Cruise Control Proves Problematic in the Rain

Automotive manufacturers have loaded our vehicles with lots of standard features and options to make the time we spend in our vehicles as comfortable and convenient as possible. One of these special options is cruise control, which has become increasingly more standard in late-model vehicles. Cruise control is a great technological feature that can help save fuel costs and make … Read More

Cash Economic Stimulus Checks for Less at Holiday Shell

If you haven’t already received your CARES Act, “Economic Impact Check,” watch your mailbox! The IRS began issuing these stimulus checks April 20th, and as of May 1st, they still had tens of millions of checks to send eligible US citizens. “Unfortunately, the IRS wouldn’t divulge its exact schedule for sending stimulus payments to all eligible Americans via direct deposit, … Read More

DIY Maintenance Tips to Protect Your Car During COVID-19

At a time when gas prices are lower than they’ve been in years, it’s a shame people can’t take full advantage of the savings due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  With stay-at-home orders in place, travel restrictions, and many businesses closed, most people are heeding Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ mandate, and they are not going anywhere. When an automobile is forced … Read More

Reputable Check Cashing Service Helps the Financially-Underserved

The economy has taken a big hit, thanks to the coronavirus. Markets are at their lowest point in more than a decade, and there is a lot of economic uncertainty. People have been laid-off from their jobs, and our lives have become anything but normal. There is legislation in Congress that is expected to provide financial help for Americans and … Read More

Are Your Prepared for Hurricane Season?

Hurricanes are some of the most powerful forces that Mother Nature can muster. With winds in the hundreds of miles per hour, there is no end to the damage and destruction these storms can leave in their wake. Hurricane season runs from June through October, and Florida can expect an average of one or two of these storms to make … Read More

Safety Tips for Sharing the Road With Trucks

Patience and awareness. If there’s one thing you need when you’re driving near trucks, it’s those two virtues. All of the tips here can be summarized as that, so be sure always to remember them after you forget everything else in this post. Patience and awareness are what matter, everything else is secondary. The Dangers of Driving Near Trucks Even … Read More

The Hurricane Season is Here. Are You Prepared?

2018 is shaping up to be one year that will just be filled with hurricanes. It has been predicted we’ll get at least 14 named storms and seven hurricanes, numbers that are above the average. While there is still not enough information to say which particular location might get hit (if any), this does raise the chances considerably. Sadly, Florida … Read More

Tips to Keep Your Children Safe While Driving

Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe While Driving

There are mistakes you make in life, and you forget them and move on as soon as possible. But there are some errors you will commit and you will find it very difficult to forgive yourself. One such mistake is causing harm to your child because of your own negligence or carelessness. Whenever you wake up and realize that you … Read More

How A Good Engine Goes Bad (And What You Can Do To Prevent It)

How A Good Engine Goes Bad (And What You Can Do To Prevent It)

Your engine is like the heart of your car. It keeps things running just fine as long as it’s ticking along to a steady beat. But did you ever stop and think about everything that’s really going on under the hood? Engines aren’t simple machines. Over years and years of use, they are subject to wear, corrosion, and gunk—all of … Read More

Essential Items For Every Driver to Keep In Their Vehicle

We take for granted how much time we spend in our cars. The average American covers about 1,000 miles of ground each and every month. That’s 12,000 miles a year—more than enough distance for something to go wrong. “Better safe than sorry” the saying goes. If you find yourself on the side of the road with a dead battery, stranded … Read More