Transportation Trends: Scooters and Their Impact

Large cities are looking at numerous ways to improve their traffic issues. One of the latest trends that can be found in Phoenix and other significant metro areas across the United States is the incorporation of electric scooters. Companies like JUMP, Lime, and Bird Rides are using electric scooters to create micro-mobility opportunities when short-term…

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Car Care Tips: Fluids You Should Check Regularly

One of the most important and often overlooked car care necessities are your fluids. There are three main fluids that you should really try to keep an eye on yourself, if you feel comfortable checking, or that you should have your mechanic check regularly.   These fluids help your vehicle function well, and can prevent major…

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How to Drive a Supercar in Arizona

In the right environment, driving really fast can be pretty fun – but it’s probably not something you do that often for safety and legal reasons. Have you ever thought about what it would be like to drive either a race car or a specific “supercar” around a track? The good news for people in…

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Congress Considering Adding Rear Seat Warnings

During the average year in the United States, 38 children die from a heat-related death because they are trapped inside of a hot vehicle. Although there is the occasional story of a child accidentally locking themselves in a car, this outcome is usually due to a parent, guardian, or caregiver forgetting that there are passengers…

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Do-It-Yourself Car Wash Tricks

We all love the feeling of having a car that looks sparkling clean. Washing your car at home helps you save money, and can be very rewarding. There are car wash tools that can be used to achieve excellent results; with these tools, you can start and finish washing your car in no time.

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Arizona has Finally Banned Texting and Driving

Arizona has finally joined 47 other states in making it illegal to text and drive. With the passing of this law, signed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on April 22, 2019, Missouri and Montana are the only states left where it is still allowed. This law not only prohibits texting, but also talking on the…

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