Your teen is learning the ins and outs of driving at driver’s ed, but you might be surprised how little most driving instructors teach about car maintenance. Since car maintenance is an important part of safe driving, we thought we’d put together a list of the top car repair and maintenance “how-to's” your teen needs to know before heading out on the road.
We’re often asked how we evaluate trade-in vehicles. The answer is pretty simple.
We use a combination of Kelley Bluebook (KBB) good condition in conjunction with average trade prices compiled from across the country. Of course, prior, accidents, current damage and other factors come into play, but the majority of the time KBB is a pretty close match.
Most parents are a little nervous about sending their teens out on the road. The only thing that helps is knowing your teen is as prepared as possible for any situation that may come their way. That means great driver’s education, basic knowledge of car repair/maintenance/safety, and a car full of essential safety items.
For your convenience, we put together a checklist of the top must-haves for every safe vehicle - use it to make sure your teen is fully prepared.
The weather’s getting nice, the sun is out, and if you’re like us, you might be thinking about taking your Poquet vehicle out on a road trip! The only problem is – spring is busy! The kids are still in school, outdoor activities are ramping up, and everyone seems to be coming out of hibernation. We’ve got the perfect solution for you – weekend road trips that will be fun for you and the whole family.
Here are our favorite springtime road trips from Minneapolis / St. Paul: