Four steps to follow after your vehicle is in a collision
Being involved in a car accident can be terrifying. Even a small fender bender can open the door to insurance claims and court dates. To make sure that you take care of everything after a car accident, following these steps can make it easier to know what you need to do. If you’re involved in a collision, the steps you take at the moment can benefit you later on. Continue reading
Which apps can you use to help drive safely?
Driving is a privilege that should not be taken lightly. However, with all of the devices that are constantly calling for our attention, distracted driving is a huge problem. When you aren’t paying attention to the road, you’re putting yourself and other drivers at risk. Even with all the information on the dangers of using your phone and other devices behind the wheel, many drivers still choose to utilize their phones while they’re behind the wheel. Continue reading
Is there a best time to purchase a new vehicle?
If you’ve spent the majority of your time on the road in an old clunker, you know how exciting it is to begin looking for a new car. Shopping for a new car can be completely overwhelming, and sometimes even confusing. The majority of drivers, especially ones who have never bought a car, aren’t always sure of where to start. Like with any large purchase, you want to make sure you do your research on when it is the best time to buy a new car. Continue reading
Which 2018 Ford vehicles are offered with AWD?
There aren’t that many people who like to take their vehicles off of the beaten path. Those who do are likely looking for a vehicle that is equipped for adventure. One of the best ways to ensure that the new Ford model you’re considering is able to keep up with your whatever you throw at it is to make sure that the vehicle has All-Wheel Drive. Continue reading
How to stay safe while driving after dark
Every year, Daylight Saving Time foists an extra hour of darkness upon us, meaning that the sun begins to set around 5:00 pm. That means that many drivers will be spending the bulk of their time on the road shrouded in darkness. Driving after dark can be tricky, and there’s a lot that can go wrong. If you want to stay safe on the road when it is dark out, here are some tips to help you safely reach your destination. Continue reading
How to use Ford Pass
Many people won’t leave the house without their smartphone firmly in hand. While there are some who think that constant connectedness is ruining interactions, smartphones can be incredibly useful. They not only can help keep you connected but can also be useful in plenty of situations, especially while driving. Continue reading
Can a digital odometer be rolled back?
Buying a used car can be confusing. Since the vehicle has had at least one other owner, some of the details might be pushed under the rug if you choose to not buy from a dealership. Dealerships have access to more information and can make sure that you’re getting a vehicle that is high-quality, even if it is old. There may, however, be some less than reputable dealerships that may try to get you to be a vehicle that isn’t what it may seem.
How to get a driver’s license in North Carolina if you’re over 18
Most people go through the process of getting a license when they are sixteen. Sometimes, classes to help prepare you for taking the written test and then offer the road test through the school. If driver’s ed isn’t offered, there are plenty of driving schools that have professionals who can train you. While many get their license as soon as possible, some people don’t get their license until they are an adult. Continue reading
Are you more likely to get pulled over in a red car?
There are some urban legends that are unequivocally false, while others have a base in reality. One urban legend that has always had traction is that red cars are more likely to be pulled over by a police officer. Most people are content to take that piece of advice at face value and avoid purchasing a red vehicle, but the question remains: do red cars get pulled over more than other vehicles? Continue reading
3 ways to safely use your phone in the car
It is dangerous to get behind the wheel of a car, especially now. Smartphones are an ever-present part of most driver’s days, and they don’t go away once you’re behind the wheel. While there are laws against texting and driving, it is still easy to quickly fire off a reply while you’re behind the wheel when no one is around. Continue reading