Egg Hunts and Celebrations in the Longview TX area
Easter is approaching again, as it seems to do every year (fancy that!). To help squeeze some Easter fun into your life, we’ve compiled our favorite Easter events going down in the greater Longview area. Let’s take a look at what rabbit-fueled egg-searching silliness 2019 has up its sleeve. Read the rest of this entry »
Weirdest Rules on the Lone Star Roads
Driving in Texas is a way of life. Though we’re the biggest state in the continental 48 (curse you Alaska!), if a Texan is traveling from one end of the state to the other, you probably won’t find a us taking a plane or train; we’re going to drive.
Maybe it’s the wide-open spaces and sense of boundless freedom that get us Texans going so strong for motoring. But once we get out on that endless highway, all our worries seem to melt away; well, except for the threat of bashing one of those omnipresent white-tailed deer. Read the rest of this entry »
The Chevrolet Impala is something of a legend. Having made its debut as a top trim for the Bel-Air in 1958, Chevrolet’s flagship passenger car has been featured prominently in pop culture. It’s appeared in multiple classic hip-hop lyrics and boasted an engine that inspired a Beach Boys song. Though it’s gone through many changes since its debut, it remains a safe, reliable, and economical full-size car.
Perhaps you’ve heard the recent rumors about General Motors discontinuing the Impala after all this time. How about it- are the rumors true? Read the rest of this entry »
Car and Driver magazine’s annual competition for the best trucks and SUVs of the year has finished and 2019 winners have been selected. See which SUV, pickup truck, and van models made the list below. Read the rest of this entry »
Whether it’s an inspection sticker, a parking sticker, a state park pass, or a something from your child’s school, sooner or later most of us will end up with a sticker placed somewhere on our car’s windshield or rear window. The good news is that when the sticker is no longer needed there are plenty of tips and tricks for how to remove it. The bad news is that is near impossible to remove the sticker without damaging it so don’t plan on reusing it anywhere else. Read the rest of this entry »
Anytime you are heading out for a drive in inclement weather like wind or rain, it’s a good idea to adjust your driving habits for safe travel. We cover three tips and tricks that can help drivers navigate the streets safely during strong winds below. Read the rest of this entry »
Is your daily commute getting you down? We have some apps that may help streamline the commuting process making it more enjoyable and stress-free. Find our 4 favorite car apps for commuters below. Read the rest of this entry »
Only Tall drivers understand the pain of trying to fit in a vehicle that doesn’t offer the proper legroom. To help find the Nissan model that will work best for tall drivers, we have included a list of each Nissan model and its corresponding legroom specs below Read the rest of this entry »
Should I Buy a Used SUV?
When it comes to shopping for a new vehicle, price and budget often play a major role. Sticking to a budget can often limit your choices when looking to get behind the wheel of a brand-new vehicle, but shopping for a pre-owned vehicle can open your range of options immensely. We at Autosmart Group are here to give you our top three reasons why you should buy a used SUV instead of getting behind the wheel of a brand-new vehicle.
We think test drives are the single greatest tool car shoppers have in their arsenal for ensuring that they end up with the right car for their needs. Test drives allow drivers to experience each model hands-on in a way that provides valuable information no amount of online research can. Today, we’re discussing our tips for having a successful test drive appointment below. Read the rest of this entry »