Taking your drivers test is an exciting experience, but it can also be a stressful one. Everyone wants to pass their test on the first try and walk out with their new drivers license. While it can be intimidating to get behind the wheel at the test center, there are some ways you can help make sure that you pass your test with flying colors on the first try.
Kids’ brains are like sponges, and they soak up everything they see and hear. This makes early childhood a great time to teach them important things, even if they won’t use that info for years to come. One example of this is traffic laws. Your kids (hopefully!) won’t be driving for a while yet, but it’s never too early to get them started. And depending on where you live, your kids may need to understand certain laws, like how to properly use crosswalks. Make the most of teachable moments like these when you’re out and about, and give your kids a head start.
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A pickup truck’s toolbox tends to turn into a huge junk drawer. We throw anything and everything inside without really thinking about it-- until one day, when we can’t find anything at all! This can be a real problem if you’re in a pinch and need to find a tool quickly. If you’re ready to clean out your toolbox, you can use these handy tips to keep things organized.
There are certain pieces of car maintenance that you think about on a regular basis, like having your oil changed or tires checked. Then there are others that are easier to forget. Most of us don’t even think about the age of our wiper blades until we’re caught in a storm and suddenly can’t see past the smeared windshield. Keeping your wiper blades regularly changed will help to keep you safe on the road.
While gas prices have stabilized for now, you never know when costs may rise again. And with the summer on the horizon, many of us are looking to take family vacations and road trips, which can sport hefty gas bills even with lower prices per gallon. How can you save money at the pump? Here are some tips to improve your gas mileage, no matter what kind of vehicle you drive.
Time to trade in your older Chevrolet truck? Worried about getting a new one? Yes, that old truck has been a great one, and you want to replace it with something just as dependable. No worries, the 2017 Silverado is here and it has many different trim options and features. The Silverado has always been an American icon, and Chevrolet has made it even better this year.
The Camaro was first built in 1966, and with 50 years of experience under their belt, Chevrolet has created a car that’s more powerful and user-friendly than ever before. It’s been overhauled by Chevy’s finest engineers to deliver exactly what you’d expect from a Chevrolet: performance, functionality, and safety, all at a price you’ll feel good about.
The Chevrolet bowtie is one of the world’s most recognizable emblems. William C. Durant, cofounder of Chevrolet, attached the elegant bowtie to the company in 1913. Since its initial inception, the design has gone through a few changes. Many colorations and styles have graced the bowtie, yet it has kept its essential shape for over 100 years. The basic logo may have been consistent for 100 years, but the stories behind its creation have not.
The 50th anniversary of the Claxton Rattlesnake and Wildlife Festival (formerly known as the Rattlesnake Roundup) will take place on March 11th and 12th. This annual event is put on each year by the Evans County Wildlife Club, and it’s always a hit. This is one event that you won’t want to miss! With a variety of activities and events, there’s something that your whole family will enjoy.
Congratulations! You’ve just bought a new vehicle. But you’re not quite ready to drive away just yet-- you need to make sure that all your papers are in order first. When you purchase a vehicle, whether you’re getting it from a dealership or an individual seller, you’ll need to take care of the title transfer and the new tag.