Archive for March, 2020

What are some weird Virginia driving laws?

Monday, March 30th, 2020
gavel atop old law books

Strange Virginia and West Virginia Driving Laws

Some laws are just bizarre. Often, those weird laws apply to driving. Take a look.

Here are some weird Virginia driving laws.


Is “rolling coal” illegal in Virginia?

Friday, March 27th, 2020
Truck expelling diesel exhuast

Rolling Coal Legality and Effects

If you’ve had a diesel truck, at some point in your life you’ve (either intentionally or unintentionally) rolled coal. On one hand, it’s satisfying to see the product of hundred of years of human ingenuity billowing out a vehicle at the touch of a pedal. On the other hand, breathing in a cloud of diesel exhaust isn’t the most pleasant experience. With arguments both for and against the practice, it can be unclear if it’s actually legal to do so.

So, is rolling coal illegal in Virginia?


Where does the Jeep Wrangler originally come from?

Friday, March 20th, 2020
2020 Wrangler parked on riverside

Where the Jeep Wrangler Got its Start

Apple pie. James Dean. Bald eagles. The blues. Bruce Springsteen. Barbeque. Hunting season. Sweet tea. Jeep Wrangler. What do all these things have in common? They’re all American icons. Just mentioning them conjures up images of nostalgia and pastoral tableaus. “The Good Years” some would call them.

Today, we’ll look at how one of these of icons came by its status.

Where does the Jeep Wrangler originally come from?


What’s the difference between certified pre-owned and used vehicles?

Friday, March 13th, 2020
Used Cars sign

Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles: What You Should Know

If you’re here, you’ve most likely stumbled across the term “certified pre-owned” vehicle. Is it just jargon from manufacturers and dealerships? Is it an attempt to make “used vehicle” sounds more professional? Or are there some actual differences between the two?

Today, we’ll see what the difference between certified pre-owned and used vehicles is.


How to clean car of coronavirus?

Friday, March 6th, 2020
person cleaning a steering wheel

Removing the COVID-19 Virus from Your Daily Commuter

With coronavirus concerns on the rise, it’s natural to want to protect yourself and your family. While cleaning your home may be a no-brainer, cleaning your car might not be as obvious. Considering that many people spend more than an hour in their car every day, cleaning your vehicle is definitely a good idea.

How to clean my car of coronavirus?

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