Is your teen getting ready to drive? If so, you understand how much of a scary and exciting time it can be. Preparing your teen to drive to the best of you ability is key for their safety and your ease of mind. Follow this guide and let all the worry turn to excitement and pride!
Teach Them to Drive
Are you prepared to let your child take over the driver’s seat? Studies prove that many parents don’t prepare their child as much as they think they do to get their license. It seems like parents are great at showing the basics, but forget about that hazards that come with driving and how to avoid them. With that being said, the tips below will help ensure your teen is prepared to drive safely even in rough conditions. Read the rest of this entry
Is your high school graduate headed off to college this summer or fall? If so, send them off knowing they are safe and happy with a new vehicle. The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is brand new and is the perfect vehicle for a college student. Just because it is van doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Chrysler has already broken that stigma this year. Still not sure? Read on!
Chances are your college student is like many other millennials and values fuel efficient vehicles. The Pacifica Hybrid has a 3.6-liter V6 engine and nine-speed automatic transmission paired with dual electric motors and a 16 kilowatt-hour battery. This combination allows for a total range of up to 566 miles, fully electric range of 34 miles, and EPA estimated 84 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent).
There is no question that your college student likes to have as much tech as possible in their vehicle. That is why the Chrysler Pacifica is loaded up with the latest tech. The van comes standard with plenty of entertainment technology, but also has plenty of additional options. The Pacifica comes standard with a six-speaker audio system, Bluetooth streaming, and a 5-inch touchscreen with the UConnect 5.0 system. In addition features like a 20-speaker system, UConnect 8.4 with the 8.4-inch touchscreen, HD radio, and SiriusXM radio are available upgrades. Read the rest of this entry
Mother’s Day is coming up, do you have a gift for Mom yet? Sometimes picking out a gift for Mother’s Day can be tricky, but if your mom has a daily commute that she dreads, there are some really great things you can get her and she’ll be able to use them all year.
Steering wheel, seat and sunshade covers are great Mother’s Day gifts since summer is around the corner! These accessories help keep a car cool even in the heat of summer and there are tons of different patterns, styles and materials. No one wants to burn themselves on the steering wheel or seats.
If your mom has a daily commute that is longer than 20 minutes each way, consider purchasing her an audiobook or a monthly subscription to an audiobook app like Audible. There are hundreds of thousands of books ranging from fiction to non-fiction to motivational to humor and listening to a good book does wonders to pass the time sitting in traffic.
Not Your Ordinary Air Freshener
If your mom is adamant about having an nice smelling car, spending some extra money to buy her a long lasting air freshener in a nice fragrance could be a great gift for Mom. If she’s into candles, you could see what types of scented candles she buys to get a better idea of what scent to pick out.
Help Her Organize
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The Stow ‘n Go storage management system in the Chrysler Pacifica can be used for more than just cargo. Check out the ways below to use the Pacifica’s Stow ‘n Go seating and fall even more in love with the van.
Yes, of course the van has plenty of room to pack camping gear, but what about turning the van into a camper? The second- and third-row seats in the Pacifica can easily be folded flat into built-in floor storage compartments and that creates a massive space for at least two people to sleep in the back of the van. Whether you want to pad the floor space with a small air mattress or a few blankets that rear space could be a great alternative to sleeping on the ground in a tent. Read the rest of this entry