Chevy has produced a very reliable and durable family sports utility vehicle for over ten years now. 2019 continues forward with the second generation of this vehicle building upon its already an impressive recipe for a third row SUV. They still are utilizing a V-6 motor in the 3.6 Liter, 310 horsepower with 266 lb.-ft. of torque configuration. Pared with a nine-speed automatic transmission it provides excellent performance for a vehicle of its size and class. Read more
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Over the years you’ll probably buy several different vehicles to suit your ever-changing lifestyle. What was your first car? Was it fast and sporty, or small and economical? What will your next car be? Something to fit in 4 kids, or something nippy for the city? We all have different needs. Despite the allure of the most attractive, speedy, and expensive cars in the magazine, chances are you’ll pick something more practical:
In most circumstances, cars are always cool. But you have a agree, with the progression of the modern world, cars are becoming more awesome than ever. With so many upgrade options that impress, and even some standard models being kitted out in the best of everything, it’s crazy not to have a cool car! When you want something to suit your lifestyle, you need to invest – but you need to invest in the right areas. Read more
It’s pretty exciting when your child starts driving, getting their license and then their first car. It’s also pretty frightening. Letting them loose on the roads probably isn’t something you’re feeling too enthusiastic about. You might not have to be their taxi anymore, but even if they’re a good driver, there are always others on the road to worry about. You probably have concerns about their safety, as well as other issues, like the expense of owning a car. Parenting worries don’t ever really stop, but at least you can ease your mind with some of them. Read more
Driving is very enjoyable and practically useful activity, but it can also be quite dangerous. Until the days when all of driving is automated, there are always going to be crashes, difficulties and accidents that occur as a result of driving tons of functioning metal around. Many people after passing their tests are convinced that they are the safest drivers on the road, and that it’s the responsibility of everyone else around to behave the same way they do. This isn’t to say you shouldn’t be confident in your ability to drive, in fact a confident road driver is much better and safer than someone who is over-cautious. However, in your confidence you might neglect a few vehicle difficulties that can start off small, but over time have a large effect on the negative functioning of your vehicle.
We all like to think we’re great drivers, but is this really the case? Instead of being the safe driver you’ve always assumed you were, what if you’re actually a very reckless one? To help you find out if this is the case, here are some telltale signs you’re a bit of a maniac behind the wheel of your car: Read more
Car crashes can be incredibly traumatic, and we all hope that we will never be involved in one. Nevertheless, it is important to be prepared should the worse happen. By knowing what to do in advance, you will be able to act quickly to ensure the situation does not get any worse. It is also important to know what to do for the legal side of things too. After all, the last thing you want to do is say something that could land you in legal hot water. So, let’s take a look at some of the things you should never do after a car accident…
Saying too much – It can be very easy to let your mouth run away with you after being in a car accident. After all, emotions are running high. You are probably upset, angry, and frightened by what has happened. However, you need to try and keep your emotions in check as much as possible. The last thing you want to do is end up saying something that could implicate you for the accident. You will be surprised by how many people have implicated themselves (even when the accident wasn’t their fault) because they have let their emotions take over and their mouth has run away with them.
Not calling the police – You will probably need to call the police, depending on the nature of the crash. In most cases, you need to call the police if the crash is serious and someone has been badly hurt. You will also need to call the police if the crash is causing a danger to oncoming traffic. Furthermore, you should get in touch with law enforcement if any criminal activity has taken place, i.e. if the other driver has fled the scene or if they have been driving without insurance. If the crash has been minor, the cars are out of the way, and you and the other driver are handling everything well, you will need to report the incident, but you do not need to trouble the emergency services with it, as it is not an urgent matter.
Failing to get the contact details of those involved – If you have been involved in a crash, once you have checked that everyone is okay, it is vital to get the details of everyone involved in the incident. Firstly, you need to get the contact details of the other driver. This includes their name, address, and telephone number, as well as their registration plate, and the make and model of their vehicle. You should also get the contact information of anyone that witnessed the crash. This includes their name, address, and telephone number. This is because witness statements can be very useful if you do decide to proceed with a compensation claim for the accident you have been involved in.
Not taking photographs of the scene – This is another point that relates to making a case for compensation for the car accident you have been involved in. Nowadays, most people have smartphones that have cameras. This makes it easy to quickly take a few photographs no matter where you are. It is, therefore, a good idea to take some photographs of the scene, as there is typically damage to the cars and the surrounding areas after a crash. This will serve as great proof of what has happened. Moreover, if your injuries become visible, i.e. you suffer heavy bruising or you need to have your arm put in a cast, you could also take photographs of this to strengthen your case as well.
Hopefully, you now have a better understanding of what not to do after a car crash, so you can make sure you do not take any actions that make the situation worse or get you in trouble with the law. Even if the car accident was not your fault, it is easy to say something that could implicate you in the heat of the moment without realising it. So, try to keep things as hush-hush as possible, and follow the steps provided, and you can ensure everything goes as ‘well’ as can be expected from such a horrible situation.
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Remember when you were little how your parents seemed like giants to you. Not just in their stature but in how they used to wield the power of adulthood with such cool casualty. While little things like being able to drive a car or use a credit card were so quotidian for them, to you they were acts that verged on being superhuman. We’re hard wired to see our parents as the models of adulthood. We model our expectations of everything an adult says and does upon them, and so too is it with our own kids. It’s strangely endearing when we see our mannerisms of speech and turns of phrase pop up in our kids’ vocabulary and a wonderful moment of affirmation when we see them use the lessons we have taught them in life without prompting. Read more
The purchase of your first car is such an exciting time. The stress of driving lessons and tests is behind you and you are ready to hit the open road. With your own car, you no longer have to rely on your Mom and Dad and you don’t need to ask if you can go out for a spin. Now you are independent and can go wherever you want whenever you want! Read more
You don’t need to be a genius to work out that there are more cars on our roads than ever. Not long ago, families had one vehicle on the drive, two if they were lucky. Now, many homes have more cars than parking spaces. Hence why many of our streets have streams of cars on both sides. Read more