It’s your worst nightmare: a broken car key in door preventing you from either opening or properly locking your vehicle.
Driving hazards are usually unexpected, but with a little know how and some simple items, you can fix them problem and get back on the road.
A roadside assistance kit can help you in an emergency. Here’s how to assemble one with all the required items.
Whether in rural Montana or New York City, if you drive in an area subject to freezing winters, it’s best to be prepared. Breaking down, getting stranded and running up against a potential emergency is no time to start thinking about what you wish you had packed. Make sure you have a winter emergency kit…
You have a new driver in the house, a teenager, and you’re immensely proud of his or her achievement. Teen driver gifts are in order this holiday season.
Safety flare usage means including them in your automotive safety kit and utilizing them properly if necessary.
We all end up stuck on the side of the road at some point in our lives. Here are some roadside emergency kit essentials you should always have on hand.