Even though we are approaching March, there's still plenty of time left for another snow storm, or two, to roll through the Twin Cities. It's never too late to be prepared for unpredictable road conditions, that's why tires that help you get through the winter season safely should always be considered.
A lot of people love their cars. Whether it's the handling, gas mileage, or the color, there are always certain aspects of the car that people cling to as a reason why their car means so much to them. Many of us drive our cars daily and have learned which of these features help get us through our commute, whether it's heated seats on a cold winter day or a nice sound system to listen to your favorite music.
Were you impressed when heated seats entered the auto market?
Were you in awe of the bluetooth technology’s hands-free capabilities?
Car features, such as these, have helped the auto industry evolve over the years, pushing some features, like power windows and locks, to become standard options on today’s vehicles.
But, which car features do we actually use the most?
Well, we asked our followers what their 3 most commonly used car features were. See what they had to say!
Where rubber meets the road.
Tires are what separates you and your vehicle from the cold, hard, and dangerous surface of Minnesota’s roadways.
So, how do you spot abnormal tire wear before you’re stranded somewhere? With a trained eye, you can tell if something is wrong simply by looking at the wear patterns on your tires.
No matter the season in Minnesota, understanding your car’s tire wear patterns will help keep you on the roads.
Minnesota weather can bring anything from -50° wind chills in the bitter cold winter to 100° summer days. With an ever-changing weather system in the Twin Cities, there’s a lot to be thankful for insides our vehicles. To show our gratitude to the automotive industry, we thought we’d highlight some truly amazing vehicle tech options and innovations that we oftentimes take for granted. Below are the top 5 features we’re grateful for, no matter the season.