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BASIC VEHICLE MAINTENANCE TIPS THAT EVERY DRIVER SHOULD KNOW

Learning how to drive comes with a lot of responsibility. In addition to learning about the rules of the road as you prepare to take a DMV practice test, it is also important to learn about basic vehicle maintenance. Keeping up with the maintenance of your vehicle can possibly save you the time and expense of major repairs as well as keep you safe while driving. Here are four basic vehicle maintenance tips you should keep in mind.

CHOPPER, LOW RIDER, TRADITIONAL BIKE: WHICH STYLE IS BEST FOR YOU?

Motorcycles come in as many varieties as the people who own and ride them. Knowing which type is best for you depends on several factors, including riding experience, the type of riding to be done and the size of the rider. Motorcycles have evolved into highly specialized vehicles over the decades and can suit many needs and riding styles.

PASSING ON BAD HABITS TO YOUR TEENS (PART TWO)

You may have already studied up on the first part of this blog, but there are additional habits of mass destruction parents are handing down to the impressionable student drivers in their households. Before we get started, make sure you’re not reading this on your smartphone in the car with your teen. Setting a good example now will save you countless headaches and worry down the road.

PASSING ON BAD DRIVING HABITS TO YOUR TEENS (PART ONE)

Whether parents like to admit it or not, they are teaching their kids bad driving habits. By the time teens get behind the wheel they will have spent hundreds of hours in the car with a parent. During that time they will have picked up countless driving habits without even realizing it. While we like to think our teens have only been exposed to the safest, most responsible driving role models, this is rarely the case in reality.

TEN TIPS TO HELP YOU PASS THE ROAD TEST

Taking your on-road DMV driving test can be a stressful affair. Even though you can always retake the test, having to pay the not insubstantial fee again is not a very comforting prospect. So if you want to make sure you pass your on-road test the first time around, here are some tips to keep in mind.

TIPS FOR A HAPPY CAR: DO-IT-YOURSELF MAINTENANCE

So you've passed your driving test and are the proud owner of a brand-spankin’-new driver's license. Congrats! Perhaps you’ve managed to get yourself a car of your own, or maybe your Dad has reluctantly handed over the keys to his precious ride, hoping that you will keep it in the pristine condition he does. You both know that probably won't happen.

FIVE TIPS FOR BUYING CAR INSURANCE FOR TEENS

Many insurance policies that include teen drivers can be quite costly. This is because teen drivers are considered to be a high risk for accidents. Drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 four times are more likely to be involved in collisions and car crashes than drivers of older age groups. But all hope is not lost for your wallets, below are five tips that can help you save money on car insurance for your teen and even improve their driving skills as well.