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Top 10 Local Drive Thru Restaurants

Top 10 Local Drive Thru Restaurants

From school drop off and pick up, to shuttling the kids to weekend soccer games or track meets, and hopping in the car for impromptu road trips to Yosemite or Disneyland, we spend much of our time in our cars (in fact, sometimes it feels like we’re living out of our cars!). On those busy days, there’s no need to even leave your car for dinner. Think of our list of the top drive thru restaurants in San Joaquin County as your go-to guide when you need a meal or snack on the go.

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Top 10 Tips for Winter Weather Driving

Top 10 Tips for Winter Weather Driving

Winter weather driving means new risks on the road. Whether you’re headed to the mountains for the weekend and snow is in the forecast, or you’re about to set off on a road trip in heavy rain and windy conditions, our tips will help you drive safely.

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Teen Driver Safety Week

Teen Driver Safety Week

Did you know that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 15- to 19-year-olds in the United States? In 2014, there were 2,679 teen drivers involved in fatal crashes, and more than 120,000 teens were injured on the road. In fact, teen drivers are involved in three times as many fatal accidents as all other drivers. One major factor that increases the risk of a crash is impaired driving, which includes alcohol and drug use, as well as distraction, fatigue, and strong emotions. Teen drivers also crash because they are inexperienced at judging gaps in traffic and adjusting driving speed for road and weather conditions.

This year, National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 16-22 and a great opportunity to start a conversation with your teen driver about the rules of the road. The many dangers of driving include distracted driving, alcohol use, excessive speeding, driving with extra passengers, and forgetting to buckle up. Research shows that many teens understand they are vulnerable and are aware of the many risks and responsibilities of driving. The most effective way to share safety messages with your teen driver is to focus on the positive actions they can take to be safe on the road.

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Recent Posts

  • How to Have the Best Test Drive +

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  • Top 10 Local Drive Thru Restaurants +

    In-N-Out Burger - Grab a freshly grilled burger, golden fries, and a creamy milkshake for lunch or a late night snack. Read More
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  • Six Steps to Stress-Free Car Buying +

    Do your research. Decide what car will best fit your lifestyle and transportation needs, down to the model, trim line, Read More
  • Top 10 Tips for Winter Weather Driving +

    Winterize your car. Before you hit the road, thoroughly check your vehicle, including the battery, tire tread, and fluid levels. Read More
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