4Motion AWD and Traction Control on the 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan
Getting stuck sucks. It always happens when you least expect it or have somewhere to be. Whether you’re driving through muddy terrain to get to your destination or you’re in the ditch because you had to swerve to avoid an accident, you still want to be able to get to where you need to be.
So, is the 2019 VW Tiguan good off-road? Read the rest of this entry »
Best Places to Eat Seafood in Milwaukee, WI
We’ve all been in that situation where we’d do seemingly anything for the taste of great seafood. Perhaps you’re in that situation right now, and that’s what’s brought you to this page. If so, never fear- we’re here to help you out! Read on for our selections of the best seafood restaurants in Milwaukee, WI. Read the rest of this entry »
FAQs about Alloy Wheels
Alloy wheels are the most common type of wheel out on the road today. But for those who like to customize their rollers, many questions have come up. Let’s take a look at whether or not alloy wheels can be painted, polished, and chromed. Read the rest of this entry »
How well does the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta handle winter?
Here in Milwaukee, the winter months can get pretty rough. Last winter we got about 56 inches of snowfall. The average high temperature for January 2019 was in the high 10s, and that’s without windchill. If you park your car outside or even just stay for a few hours at a friend or family member’s place, then you know the mad dash outside to quick start your car (that invariably fills your shoes with snow), turn on the defroster, and crank up the heat, followed by either running back inside so your car can warm up enough to scrape the snow and ice off of it or waiting in your frigid car, hoping your excessive shivering somehow vibrates the car into warming up faster. If snow is falling, then you have ample time to contemplate the upcoming trip, hoping the roads are fit for driving.
How does the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta winter conditions? Let’s take a look. Read the rest of this entry »
Scared of a Boring Halloween?
Halloween is a great holiday, with a multitude of ways to celebrate it. But sometimes it’s hard to know where to start looking. Don’t worry, we’ve found a bunch of neat things around the Milwaukee area to keep you from (un)dying of boredom.
Here are some of the best Halloween 2019 activities near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Read the rest of this entry »
Annual fall events in Milwaukee, WI
As the fleeting Wisconsin summer leaves as quickly as it came, autumn begins to roll in. This season is a favorite of many and can be a blast when you do it right. So what’s the best way to relish the crisp autumnal vibes in Milwaukee, WI? Read the rest of this entry »
Having proper emissions is important for the preservation of the environment and the human species. Some states require vehicles registered by their citizens to pass certain emissions tests and adhere to specific standards. Do Wisconsin residents have to get an emissions/smog test performed? Read the rest of this entry »
Some states require period safety inspections on vehicles to keep their roads safe. After all, a defective vehicle can bring trouble and terror to the vicinity of even the most cautious driver. Does Wisconsin require its vehicles to undergo periodic safety tests? Read the rest of this entry »
Increased Title Fees in Wisconsin
When a new vehicle comes into your possession, however that may have occurred, you’re going to have to title it. Unfortunately, like many things in life, registering for a title is not free. How much does a vehicle title cost in Wisconsin? Read the rest of this entry »
Car Dealership with Courtesy Shuttle for Repairs near Milwaukee, WI
When you have to get your car repaired or serviced, it can be pretty inconvenient to arrange a ride home while it’s in the shop. That’s why most customers prefer to find a dealership that offers a free shuttle to and fro, eliminating this annoying hassle. Where can a dealership offering a courtesy shuttle during maintenance work be found in the Milwaukee, WI area? Read the rest of this entry »