Driving represents freedom, connection, and independence. These values don’t change as we age, but our physical and mental abilities to drive may. That’s why the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) is working to get the word out about safety for older drivers.
Car safety is important, especially during the winter season when fog, rain, ice and snow can cause a variety of hazardous driving conditions. Before the winter weather turns frightful, make sure your vehicle can brave the harsh elements. Now is the time to get your car in tip-top shape and…
Hot weather can be rough on cars. Higher temperatures break down fluids and lubricants more quickly, which leads to more wear and tear on an engine. Following the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule for your car or truck (see your owner’s manual) and using these precautionary tips from the Department of…