Automobiles have a lot of parts. Fortunately, we’ve pinpointed the top six parts most likely to need replacement, how much they could cost you to replace, and how often you should plan on budgeting for such expenses.
We all have the goal of getting home safe. Whether we are coming home from work or an outing with the family, we want to make it back home safe and sound. The night time poses an added level of difficulty when it comes to driving.
Many of us have had this experience; our car hasn’t been checked out in a while even though we know it’s overdue for an inspection. Everything is running fine, so we think we can just go about our business.
Many of us have been driving on the road for so long that we have developed our own version of safe driving habits. Some of us roll stop signs while others cross double-solid-yellow-lines. Day in and day out we break these tiny traffic rules until they become our normal way of driving. And, just because accidents have not occurred from this seemingly harmless rule-breaking, it’s only a matter of time before something does happen.
Did you know that Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times in America? And, this year is no exception. The American Automobile Association (AAA) is quoting that almost 49 million Americans are expected to travel this Thanksgiving and more than 89 percent are expected to make good old fashioned road trips around the country. With that being said, American Red Cross has come through with some awesome travel safety tipsto get you to the Thanksgiving dinner table, safe and sound.