Stormy weather from California to New York has made driving conditions treacherous.
One of the simplest ways to improve driving safety also is one of the least expensive--a new set of quality blades.
Take the passenger seat with your teenage driver this winter, and use the time to review some basic safety tips for driving in foul weather.
Keeping your ride looking sharp this time of year takes work, because winter weather attacks your car from every angle.
Putting on weight during the holidays isn’t unusual, and dieticians don’t fault you for doing so. The bigger concern is dumping that extra mass once the celebrations have ended and life returns to normal.
Fabric floor mats become sponges in wet weather. Ditch them in favor of rubber floor mats durable enough to weather all the soil, salt, snow and rain getting tracked into the car this winter.
Want to wring every mile out of your gas tank over the life of your vehicle? Auto experts have three simple ways to make that happen.
Patti Powell announces the addition of Janice Albright to the dealership’s staff as Auto Accessories Manager.
Albright, a Stanford resident and Harrodsburg native, brings enthusiasm and passion for great customer service to her position.
Some planning, effort and a little consistency go a long way to keeping your car looking sharp all winter long.
Tires are made to do one thing--grip the road. Are your treads ready to see you through the winter?
Holiday light displays aren't always found wrapped around buildings or draped on trees.
In fact, a night sky packed with sparkling stars is no further than your nearest state or national park.