There are a ton of safety features out there on the road today. Everything from the standbys to the most cutting-edge drive-by-wire, computer-assisted system, or the latest materials and communications for accident response. So, what are the safety systems you should be looking for in a new vehicle?
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or many of us, our car, truck, or SUV is a home away from home, an office on the road, a part of our daily life. We may spend hours a day in it – not to mention long road trips, weekend errands, and more! This means you need to carry a fair few things with you. At the same time, you need to be wary of letting your vehicle get too cluttered. So here are the ten everyday things we feel you should always have in your vehicle – and that we always have in ours!
Being out on the road, you need to be prepared for anything that might come at you. At the same time, you can’t take everything with you. You still need room for people, cargo, and much more! Plus, the more stuff you carry with you, the more weight in the vehicle – and the worse your gas mileage will be.
Harnessing smartphones' possibilities and power and connecting them to vehicles has led to massive advances in in-car connectivity. The two most notable over the years have been Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, two systems that are now the most-utilized connectivity systems in the automotive world. Even carmakers who have attempted their own connectivity systems have given up, for the most part, adopting these systems. It’s what the drivers want! So, what exactly are they, why are they so popular, and are there other options on the market to improve your vehicle’s connectivity?
There’s never a bad time to think about sun damage and your vehicle. Even in the winter, the sun is still beating down on your car, truck, SUV or motorcycle, and damaging everything from the paint to the interior. It never goes away.
Years ago, the idea of “Certified” or “Certified Pre-Owned” vehicles started to take off. Originally developed by luxury carmakers to try and denote vehicles that were designated as the ‘best’ used vehicles in top conditioned, it soon grew to be popular across the entire industry.
In this day and age, fuel efficiency is a major factor in buying decisions. Whether you are looking to get a car, truck, or SUV, the miles per gallon that vehicle gets is definitely going to be on your list of comparisons. It may even be a major factor for some, particularly heavy commuters or the environmentally minded.
Maintaining your car, truck, SUV, or motorcycle is imperative to get the longest and best life out of it. Maintenance is a way of protecting your investment and ensuring that it does everything you need it to do, now and into the future.
Leases are fairly ironclad and really go to lengths to protect the dealer. Still, there are some ways to get out of them. Some are run-of-the-mill and often work for the lessor, and the lessee – others are a bit more creative and not without problems. So how do you get out of a vehicle lease that no longer works for you?
Electric vehicles are one of the hottest commodities on the marketplace today. The modern EV isn’t the slow, awkward, boring vehicle of the past. The modern electric vehicle can be sporty, family-friendly, ready to tackle all climates – and many of them now feature ranges that make them good fits for even folks with longer daily commutes. So, what are the pros and cons of a modern electric vehicle?