Okay, it’s confession time: Since I first started writing for the AutoNation blog, the editors have been trying to get me to write an article about buying a family car. You see, on March 30, 2011, my wife and I were blessed with a little girl. So, my experience as a first-time parent should lend [...] [...more]
Not long ago, summer ushered in sunny, warm skies. Most of us welcome summer, letting our worries melt away. Unfortunately, warm skies have become h-o-t, breaking and tying thousands of records across the country.
Despite rising temperatures, drivers still leave their children and/or pets in vehicles unattended “just for a minute,” resulting in heatstroke and death. [...] [...more]
Joy Oglesby shares with us the joys - and tribulations - of sharing her car with a toddler. Her cute, sporty red Mini Cooper quickly became a toy box on wheels and it all started with a pack of waxy, brittle crayons. [...more]
Ask a parent about the chores their kids have to do around the house and you’re bound to hear balking, battle cries and blame and that’s just from the parent. It is assumed children resist doing chores, but that may only be half the problem. Read this post to find out how to turn chore resistance into cooperation, collaboration and completed. [...more]