It’s only natural for your teenager to want their own vehicle after turning 16. For families operating on a budget, they need something affordable, but many also want to make sure their teen is as safe as possible. Here is a list of safe and affordable vehicles that could work for your teen.
April is National Car Care Month. How can you celebrate? Make sure that your vehicle has completely recovered from the winter months and do whatever maintenance is necessary for the warmer seasons ahead.
Your son or daughter is ready to gain a new sense of independence by learning how to drive. However, you may not know how to begin teaching your eager teen, as driving has become natural to you.
You could say that it is never too early to start learning good driving habits, and the people behind Safety City in Lexington, KY would certainly agree. Developed out of a partnership between Eastern Kentucky University and the Lexington Police Department, Safety City is a free program for second and third graders.
The infamous “Spring Forward” has happened, and while you have only lost one hour of sleep, you may be feeling very tired this week. And you are not alone. The week following the spring time change is notoriously difficult on a lot of people, especially when it comes to driving.
The good news is that car thefts are declining steadily across the country. The bad news is that the theft of car parts and accessories is on the rise.
Even for areas that are not affected by El Niño, rain is still a reality, and it is always a good idea to exercise caution on the roads when dealing with wet precipitation. Driving safely in rainy conditions is entirely possible with the right precautions and the proper equipment.