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What do I do after a deer collision?

Whether you’re driving on I-10 west toward San Antonio or up I-35 to Austin, you’ll find yourself in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. These rolling hills boast their beauty all year long with magical views of spectacular sunsets. What might be the only drawback of driving through the area you might ask? Being…

These are the worst Austin roads for 2018

Anyone who lives in the Central Texas area is no stranger to traffic and construction delays. Whether it’s construction, rush hour, or a wind turbine blade stuck in an intersection (yes, it’s real), traffic is all but guaranteed to be slow. But just how slow? Texas A&M Transportation Institute has released their annual report on…

Photo shows a bridge/walkway leading into downtown Austin, with cars driving by and several pedestrians enjoying the view.

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…

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How to jump start a car

Jump starting a car is something all car owners have to do at some point in their lives. Whether we left our headlights on overnight, or just need a new battery, it’s important to know how to start your car when it dies. The good news is that the jumping part is pretty easy. The…

These night driving safety tips could save your life

You’re driving home and tired. To keep yourself awake, you’re jamming to your favorite rock station, but not really paying attention to your surroundings. All of a sudden, a deer pops out of nowhere, and you to swerve around him. Does any of this sound familiar? It is important for drivers to revisit night driving…

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Drive safe during the holidays to avoid a visit to the body shop

It’s the season for family and friends to come together and enjoy time with one another. This can mean travelling by car, along with many others who will head out on the highways and roads. Increased traffic on the roads means greater chance of an accident. here are a few safety tips to stay on…

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