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
June 1st marked the beginning of the 2020 hurricane season, and we’ve already had three named hurricanes! That seems in line with what the forecasters from Colorado State University predicted, as they proclaimed this would be another above-normal, active storm season. “We anticipate that the 2020 Atlantic basin hurricane season will have above-normal activity,” the forecast said. In addition, there … Read More
If you’re a frequent traveler, you may have noticed how those hotel bills can really add up. A stay here and a stay there might not seem like a big deal. But lodging isn’t cheap, so if you can find a way to cut costs without cutting corners, the savings will add up big over time. Here are some of … Read More
Safety while on a motorcycle is one of those things you simply cannot afford to compromise on. It doesn’t matter whether you are a veteran or a rookie who wishes the beasts had training wheels. Here are a few tips that should come in handy if you are a biker in Florida. They will help not only keep you safe … Read More
A study by AARP Travel shows that 7 in 10 people over the age of 45 prefer road trips to other forms of transport. Another one of their surveys shows that an impressive 87% of over-45-year-olds traveling for fun opted for road trip arrangements.It is therefore pretty clear that you are never too old to go on one of these adventures. All you need to do is take a few special precautions, and you should have just as good a time as you did back in the good old day (you know, when all your joints worked properly).
While everyone living in the digital age needs to practice information security, one of the times our information is most vulnerable is when we travel. Holiday Shell’s commitment to helping you stay safe on the road extends even to your financial health. That’s why we put together this straightforward guide on how to protect yourself from identity theft while traveling.
Even though gas prices are about 30 cents lower than they were this time last year, everyone could still do to save some money at the pump. Who doesn’t like more cash on hand, after all?
While one way to save money is to practice our driving tips to get better mileage, did you know that you could save an extra $325 every year just by filling your gas tank on Mondays, according to a study by GasBuddy?
We have written previously about the effectiveness of driver cell phone laws in keeping motorists safe. While that post covered the legalities and dangers of talking on the phone, one thing we didn’t dig in to was windshield obstruction. If you drive in the 21st century, you’ve probably used some form of GPS navigation. In fact, most people rely on … Read More
You’ve probably seen those signs on the highway: “Keep right except for passing”, or something along those lines. Most of us probably know that the left lane is the fast lane, of course, but have you ever wondered exactly what the law is, why it exists, and whether or not it’s actually enforced? It can become a pretty big squabble … Read More
With the ghosts and ghouls of Halloween packed neatly away in the garage and the Christmas lights eeking their way slowly onto houses around the country, it can only mean one thing: holiday travel season is approaching. And holiday travel means danger. Fall and winter bring rain and (if you’re traveling north) it’s big brother, snow. The season is also … Read More
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