Now that we are back in school mode, test your driver’s knowledge with this quiz based on area driver’s license tests.
This content is sponsored by Jiffy Lube DC We all know about Ocean City, Rehobeth, Lewes, Dewey, Virginia Beach…but as the summer winds down, vacation time dwindles, and we start getting ready for back to…
Wow your friends and amaze your colleagues at the water cooler with these random and kind of cool facts about cars!
There are many iconic cars that have been featured over the decades in movies and television. We dug up some of the more famous. See if you can remember what film or show each car was featured in.
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The winter cold, snow, salt and ice can take a toll on you and your car. Here are some tips for getting your car ready for the spring! (or really for cleaning your car anytime)
As you get ready to embark upon another Valentine’s Day, find out what your true car love is based on your personality and preferences
The icy cold weather brings with it icy cold cars, particularly when they are parked outside. It’s bad enough to leave the warmth of your house or office but to then have to spend freezing minutes getting your car drivable can make winter even worse. Here are some popular car life hacks to help you through the season with ease.
The cold, snowy weather brings with it a host of great road trip destinations within a tank of gas from the D.C. region. Here are some of our favorites.
Our region has some great places to take an autumn road trip to – all within a couple hours or less in the car. Some might be unexplored, some maybe you just haven’t been to in awhile. Either way, here are ten fun ways to fill a weekend.
The back to school grind has started again and that means we’re back to our regular commutes in DC. At second longest in the nation, the average round trip commute here is 64 minutes. Multiply that times five days a week and that’s 320 minutes each week spent in our cars. Here’s a look at some things you can do with a week’s worth of commuting!
Here are some simple every day tips – life hacks – for your car.
It’s that time of the year again when many young adults are heading back to college. Often, it is also the time for their first car. They are still relatively new drivers and are more at risk for accidents, so safety is key. Plus lugging clothes and microwaves back and forth requires some space. And of course, there’s fuel efficiency and price to consider. These 10 vehicles made many “best of” lists of good college cars meeting those criteria.