I have always like to drive, but about a year ago I realized that there were some issues when it came to the cleanliness of my car. I realized that there were some serious issues with how well the car was cared for, so I started focusing on keeping things clean and tidy. It was absolutely incredible to see how much of a difference my actions made, and now I can honestly say that I am proud of the way my car looks, smells, and functions. This blog is all about enjoying your car when you are out on the road.
Learning that your child has a physical disability can be devastating and overwhelming. Whether your child was born with a birth defect that limits their mobility or they had an illness or accident later in life, either way, you'll need to think about safely transporting your child.
Here are ways to transport your physically disabled child.
1. Adaptive Car Seats
Depending on your child's age, size, and the type of disability they have, you may need to get an adaptive car seat for your child. [Read More]
Motorists need to realize that their tires are one of the most important components of their vehicles when it comes to safety.
Having tires that are in good condition minimizes your chances of being involved in an accident. This is especially true with accidents in hazardous driving conditions like on wet or icy roads.
The following are six mistakes motorists need to avoid when purchasing new tires to keep their vehicles in good shape and stay safe on the roads: [Read More]