Five Scenarios You’ll Need Roadside Assistance For This Winter

The number of drivers is increasing in the United States nearly every year. While these trends expect to continue, we have to realize the importance of staying safe and protected while driving on the road and during long stretches. While having the right auto insurance plan is important, it is also so important to have a good roadside assistance insurance plan, especially as the winter nears. Here’s five reasons why you might need one: 1. Your car dies. This is a common problem Read More …

Car Batteries More Likely To Die In Cold Weather

As the winter months approach along with the cold, everyday drivers need to be aware of certain ways the cold temperatures will affect your vehicle and its performance. This past weekend, cold temperatures were seen all over. More specifically, Ohio was hit with 13 degree weather on Saturday, causing many to bundle up, as well as to check their car battery. One particular auto shop owner from Ohio said he had over 100 battery sales from the past week, but it isn’t something Read More …

Preparing Your Car For Winter

As winter quickly approaches, those living is snow prone and winter heavy areas such as Chicago know that it can strike at any minute, and while we know it is coming, it still takes us by a chilling surprise. Mentally preparing for winter and the holiday season is important, but preparing your car for the cold, snow and sleet should be remembered as well. There are many quick and easy tips that can go a long way when winter hits and there’s snow Read More …

Cars Losing Spare Tire For Weight Reduction

New research has come out that nearly one in every three cars do not have a spare tire anymore. This news coming to light causes concern for both drivers and insurance companies alike. Automakers are now taking more and more steps to create lighter and more efficient vehicles. And by taking out the spare tire, along with the car jack, stand and lug wrench, they are saving a lot of weight. It is not all due to the automakers, they can’t be hit Read More …