- Distracted driving is already a national epidemicThe sad truth is that in the instant gratification smartphone era, distracted driving accidents are rising year after year. With all of the distractions and devices your teen will face behind the wheel, you should do everything you can to limit the number of things they need to focus on while driving. That’s why more parents are opting for automatic transmissions.
- Automatic vehicles are easier to driveLearning to drive in a stick shift vehicle can be a challenge, which can be good for some people. After all, a little challenge adds some character. However, when it comes to learning how to drive, you don’t want to create any more stress than there already is. Your teen needs to learn the rules of the road, the meanings behind dozens of road signs, and how to operate a vehicle all at the same time. Just think of your easily-distracted teen having to deal with uphill stoplights and the constant stop-and-starts a stick shift gives you. Odds are, those aren’t pleasant thoughts.
- Automatic vehicles come with more technological innovationSure, stick shift vehicles are older and come with a wave of nostalgia. However, they also come with less innovative technology. That may seem good at first because there’s less to distract the driver with. But innovative technology includes the technology that helps your teen parallel park, helps them avoid hitting foreign objects in the road, and helps them keep from hitting other drivers when they start to merge.
- Automatic vehicles give you more optionsOdds are when your teen heads off to college, they’ll also be purchasing their first car. Knowing how to drive an automatic vehicle means they’ll have more options available to them at any Ford dealership around. Sure, the Ford trucks from decades ago were beautiful, and they’re still very functional. And by 2021, over 20 million vehicles on the road will be over 25 years old. But giving your teen the freedom to choose their own vehicle at a Ford dealership is a better bet in the long run.
Archive for October, 2017
Teaching your teen how to drive can be a nerve-racking experience. However, if the driving test is fast approaching, then your kid isn’t a little kid anymore. It’s time to make sure they’re safe on the road. One of the best ways to do that is to teach them how to drive an automatic transmission. For classic car lovers, it may seem like blasphemy to choose an automatic over a standard, but for better or for worse, automatic cars are the standard nowadays. In 2017, even if you’re purchasing older used trucks or used cars from the local Ford dealership, they will most likely come with automatic transmissions. If you’re gearing up to teach your son or daughter how to drive, here’s why you should be teaching your teen how to drive on an automatic vehicle:
Have you been driving around for months with that same windshield crack? Car windshield cracks are actually very common. Yet, many people tend to ignore them when they are very small. They may spread quickly, eventually taking over the entire windshield. They also might stay a tiny crack for many months, or years. Because you can never predict the growth of a windshield crack, many drivers do not know when they should have it repaired.
The different types of windshield cracks
There are mainly, two different types of windshield cracks. There are long cracks, which are the ones that spread from the initial crac
We have all been there. One minute we are driving down the road enjoying the views and the next, we hear a thud and watch as a tiny pebble bounces off of the windshield. We immediately notice a tiny crack in the windshield. The first thing to run through your mind is likely, how much is this going to cost? You assume that it will be expensive and then you wonder when to get your windshield repaired. How long can you put it off until it becomes too large of a problem?
Smaller repairs are more affordable
One thing that many people do not realize is that it is best not to wait for your auto glass repair service. Waiting too long can cause the tiny crack to spread. Once the cra
People who’ve bought cars in the past and people who are considering their very first purchase can both benefit from the basics. Buying cars nowadays is much different than buying cars ten years ago, with technology and improved car models providing a new landscape to navigate for nearly everyone. Should you try a used car this time around or shell out a little extra for a brand new model? What are the benefits of a Ford dealership? A few minutes worth of reading will refresh you on car buying know-how and have you feeling good about where your money’s going.
Used Cars Are Affordable, Reliable And Common
There’s a lot to like about a used car. You can find plenty of different models to suit your tastes while managing your budget to the dollar. Between both private-party transact