If you've got a big family, it can seem like a chore to get everyone squeezing into a vehicle. To avoid that hassle, you need a bigger car! There are plenty of sedans or small trucks on the market that just won't hold your entire crew. Look into getting one of these larger SUVs that guarantees to hold everyone.
In this day and age, pretty much everyone needs a vehicle. In our area, there aren't many public transportation options to choose from and it's likely that each household has at least one car, truck or SUV. However, there are plenty of reasons to invest in a second vehicle for your home. Here are a few ways an extra car can benefit you in the long run.
Your tires are the first and only contact your vehicle has with the road, so it's important to know they’re always working correctly. Tires get old and worn down. This isn't a sign of anything you did wrong, but rather an inevitable fact of driving. Just as your feet get sore after a long walk, the tires on your car, truck, or SUV take a beating every time you drive. You never want to drive on bald tires; it’s incredibly unsafe. With that in mind, here are a few warning signs to watch out for.
As the temperatures fall and the air get cooler, your vehicle’s maintenance needs will change. There are a few things that you must consider when driving in cold weather that aren’t as much of an issue during the warmer months, especially in light of the recent cold snap. Make sure that you’ve taken care of all of this maintenance on your car before you set off for a drive during the winter.
The entire GM lineup was made to last. It’s no wonder you still love driving your Chevy, Buick, or GMC vehicle even if it's several years old! However, there may be some amazing features of the new 2018 vehicles that you didn’t realize. If you trade-in your current vehicle and upgrade to the latest model, you can enjoy all of the benefits you already enjoy- plus some new ones! Take a look at just a few of the recent additions to the model lineup.
It’s no secret that buying a Chevrolet, Buick, or GMC vehicle is going to allow you to drive one of the best vehicle on the road. Congratulations on making a great vehicle purchase! Did you know that’s not the end of it, though? There are additional GM accessories, which can be purchased right here at NeSmith Chevrolet Buick GMC Claxton, to make your vehicle exactly what you want and need. These accessory options include:
When you get your oil changed, you may be dismayed to realize there are actually several different options to choose between and quite a price difference between them! Just like when you pump gasoline into your car and decide on Regular, Midgrade, or Premium, when you get new oil put into your car at regular intervals you have a choice between Conventional and Synthetic. Isn’t all oil the same? Actually, no.
If you frequent the gas pump, you’ve no doubt seen the premium and plus options available. Like most people, you’re aware of the option, but haven’t really researched what they are. Let’s explore what these gas types mean and how they are different from standard, unleaded gasoline.
With more people on the road this holiday season, it's inevitable that there will be more accidents to be had. Hopefully, your vehicle will be safe from a fender bender but if you're on the road and witness an accident, it can be daunting to know what to do. Here are some tips to make sure you do the right thing if you happen upon an accident.
Call the police
Most of the time, even if it's just a small accident, a police report needs to be filed. This not only gives a written record of the incident but helps with things like insurance claims. Once the police are notified, they can handle the rest, like calling medical help or tow trucks.
As the holidays near, it's likely that you'll be traveling to visit family or take a vacation. Even if you're just going a few hours away, it can be tough to get children to sit still for that long. To alleviate the boredom and keep the little ones behaving through your entire trip, try these fun tips.
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