car get messy. Learn to keep it clean and organized with these easy tips!

Deciding whether buying a new car or hanging on to your old one makes the most sense can be tough. Here are a few points to consider.

What do you keep in your car when you’re traveling? Here are a few things most folks don’t think to pack when they’re about to hit the road, but that could come in handy nonetheless.

Beat the heat this summer with tips on keeping your car cooler. Regulating the temperature in your car means a more comfortable driver and less wear on your interior.

Although a little bit of sand or some ice cream won’t ruin your vacation, there are several tips for keeping your car in tip top shape. Here are some tips for keeping your car clean while on a beach trip. 

If you’re expecting a hurricane or other inclement weather, it helps to be prepared. Keep your car from damage and be ready for any situation with these car prep tips.

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