Archive for the ‘Safety’ Category
2022 Kia Telluride Safety Features
Safety is one thing that you should look into when choosing a new vehicle. The 2022 Kia Telluride is one of the best vehicles designed to ensure safety and comfort. To know more about the 2022 Kia Telluride safety features, keep reading below.(more…)
2022 Kia Sportage Safety Features
From effective performance to extremely reliable safety features, the 2022 Kia Sportage has it all! The 2022 Kia Sportage has an excellent safety rating. Check out our blogs to know more about the 2022 Kia Sportage safety features. Keep reading as we list the safety features of the 2022 Kia Sportage.(more…)
How Safe is the 2021 Kia Forte?
You want a safe car, even if you are buying a compact car like the Forte. How safe is the 2021 Kia Forte? It’s very safe and it comes with a load of safety features standard and a ton more that are available on higher trims. Let us help you navigate all the most-notable available and standard safety features on the latest Forte.(more…)
Differences Between Heart Attack, Stroke, Pinched Nerve, and Anxiety Attack and What to Do If You are Driving
This Labor Day weekend, we were driving home after a few days full of fun activities. Soon, we began to feel a twinge of pain in our upper left arm. It went away after a while, but we were anxious about it for a little bit. It was probably just some random twinge that happens to everyone. However, it got us thinking that it would be a good idea to share some basic symptoms of heart attacks, strokes, pinched nerves, and anxiety attacks and what you should do if you are behind the wheel. (more…)
Driving-Related New Year’s Resolutions for 2018
2018 is just a few days away! Have you made your New Year’s resolutions yet? While many of us like to make goals to lose weight and complete certain projects (like that quilt that we bought the fabric for a few years ago), we suggest making some resolutions to help you drive safer and more efficiently: (more…)
What Should Be Included in a Winter Survival Kit for a Kia Car?
Pennsylvania sits right in the heart of a common weather path where cold air blows in from Canada. This means that we see plenty of snow and ice over the course of the winter season. Although we often get excited for snow because of its association with the winter holidays and all of the fun outdoor activities (sledding and snowball fights are our favorites), that snow and ice can make driving a little challenging. Most of us have slid into a ditch at some point and it is definitely an inconvenience. It can take a while for help to arrive, so you could be stuck in your Kia shivering and becoming malnourished – which can become dangerous if you are not prepared. That is why we recommend adding a winter survival kit to the trunk or cargo area of your Kia to help keep yourself safe until help arrives. So what should be included in your winter survival kit? Here are a few suggestions from us: (more…)
School Bus Safety and Laws in Lehighton, PA
School is starting up again soon and while there are some really awesome Kia vehicles that are perfect for back-to-school, we understand that many of our students rely on the school bus as transportation. After not seeing those big yellow buses for a few months, many drivers often forget how to safely share the road. Don’t worry, we have all of the information you need right here! (more…)
Since automotive technology is constantly progressing, most new vehicles are equipped with an array of active safety features that are designed to help prevent and protect against on-road collisions. For instance, Kia offers its Autonomous Emergency Braking system to respond to potential collisions and intervene when necessary. Here’s how the innovative safety technology works in Kia models. (more…)
3 Great ways to keep your teen safe while driving
We worry about our kids and when they become teenagers, well we worry even more. Did you know that car accidents for new teen drivers are 4 times greater than for drivers in their 30’s? Also, the number one cause of teen accidents isn’t drinking or texting, it’s inexperience! With those facts in mind here are 3 great tips to help your teen be a safer driver.