Indulge Your Wanderlust Now by Planning for Future Travel

Jun 13 2020

As travel restrictions begin to slowly lift, millions of Americans are looking to travel again. Put that energy to good use by planning for your future trip.Preparing for and anticipating your next vacation can be almost as enjoyable as the vacation itself. Whether it’s with friends, a partner or the…

5 reasons to accelerate your car maintenance

Jun 9 2020

Car maintenance is often a scheduled chore when you’re regularly driving. However, if you’re driving less due to the current environment, maintenance can easily become a lesser priority or even completely forgotten. Hankook Tire’s latest Gauge Index found that as daily driving decreased as a result of…

5 tips: Now's a prime time for a car seat safety review

Jun 9 2020

Although many families aren’t driving as much these days, it’s always important to make sure you are keeping your kids as safe as possible in the car.Now that we’re spending more time at home, this is a good time for parents and caregivers to brush up on expert advice for choosing, installing and properly…

5 simple ways to protect the ocean

May 25 2020

It’s sometimes easy to get caught up in how vast the ocean is, but we need to be reminded of its importance and vulnerability. The ocean contains up to 80% of life on Earth, and provides an important source of fish protein to more than 3 billion people on our planet. To celebrate National Oceans Month,…

Daydreaming of travel? 5 ways to save money now on future trips

May 25 2020

As the world seeks a “new normal” following the advent of COVID-19, many Americans are looking forward to taking trips again — albeit safer, carefully chosen vacations.A mid-May survey by research firm Destination Analysts found nearly seven in 10 Americans greatly miss vacationing, while more than half…

Connecting in kindness during troubling times

May 25 2020

The theory that the world is interconnected to such a degree that the fluttering of a butterfly’s wing in Africa could cause a tornado in Arizona has been debated for over a century. One man wanted to try a similar experiment, but in kindness. Could one random act of kindness have the necessary ripple…