Driving in the midwest is typically a pretty easy thing to do. You can get from point A to point B without having to put too much thought into how you are going to get there and how long it may take you. This can be said for three seasons of the year, once winter arrives, most things about your commute need to be taken into consideration. Are the roads plowed and safe? Do I need to leave early in anticipation of delays? Will I need to get new or winter tires?
Once you’ve found the car you want to purchase, it’s time to do some paperwork before leaving the dealership with your new car. While doing paperwork, you’ll be required to make decisions about your car and there are some extra options you can choose to purchase, including an extended warranty.
Owning a vehicle may cost more than you think. Whether you’re making monthly payments or you own your car, do you know what you’re actually paying to drive? Many people forget that what you’re paying goes well beyond the sticker price. We’ll break down individual expenses so you can find out exactly what you’re paying to drive your car.
Whether it's the summer months, hunting season, or the holidays, Minnesotans are always on the move. Be it a road trip to see friends and relatives “up north,” or a quiet retreat to the lake cabin, remember that deer are still on the move too. While deer typically pose the largest threat to motorists in the autumn months, Minnesota’s large deer population makes them a roadway hazard year-round.
The most important safety tip from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety is don’t veer for deer.