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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…

A short history of women working with cars

You’ve probably heard the refrain that car repair “is a man’s work.” Well, it may be tough work, but women are equally as capable of the skills it takes to get the job done. To celebrate Women’s History Month, we want to honor the women in our industry: Mechanics, engineers, pioneers, and business owners. Here…

Parallel park like a pro

Are you learning how to parallel park? If you’re a new driver, this can be the most daunting kind of parking. Parallel parking is most useful in urban areas where parking lots are not readily provided or in residential areas. Knowing this skill can make your driving experience less stressful and can get you closer…

Are electric cars safer in an accident?

You may have heard a grumpy refrain from an elder that “smart cars” offer no protection in an accident. The one that comes to mind is this tiny car, made by the manufacturer, Smart Fortwo. It’s one of the smallest cars on the road and depending on the model, is either gasoline-powered or electric. While…

A tiny orange Smart car is parked, plugged into a charging station.

QUIZ: What type of car matches your personality?

  If you’re looking for your first vehicle, there are several factors you’ll want to consider before you buy. Safety Various vehicles have different degrees of safety. Sedans, SUVs, and electronic vehicles tend to have the best safety features. They’re not built for style as much as they are for function, so they’re often tailored…

Are you an eco-friendly driver?

Cars are not so environmentally friendly. The latest CO2 emissions data (2017) puts the U.S. as the second-largest contributor to greenhouse gasses, only second to China. And one-third of that contribution is from transportation. We all need transportation to get to and from work and other activities, especially here in the sprawling land of Texas….

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…

DIY: Road trip question card game

This card game is not only simple, but it’s engaging for all members of the car, including the adults. They are durable and spill-proof for the inevitable backseat messiness and chaos. Here are the steps to making this fun addition to your road trip: 1. Print questions Find “Would-You-Rather?” questions on the web. Some have…

Road trip hacks for traveling with kids

Road trips are hard. There’s so much prep for a long excursion, and keeping the kids entertained isn’t the most of your worries. We’ve put together a few “life-hacks” for keeping the kids organized and entertained on the road. Read more for how-to’s and details. 1. Shoe organizer for toys Your kids use a lot…

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