Sadly, I'm sure we can all relate to that dreaded pounding feeling after hitting that one pothole we always try to avoid in our neighborhood. Potholes are car killers. According to Firestone Auto Care, hitting a pothole can cause expensive damage to your tires, wheel rims and suspension; cause premature wear on shocks and struts, interfere with your vehicle's steering system… the list goes on and on. While we can't prevent potholes, we can learn how to finesse our way down the road and adopt smarter driving practices to help avoid these awful holes on the road. Here's six tips to help keep the dents out of your wallet and the bottom of your vehicle.
While there are no fool-proof ways to avoid potholes, being aware of your surroundings will help prevent the worst of damages to your car. Take a deep breath and stay safe!Tweet
We put together some helpful tips that will make you feel more prepared before you ride, and while you're out on the open road!
This year I traveled to Sturgis, South Dakota to experience my first motorcycle rally. I was excited to attend, but also nervous. I'm new to the world of motorcycles, and I had no idea what to expect.
If you are craving a new adventure, look no further! This list of routes highlights some lesser-known areas that are definitely worth a ride.