How to Jump Start a Car and Take Care of Your Battery

How to Jump Start a Car and Take Care of Your Battery

Roadside assistance is like insurance — you pay for it, it’s sometimes necessary for safe driving, but you really hope you’ll never need to use it. From flat tires to keys locked inside cars to dead batteries, most roadside assistance calls are entirely avoidable....
Do Fog Lights Matter?

Do Fog Lights Matter?

It’s a cold, winter evening and you’ve just gotten out of work. Not only is it dark out, but it’s foggy too—and, although you’re an experienced driver, the last thing you want is to struggle with visibility on your way home. Luckily, that’s where your fog lights come...
6 Tips for Your Next Road Trip

6 Tips for Your Next Road Trip

Ah, the good old American road trip: It’s when you stuff your luggage in the trunk and everyone else into the backseat of your car — as you all embark on a several-day adventure across state borders. In the 1950s, it became commonplace for families to own an...
How to Pass a Written Driving Test at the DMV

How to Pass a Written Driving Test at the DMV

Research shows that more than four in 10 people fail their driver’s test at the DMV. Specifically, out of 500 drivers, around 44% can’t make it past the written portion of the test. As you prepare to take your exam, these statistics might daunt you. The...
COVID-19: Changes to the Georgia Driving Test

COVID-19: Changes to the Georgia Driving Test

COVID-19: Changes to the Georgia Driving Test As of June 5, Georgia has more than 50,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The sweeping epidemic has affected most businesses and plenty of public sector offices, too. The Department of Driver Services (DDS) hasn’t been...