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How to keep your car interior coronavirus free

Keep yourself and your family safer by cleaning your car interior. Odds are, you’ve had a few people in and out of your vehicle since COVID-19 has been in the states. We all know handwashing is vital, but how can we keep our car interior safe and clean? Here are our tips for keeping your…

10 crash-prevention tips for teen drivers

Statistically speaking, everyone gets in more than one accident in their lifetime. As a teen, your chance of having an accident is greater than everyone else. Ages 15-19 are also three times as likely to be in a crash than drivers 20 and older. Crash-prevention tips can literally save your life. Here are a few…

The aftermath of a collision, with a silver car facing an upside down red car on a freeway.

What if I need hail damage repair?

Hailstorms in Texas take a toll on vehicles. They can leave behind a Texas-sized path of destruction to property, including cars. That leaves many car owners in need of hail damage repair. According to a recent study, Williamson County comes in at #17 for the most wind and hail insurance claims in Texas during the…

Small round dents stand out on the roof of a dark blue car.

Five mistakes that reduce a vehicle’s lifespan

Whether your car is your beloved baby or simply the reliable way you get around, it is an important tool and a big investment. The longer you can keep your car on the road and avoid spending big bucks on a new vehicle, the better. But many people unintentionally make mistakes that shorten the length…

A red classic convertible sits on the side of a road with the sunset in the background

DIY: Kid’s backseat organizer road trip hack

Here is an easy-to-make organizer to keep the backseat from lapsing into chaos on the road. This will hold snacks, toys, books, and necessities like sunglasses or umbrellas. Here are the steps to make it: 1. Buy a hanging shoe caddy with cubby slots. These are typically long, so you’ll want to clip it to…

Why is my ‘check engine’ light on?

If you have ever had the “check engine” light come on in your car, chances are you probably thought, “What is wrong with my car?” If you have ever asked that question, you have one thing correct, there is something wrong with your vehicle. A recent study shows about 10 percent of cars on the…

A close-up of an illuminated speedometer and check engine light.

Luxury features you didn’t know you could add to your vehicle

Have you ever found yourself lusting over luxury car features you know you could never afford? New technology has made cars more comfortable, safe, and connected than ever. The good news is that many of these features can be added to your older vehicle. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite add-ons that can make…

Back to basics: How to change a flat tire

With AAA and other emergency roadside services, it may feel unnecessary to know how to change your own tire. But especially on road trips, knowing how to change a flat can save you hours of waiting and worry. Here is your guide to changing a tire, from blowout to back on the road. Items you’ll…

A close up of a flat tire.

Use this summer toy for two separate car-hacks

Whether or not you have a spare pool noodle lying around your garage, these foam tubes can be great for more than fun in the pool. We have a couple of ways to use them for your car. Protect your paint When you pull your car in the garage, it can sometimes be a tight…

Photo shows a car door opened against a pool noodle, cut in half and placed on the wall.

Get your car ready for a road trip

Are you planning a weekend getaway, or visiting your family for the holidays? It can get complicated just to load the car up with the family just to go to the movies, let alone a long drive. And when you have a long drive, there are other concerns to address before hitting the road other…

Photo shows the back of a hatchback car open, showing a fully-packed interior.

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