There are so many great models on the market, so many amazing new designs, gadgets and technologies. It’s really hard to know where to start when choosing the right type of vehicle to buy. Here’s a practical step-by-step approach to picking the best car for you and your family.
There are two types of drivers on the highway: Those who really hate it when people are driving slow in the left lane, and those who drive in the left lane all the time regardless of speed.
Are you in the market for a new car? Great! Here’s the question: What’s the better option – to buy a new car or to lease one?
We typically have it pretty easy here in Arizona as far as weather and driving go, but when it rains, or when you go up north to see the snow in the winter, driving is very different, and potentially dangerous road conditions when you aren’t used to them can be a real challenge.
Arizona is a state that is rich in natural scenery – much of the state is very sparsely populated, and there are a ton of beautiful day trips that people can take. Also, we have some of the best roads in the country, with little snowfall to harm them every year. Here’s a look at the best Arizona Road Trips for you and your family.
Have you ever wanted it to be easier to transport your furry best friend? Sometimes, transporting your dog from place to place can be quite challenging, especially when they get dirty. Let’s talk about some of the features that make it easier to get around with your pets!
Right of way laws are absolutely essential as they help people drive safely. These rules have more to do with basic courtesy and common sense than anything else. Right of way laws in Arizona apply not only to car drivers, but also to cyclists, bikers and pedestrians.
Here’s what you should know about the right of way laws in Arizona.
You cannot insist on taking the right of way. The law does not state who has the right of way. It states who must yield.
We have a lot of great classic cars here in Arizona that are reasonably well-maintained and rust-free thanks to the favorable weather in our state. There’s absolutely no salt on the roads that could cause rust in the winter.
However, if you have an older, slightly worn classic car, whether bought or inherited, you may want to consider a restoration. You can do the classic car restoration yourself, or get it done by professionals. Here’s how it works.
You may love your car, but you will still want to sell it at some point, so that you can upgrade to a new model. Nothing wrong with that, but if you want to get a good resale value for the car, you should take good care of it.
Auto labor rates vary widely across the United States. In fact, they vary widely within Arizona as well. Garage shops in Arizona generally charge between $47 and $215 per hour, depending on where they are located, the type of the vehicle and the extent of the problem.