Thanksgiving is approaching quickly! This holiday is a celebration of family, togetherness, and a show of appreciation for all the good things we are blessed with in our lives. A high percentage of Americans will be traveling on Thanksgiving, and especially on Black Friday the day after. We stay put for a while when we get there, which makes the roads relatively easy in urban areas at the least, but a lot of Arizonians will be driving on the road to their dinner or weekend destination.
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.
“Lemon” is a term used to describe a car that seemed perfectly normal when it was purchased, but ended up giving you lots of problems soon after that. It has already been in the shop half a dozen times or more in the short time you’ve had it.
GMC’s Wireless Charging
One of the goals of mobile phone technology in recent years has been to reduce the need for adapters or cables. GMC wireless charging makes your driving all the more convenient and enjoyable as you can now charge your phone without plugging in. You just need to simply put the device to be charged on top of the charger – that’s it! Please see GMC’s official article release for more information on the technical explanation for how this works – if you don’t care for the technical terminologies, just know that this is one more way GMC is staying a step ahead of the curve and bringing the most advanced technology to you.
Many phones now possess wireless charging capabilities in their hardware only and are getting popular as well. Any wireless charging accessory that makes use of PMA 1.0, WPC 1.1, or WPC 1.0 charging standards are adaptable to GMC’s wireless charging technology.
So, go ahead and adopt GMC’ wireless charging technology for being free of any worries regarding charging of your phone or using Internet while driving.
Make way for the brand offering a luxurious range of vehicles to its esteemed clients worldwide! With a strengthened 2017, Buick has made a mark for itself with a rising sales chart in 2018’s first quarter. The brand that has been offering class and efficiency to its clients for many years now is seeing a great return this year. Buick has also just launched its new range of Regals and is coming out with an updated Envision for 2019. Read more
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Electric cars run using electric motors powered by electrochemical cells; these cars use built-in battery packs. Thus, they run on electricity, rather than on conventional sources of energy like petroleum and gasoline. These cars have become increasingly popular in recent years. Read more
Ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft have become prevalent among riders in all age groups, but specifically among millennials. Instead of only using them to pick them up from a night out on the town, many are using these companies to get them to and from work, doctor appointments, and other daily activities. Read more
The 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, made headlines everywhere during his campaign in proposing to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. Now that he’s been elected, there has been increased discussion about the wall and the proposed import tax from Mexico to offset the American cost.
If the U.S. Congress approves the proposal on Mexican imports, this would have a significant economic impact directly on the United States consumers, specifically on the auto industry, as there are quite a number of goods we import from Mexico that are used in building cars and electronics.