Archive for November 24, 2017

Upgrade Your Car For An Early Christmas Present To Yourself

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Christmas is the perfect time to indulge the people you love. Of course, you can also get a present for your vehicle. Upgrade your car this holiday season with one of these suggestions.

Garmin Heads-Up Display

If your vehicle doesn’t already come with a heads-up display, Garmin offers this add-on for drivers who want a little more tech in their lives, which projects information directly onto your windshield for quick, easy access.

DVD Entertainment System

Keep the little ones entertained on the go by installing a DVD entertainment system for rear-seat passengers. Don’t worry about keeping them occupied on road trips; you’ll never hear the phrase “are we there yet?” ever again.

Bluetooth Phone System

Again, many cars now come with Bluetooth streaming systems, but you can also install your own hands-free phone functionality with devices like the SuperTooth HD.

Kensington Proximo

A great gift for anyone who tends to lose their keys, this device runs on Bluetooth functionality. The GPS feature will help you locate your car keys whenever you misplace them.

Sunroof

The ultimate indulgence, a sunroof will come in handy when summer comes around again and you can enjoy sunlight and a warm breeze while cruising along new paths.

With all sorts of convenient tech and useful add-ons, choosing to upgrade your car for Christmas is a great opportunity to make your life on wheels a little more fun.

 

Stop into Randall Mitsubishi today to see what other great gift ideas we have for your vehicle– or get someone you love a four-wheeled present 🙂

Kick off New Year’s with Safe Driving Resolutions

safe driving resolutions Safe driving resolutions are a good alternative to the usual personal health goals most people set on New Year’s. Here are some ideas to get you started.

Maintain your vehicle

Performing routine maintenance goes a long way in keeping you safe on the road. Keep up to date with replacing all fluids and your tires, and keep your car’s engine in top shape.

Don’t use your phone

Glancing away from the road for even a few seconds can cause an accident. Avoid this by not texting or making phone calls while you’re driving.

Learn defensive driving

Defensive driving is the art of navigating the road in a way that anticipates the behaviors and habits of other drivers to deter the risk of collisions before they happen. Seek out a class or workshop in your area.

Drive the speed limit

Everybody speeds at some point. However, a lot of accidents could be avoided if drivers slowed down a bit. Resolve to drive the speed limit more often in the coming year.

Buckle your seat belt

A startling number of people wear their seat belts incorrectly, if they wear them at all. Make sure that you and your passengers are buckled in before embarking on any driving adventure.

If you want to initiate some unique New Year’s resolutions, these driving habit resolutions will help keep you and your passengers safe while minimizing the likelihood of collisions with other drivers.