We’ve come a long way since the dawn of the automobile. Knowing how to drive a manual transmission used to be a necessity, but slowly over time it has shifted to be needed in the vast minority of vehicles on the road today. With new technology, we decided to make it easier for people to learn to drive, and easier to operate different types of vehicles.
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.
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!
It’s mid-summer here in Arizona, and you know how hot it can get, especially when you’re on the road. A good car air conditioner is worth its weight in gold. Brand new cars always have amazing air conditioning, but they start losing their efficiency over time, and gradually you may start to notice your A/C getting less cool as the vehicle ages.
Have You Ever Tried Off-Roading in Arizona?
The hiking trails in Northern Arizona are a lot of fun. It’s one of the cooler places to go for a weekend road trip in the summer. To get to some of our more fun hikes it is often required to drive on dirt roads or go down paths that would be considered “off-roading.”
This is not something that comes up or is mentioned too frequently in daily life. Have you ever considered what you would have to do if you lost every key that you had to get inside and operate your vehicle? Obviously the first thing you will want to do once you realize that they are missing is to retrace your steps very carefully with a flashlight if it is dark, and immediately in the light if it is not – try to look multiple times just in case! If you still have no luck, think about who you can ask that may have had your keys turned in – the local police department has a property division, which is where any lost property is sent if turned into an officer. It is worth calling the non-emergency number to ask there. If you were in a public place like a park or grocery store, speak to management or the park office.