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Do you carry salt or kitty litter in your trunk?

January 25th, 2016 by

As far as snow goes, it’s been a pretty mild winter here in the Midwest … but it’s still always a good idea to be prepared. (For the record: winter weather can strike fairly quickly, so it’s best to take preventive measures.) A few bags of salt or kitty litter can come in handy. Here’s…

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6 Tips for Driving in Frigid Temps

January 18th, 2016 by

We’re definitely in the midst of a cold snap, which means it’s important that we all take special precautions when we get behind the wheel of a vehicle. 1. Fill ‘er up When cold weather strikes, it’s best to keep your gas tank at least half full. This decreases the likelihood that your gas lines…

Need a ride home tomorrow night? Take advantage of Fort Wayne’s free Holiday Cab service

December 30th, 2015 by

Hello, 2016! As you ring in the new year, we encourage everyone to be safe! Your best bet, of course, is to make sure you have a designated driver in your group. If you don’t, however, you do have another option. Fort Wayne’s Holiday Cab service offers free rides within a 10-mile radius of downtown. (If…

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Be prepared for car trouble BEFORE it strikes

December 27th, 2015 by

No one ever PLANS to have car trouble. Unfortunately, emergencies do happen … and they usually happen at the most inopportune times. (Why is that?) Plan ahead by creating a Roadside Emergency Kit. Just having the kit tucked inside your car is sure to give you added peace of mind. Jumper cables – A dead…

Headed off on a Christmas vacation? Plan ahead to ensure a stress-free trip!

December 21st, 2015 by

Planning a Christmas vacation with the whole family? Even with the anticipation of an exciting vacation ahead of you, long car rides can make ANYONE feel like Scrooge. Fortunately, you are in luck! We’ve put together a few handy tips to make sure your holiday road trip goes as smoothly as possible: Give your car…

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Heads up! Texting is not the only form of distracted driving

December 9th, 2015 by

Eyes on the road? Check. Hands on the wheel? Check. Think you’re safe? Maybe not. If you’re mulling over a problem that arose at work, a discipline issue that needs to be addressed with your teenager, or a relative who is facing a complicated medical situation, you could be putting yourself — and other drivers — at…

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Traveling this Thanksgiving? You’re one in 46.9 million

November 23rd, 2015 by

If you’re planning to travel over the long holiday weekend, you’re in good company. According to AAA, we will see 300,000 more travelers than last year, making this the largest Thanksgiving travel season since 2007. In total, 46.9 million Americans are expected to travel 50-plus miles between Nov. 25 and Nov. 29. So what do…

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FACT: Most car-deer crashes occur between October and December

November 9th, 2015 by

  Car-deer crashes are fairly common in Indiana, especially in the fall. In fact, nearly half of all deer-related traffic accidents happen between October and December when deer mating and hunting seasons are in full swing. In some cases, drivers simply don’t have time to avoid a deer that has darted in front of them….

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It’s time to start thinking about winterizing your car

November 4th, 2015 by

Winter driving can be treacherous, so you’ll certainly want to make sure your car is ready for the seasonal onslaught of snow and ice. Here are some helpful tips to make sure you’re prepared for whatever Mother Nature has in store: Replace your windshield wipers. Typically, wiper blades need to be replaced about once a…

Be careful … driving on Halloween can be dangerous!

October 30th, 2015 by

As we head into Halloween weekend, there are sure to be plenty of witches, zombies and ghosts on the prowl, which means we ALL need to be extra careful when we get behind the wheel of a car. In Fort Wayne, expect to see an influx of kids Saturday between the hours of 6 and…

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