7, February 2019

Most Popular Vehicle in Texas

As the saying goes, everything is bigger in Texas. When it comes to vehicles in the Lonestar State, that appears to hold true. One out of every six full-size trucks purchased in the United States goes to a Texan. And the Ford F-150 reigns supreme here as the most popular vehicle in the state. WithRead More …

18, March 2020

Car Colors That Can Make or Break Resale Value (Part II)

Gold: The worst color for resale value Depreciation: 37%, 12% worse than average You don’t see too many gold cars on the road, and that’s a good thing for owners who prioritize resale value. According to data collected for 12 months prior to August 2017, gold vehicles lost an average of 37.1% over three years.Read More …

6, February 2020

Car Colors That Can Make or Break Resale Value (Part I)

  Everyone wants to end up with a vehicle that lasts for the long haul. Though, auto consumers will discover that is easier said than done. Right when you think you are focusing on a model recognized for dependability, it could end up on a worst-of list.  Even with so many developments in engineering, automakersRead More …

14, January 2020

Tips for Driving Safely with Hearing Loss (Part III)

Depend on visual clues Once distractions are reduced, you’ll have more time to focus on the information your ears are gathering along the way. Here’s how your eyes can assist you: Like you do your hearing, get your eyes examined yearly and wear prescription eyewear when you drive. This is crucial for your safety onRead More …

11, December 2019

Tips for Driving Safely with Hearing Loss (Part II)

While driving Turn down the volume on the car radio. Not only is having the volume low good for your remaining sense of hearing, but you’ll also have more mental energy to focus on other noises around you, particularly those vital for your safety. Here’s a tip: Change the volume before you start out onRead More …

24, November 2019

Tips for Driving Safely with Hearing Loss (Part I)

How much do you depend on your hearing when you drive? Possibly more than you realize. Your sense of sight is certainly the most critical when behind the wheel, your sense of hearing assists you in detecting oncoming emergency vehicles, hear the loud horn of an impatient driver or realize that your turn signals areRead More …

12, October 2019

Tips on Budget-Friendly Ways to Accessorize Your Car

Whether remodeling a car for your own satisfaction, or renovating for resale, there are various ways to add some value to your set of wheels. It can be hard to figure out which car accessories will make good investments and which won’t. With so many things to take into consideration, these tips will help youRead More …

14, September 2019

Is a Hybrid/Electric Car for Me?

There are lots of good reasons to go electric. Although the up-front costs can be a little higher than diesel or petrol cars, there are government grants available to aid with the cost of purchasing plug-in models. Though, the long-term decreases in fuel costs are significant, with drivers on average saving lots per thousand miles. With fewerRead More …

16, August 2019

Female-Friendly Motorcycles

Female riders make up around 9% of riders, and it’s growing all the time. Clearly all females can ride all bikes, as they’re not gender specific but if you’re new to biking and want some motorcycle recommendations, we’ve put together a few. Honda Shadow Spirit 750 C2 The Honda Shadow is a great motorcycle for all andRead More …

19, July 2019

Hand-Washing vs. Automated Washing: Which is Better?

When you want to take care of your car, enhancing its appearance, extending its life, maintaining its resale value, it must be washed regularly. Should you wash a car yourself or to use a drive-through car wash? Take a look at the differences. The Pros and Cons of Hand Washing PRO: Higher touch. There’s just noRead More …

9, June 2019

Best Car Seats for Newborns

WHAT IS AN INFANT CAR SEAT? An infant car seat is used for newborns who weigh 35-40 pounds and who are 32-35 inches tall. Infant car seats are rear facing. Today, you can decide to purchase an infant car seat that’s only rear-facing or get a convertible car seat that has extended rear-facing capacity andRead More …