Tips For Purchasing A Wheelchair Accessible Van

Whether you are the caregiver to a family member who uses a wheelchair or you are in a wheelchair yourself, purchasing a wheelchair van can make transportation much easier. But buying a wheelchair van should not be done on a whim-- it is a major purchase and you will need to make sure that you find a van that has the features to suit your lifestyle. Use the following tips to buy a van that is wheelchair accessible: [Read More]

Big Snow Storm Coming Up? 3 Tips To Get Your Car Ready

If you have a big snow storm on the way, you need to make sure your car is ready for it. This will ensure you can drive to your work, school, etc., without having to worry about getting in an accident or breaking down. Below are three tips to help you get started with this. Get New Tires If the tires on your car are old, you need to get new ones before the winter storm hits. [Read More]

Don't Get Snow Ditched: 3 Winter Tips For Your Car

During the snowy season, getting stuck in a ditch is much more likely because of ice on the roads and deep snow. Once you get stuck in snow piled up in a ditch in the road, it's much more challenging to get out. This is why you will want to consider these three tips to avoid "getting ditched:" Take Care of the Small Things: Before the winter season arrives, you are going to want to take care of the small things, which includes changing the windshield wipers. [Read More]

Why Sea Salt Is Bad For Your Car

One of the challenges of living by the sea is the effect that the sea can have on your car. Moisture is well known as a cause of car rust, especially during the winter. But another problem that cars might face is the greater amount of salt. There are certain parts of the car in particular that are vulnerable to salt and dew.  How Coastal Areas Affect Your Car The worst time for those who live near coastal areas is winter. [Read More]