Archive for the ‘Safety’ Category
2018 Kia Stinger Technology & Safety Features
The 2018 Kia Stinger has a bold and beautiful exterior that opens up into a delicate and driver-centric cockpit. It also boasts a powerful yet refined drivetrain that delivers a balance of performance and efficiency. This four-door sedan injects an unmatched sportiness into your everyday drive while still providing real-world interior passenger and cargo space. And even with all of the exciting specs and features throughout the 2018 Kia Stinger, its most appealing attribute might be its host of advanced safety and technology equipment that takes your driving experience from ordinary to extraordinary. Take a closer look at everything the 2018 Kia Stinger has to offer right here. (more…)
2017 Kia Forte LX features
Find out what features come standard on the Kia Forte with our 2017 Kia Forte LX features guide. We will even go over engine specifications and transmission options to ensure that you know everything that you need to about this impressive Kia model. (more…)
Best Cars for Teenagers to Drive
If you ask a teen what the best car for them to drive is, and you ask a parent what the best car is for their teen, you are liable to get two very different answers. The teens may be focused on style and the parents undoubtedly will be focused on safety and affordability. The two most important factors for cars for teenagers are safety and affordability. Luckily, Kia has a number of cars your teen can drive that are safe, affordable and have style.
10 lifesavers to keep in your car
We may never know when we are going to find ourselves stranded or in a broken down car. Sure, we all work to maintain our car, but sometimes things out of our control happen and they call those things emergencies because they are unpredictable and have the potential to be debilitating.
2017 Kia Forte Safety Features
Each year the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tests cars and awards up to 5 stars for safety. The tests include a front crash test, a side crash test, and a roll-over test. Let’s take a closer look at the safety features and test scores for the 2017 Kia Forte.
2016 Safe driving tips for teens High Point NC
Did you know that the first 12 months and 1,000 miles that a teen drives are the most dangerous? It makes sense, but what is astounding is that crash rates for teens during this period is 4 times higher than that of 34 to 54 year olds. 60% of people who sustain damage due to a collision caused by a teen are people other than the teen. The National Safety Council has initiated a social media campaign for parents of new teen drivers. It’s called Drive it Home. (more…)