• 5 Indiana Road Trips for Spring

    5 Indiana Road Trips for Spring

    There’s something about spring weather that makes us want to get out there and explore! While taking a long, out-of-state road trip is always fun, there are plenty of visit-worthy destinations right here in our home state.

  • 4 Signs It’s Time for New Wiper Blades

    The condition of your wiper blades is something no one has time to think about until–all of a sudden–you can’t see. After enough wear, any wiper blade will start to crack and become brittle. When your windshield wipers deteriorate or get damaged, they pose a safety hazard to you, your passengers, and other vehicles. Harsh

  • Are Your Headlights Cloudy Or Yellowed?

      When vehicle headlights are made, the manufacturer applies a coating over the polycarbonate plastic lenses to protect them. This coating is very effective in protecting the headlight. However, after years of assault from dirt, ultraviolet rays, road debris, and acid rain, the original coating wears down. When this happens, the polycarbonate plastic is exposed

  • Is it Still Important to Learn to Drive Stick?

      Since the late 1980’s, there has been a steady decline of vehicles manufactured with manual transmission. Car enthusiasts will tell you this is a tragedy. Manual transmission vehicles were well-loved for several reasons including, lower vehicle purchase price, greater fuel economy, better driving control, and just more fun. Given how common automatics have become,

  • 3 Signs You Need A Tire Rotation

    If you were to leave all your tires in the same four corners of your vehicle, year after year, the tires would undoubtedly wear unevenly. The weight of any vehicle isn’t perfectly distributed. Therefore, uneven wear is unavoidable. That’s why regular tire rotation is so important.

  • 17 Things to Put In Your Emergency Car Kit

    It’s the perfect time to stock your car emergency kit. Put these items on your shopping list now to avoid getting caught unprepared during winter weather. You may even already own many of these items. Of course, be sure to assemble your personal kit based on the needs of your own climate and travel activities.

  • How to Prepare Your Kid’s Car for College

    Weren’t you just picking Cheerios off the floor and suffering through the greatest pain known to humankind, aka, stepping on Legos with bare feet? It hardly seems possible that the little toddler once running around and making a mess everywhere could be ready for college. If you’re stuck in too much denial about your baby

  • Driving Safety Tips

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every day in the United States, “more than nine people are killed and more than 1,153 people are injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver.”

  • Vehicle Maintenance Basics

    Vehicle maintenance is easy to neglect. Daily life gets busy and time seems to fly. By the time you know it, it’s been 5 months since your vehicle has seen any maintenance. If you struggle to keep up with your regular maintenance schedule, you are not alone. In a recent study done by the Car

  • Avoid a Summer Road Trip Breakdown

    Summer is almost here and so is road trip season. No matter what your plans are this summer, no one wants to breakdown in the heat in a place far away from home. Follow these steps before any extended driving this summer in order to keep your vehicle on the road.

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