Archive for the ‘Tips & Tricks’ Category

Beginners Tips for Parallel Parking Like A Pro

Friday, May 24th, 2019
woman in the drivers seat of a car

Whether you’re just learning to drive or you have been behind the wheel for years, parallel parking can be a tricky process to nail. However, with plenty of practice, all drivers can get comfortable with the process and stop driving out of their way to find easier parking. Find our best tips and tricks for mastering parallel parking on the first try below. (more…)

How do I cool my car down faster in the summer?

Friday, May 10th, 2019
Country road on a sunny summer day

The heat of summer can make it downright miserable to climb into a hot car. Just opening the door can send a whoosh of hot air to make you uncomfortable let alone burns from metal interiors after you get inside. Find 5 tips for keeping your car interiors cool on a hot day below. (more…)

Why do my windshield wipers always sound squeaky?

Thursday, February 14th, 2019
Two people riding in a car in the rain with a foggy windshield

Squeaky and chattering windshield wipers can sound almost as bad as nails on a chalkboard when you are trying to enjoy a peaceful ride in your vehicle. Find 4 easy ways to stop your windshield wipers from making these strange sounds below. (more…)

Traveling Hacks for Driving with a Dog

Thursday, January 10th, 2019
four puppies peeking out of a trunk

No one wants to leave their canine companion behind when going on vacation. On the other hand, hitting the road unprepared can lead to disaster. Here’s a list of tips for traveling with dogs to make your road trip enjoyable for both you and your furry friend. (more…)

How to Treat Your Kid’s Motion Sickness

Friday, January 4th, 2019
young boy smiling in backseat

Road trips with kids are a challenge on their own. Traveling with a carsick child can be a nightmare. For those parents with children prone to motion sickness, here’s a variety of tips to help prevent and treat nausea on the road. (more…)

New Driver Essentials for Safe Car Travel

Friday, November 30th, 2018
Young couple driving in a car

Most teen drivers can’t wait for the ultimate freedom of being able to drive. While it’s an exciting time in their life, many parents can feel hesitant about sending them off on their own. One way to help make sure they are safe is by keeping their vehicle stocked with all of the necessary supplies for when something should go wrong. We break down the 3 items we think all teen drivers need to have in their car below. (more…)

What paperwork do I need to keep stored in my car?

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018
Someone opening the glove compartment in a car

While some car-related documents should always be safely stored at home, others should always come with you on the road. Find out which 3 documents you should always have stored in your glove compartment here. (more…)

What are the top 6 reasons why my vehicle isn’t starting?

Monday, September 24th, 2018

Is your car not starting? Don’t panic yet. Here are the top 6 reasons why your vehicle won’t start. (more…)

When should I switch my child’s car seat from rear-facing to front-facing?

Monday, September 10th, 2018
family of four leaning out of car windows

Having trouble knowing when you should switch your child’s car seat from rear-facing to front-facing? Here are a few things you should know. (more…)

What vehicle should I buy for a new driver?

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018
Kia Certified Pre-Owned sedan front fascia and drivers side on field

Used vs new vehicles

Do you have a new driver who needs their first car? Or are you the new driver looking for a car? Then stay tuned as we discuss the positives and negatives of buying a used or a new car. (more…)