As my elders begin to age, they seem to have more discomfort when it comes to driving. I’ve always noticed a hesitation from my grandparents about going to the store because they “have to get into the car” (their words) to go anywhere. Driving shouldn’t be such a hassle.
Once Fall takes root, many vintage and classic car owners prefer to hibernate their pride and joy to steer clear of the worst of the cold winter weather. However, it’s good to keep in mind that cars are designed for regular use and leaving them dormant for too long may do more harm than good.
A nice 1960 Karmann Ghia. Photo Credit: dave_7.
Therefore, before you park your favorite old car for the winter, you need to take the right precautions. Otherwise, you may find that the car you drive in the spring has rust, mold, flat spots on tires, a battery that needs to be replaced, etc.
Here, classic car enthusiast Ian Cushway from VWHeritage offers some expert advice for keeping your car in tip top condition: Read more
It’s probably due to my height and the position of the seat in relation to the seat belt buckle in my car, but I’ve noticed a high level of discomfort from my seat belt when I’m driving — this has led me to keep an eye out for products that might help, and I’ve found one worth mentioning…
Tailgating, speeding, road rage, and other reckless behaviors are very dangerous on the road — and most people know about these dangers. Careless driving can cause many innocent people to experience serious injuries and even death, so why do people engage in these behaviors?