How to Safely Pack a Pickup Truck

In honor of Truck Month, I figured I should write a post about … TRUCKS! And how helpful — and awesome — they are. I don’t drive a truck (my dad does), but having this type of vehicle around has been quite useful in the past. There are plenty of benefits to owning a truck […]

Driving With the Top Down

Growing up, I always wanted a convertible. When I was a kid, I dreamt of driving a pink Barbie Mustang. Then, as a teen, I still hoped to own a Mustang, although I decided to lean toward a different color. Before I turned 16, my parents bought me the Mustang I always fantasized about, except […]

AAA Predicts More Travelers to Hit the Road this Labor Day

High gas prices and a sluggish economy won’t force Americans to stay home this Labor Day. According to a survey released Tuesday by the AAA, 33 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles over the holiday weekend, increasing 2.9 percent since last year. AAA is forecasting that 33 million people will hit […]

Study Finds Road Rage Common During Commute to Work

According to a new survey published by Career Builder.com, nearly half of all commuters experience a stressful drive to and from work, especially during rush hours. In May and June, the online job site surveyed more than 3,500 people who drive to work. The study found that almost 58 percent motorists experienced road rage or […]