Your much-anticipated road trip is quickly approaching, and you can’t wait to spend several leisurely days driving and enjoying the scenic sites along the way. While your current vehicle is …
It’s that time of year again – well it is for those who live in a cold weather climate! It’s the time of year to get ready for winter driving and taking all precautions to make sure your car is safe to drive in the rough winter weather conditions. Even for the most experienced drivers, operating a motor vehicle can be extremely difficult when driving through snow and ice. The first step to preparing for safety when driving through winter conditions is preparing your car for it. Take a look at some way to prepare your car for winter driving.
We get it – life can get busy and overwhelming. Whether you’re a parent, a working single parent, a working college student, or anywhere in between, life gets busy! One of the areas we tend to neglect is our car, until it’s too late. We get warning signs that a tire is low, or that our engine is running property, yet we figure, “it can wait a while, it will be fine…” until you get a flat tire or you’re stuck on the side of the road because something went terribly wrong under the hood.
Whether you are traveling to a packed tourist destination, sporting event or concert, you will likely encounter large crowds at some point during your travels. For those who battle claustrophobia, or the extreme and irrational fear of confined spaces, large crowds can become even more daunting. Fortunately, with a bit of advanced planning and preparation, you can put your fears at ease.
Our team at DriveTheNation.com has compiled a list of important reminders to consider when dealing with large crowds.
As a native Floridian, one of the most common bits of knowledge that are a must for all that live in the sunshine state is proper protection from the sun. To most people, sunscreen and sunblock are the same thing, right? Wrong. They are commonly referred to as the same thing, but they actually serve two difference purposes. Take a look at some of the main differences below to see which one works better for you.