Summer is officially here and that means summer vacation! Kids are out of school and everyone is ready to explore and have new adventures. Once you’ve chosen your destination you may wonder, do you fly or drive? We’ve looked at the advantages and disadvantages to help you decide.
Have you ever wondered if buying a new vehicle would be more environmentally friendly than driving your older model? Every year there are new cars released with better miles per gallon and more hybrid or electric system features. But, there may be a downside to this new technology. We’ve found that new may not necessarily be better, and here’s why.
For most of us, cars play a vital role in our daily lives. But, how much of what you think you know about cars is a myth? Have you been told that using your cell phone at the gas pump could cause an explosion? Or that buying a red car will spike your insurance premium? We’ve done some digging to debunk six common car myths.
If you’re like us, you are always looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint and making decisions about the cars we drive is no different. We’ve noticed more eco-friendly cars on the road than ever before; car companies and drivers are taking action to make commuting more efficient. But, how do we lessen our impact even more?
If you’re like us, you look forward to ski season, but the drive to the mountains can be pretty sketchy when a storm comes in. That’s where a chemical called Magnesium Chloride is applied to the road to minimize icy conditions. But, what are the effects of Magnesium Chloride on our environment and our cars?
Summer is ending and for many, school is right around the corner. With more people on the road and moving to Denver year-after-year, traffic is becoming an unfortunate common occurrence. If you’re someone who has to tackle that morning and evening rush hour, we’ve made a list to help you enjoy your commute around town.