Best Tips To Pass a Driving Test

So you have gotten your driver’s license and you are excited to take the driving test so that you can convince your parents to buy you a car or so that you can buy a car for yourself as the case may be. However, you have heard stories about people who have failed their driving test on multiple occasions. You don’t want to be one of those people. You want to pass the test on your first try, and we want to help you to do just that. This article contains gems that would provide you with … [Read more...]

Letter to the Editors: I Was Hit By an Uninsured Driver – Now What?

In the downtown area of my college’s town, people are known to drive recklessly and sometimes even while drunk. It’s not unheard of for fender-benders to happen. For the past three years, I’ve lived here, I’ve managed to avoid getting in one myself. Unfortunately, a stroke of bad luck hit me recently and I was in a collision that left my car pretty much totaled. I’m grateful to be alive and (mostly) unharmed, but when I learned that the other driver, another student, wasn’t insured, it … [Read more...]

Road Trip Ready: 5 Tips for Car Safety

Winter is a season when many people have some time off work. It’s such a great time to grab your loved ones and explore all that nature has to offer—whether it’s oceans, mountains or desert. It’s important for both you and your car to be prepared when a long trip is on the horizon. Before you head out on your next road trip, consider these 5 tips for car safety. Make Sure You Have the Necessities Keep all of the necessities close by in case of an emergency. According to this car … [Read more...]

Finance Options for Buying a New Car

Buying a new car is exciting. Choosing the model, taking a test drive, picking out the extras that will make it uniquely yours; we all love it! However, actually paying for the car can present a dilemma. Which route should you take? In this article, we’ll explore the options to help you make an informed decision. Personal Savings The most straightforward approach to buying a car is to use your own savings. You won’t need to worry about repayments, accrual of interest, penalties, or … [Read more...]

How To Travel Safely and Securely With Your Dog In The Car

Most dogs love going on a road trip with their owners. Taking them with us during our travels is fun. However, while fastening our seat belts when hitting the road is second nature, for our pets, it's a whole different story. You're putting your pet in danger when he is not secured correctly in the event of a crash. Furthermore, pets can also distract drivers during the ride. Consider the safety tips below before going on a drive with your precious pet. Importance of Keeping Your Dog Secure … [Read more...]

What Fluids Should You Check Before A Long Road Trip?

Getting your car ready for a long trip is not as easy as it might seem. There are many different things that you have to check and you want to be sure that you do this or you might end up in the middle of the road simply because you decided not to take your car to a jeep service and repair shop. While the best thing that you can do is to visit a good mechanic, there are some things that you can check yourself. Car fluids fall into that category. One of the most important things to remember … [Read more...]

Mom’s Guide to Keeping a Clean Car

Everyone who drives a car knows how easy it is to accumulate clutter inside, especially if you drive around the kids. With all the running around from home, to school, to work, it’s easy to forget throwing that piece of trash or that little toy lying in the corner. After all, you can always go back for it later. By the time you notice, everything will have accumulated in one big mess. Don’t wait until you need professional intervention to clean your car. Professional cleaning can cost you at … [Read more...]

Top Things Parents Must Consider Before Purchasing A Family Car

"Parents weigh many important factors when they consider their family car, but it seems that bigger capacity is one of the best indicators for overall satisfaction especially as kids grow up," said CarGurus editor Malt Smith. The car search company did research whereby 21% of sedan owners reported that their car did not meet their family needs. On the other hand, only 7% of SUV and minivan owners were unhappy with their choice of vehicle. The research also found out that the family activities … [Read more...]