Three Tips for Teaching Your Teen to Drive

As a parent or guardian, you have a hand in teaching your children a broad spectrum of life skills: saying their first words, riding a bike, even eating without getting food in their hair. Children rely on their parents to take the lead, give them guidance, and show them the right way to do things.…

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Fall Driving Tips

With fall fast approaching, it’s easy to forget that you should change some of your driving habits for the season. Between driving kids to school, the weather changing, and leaves falling, here are a few fall driving tips to keep you safe this season. Watch for Kids School is back in session, which means kids…

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Soldier Field Parking Guide

Soldier Field is located in the heart of downtown Chicago, which can be a challenge when it comes to finding somewhere to park (we’ve all been there). If you’re heading to a Bears game anytime soon, here a few tips for finding those coveted parking spots. Use Online Tools There are many online tools that…

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What is Paintless Dent Removal?

  If you’ve been avoiding fixing that small dent on your passenger-side door, and you aren’t sure what your next steps would be to even fix it, contact Adams Collision Service and ask them about their Paintless Dent Removal (PDR) process. Not sure what that is? We can fix that for you, too. What is…

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Filing an Auto Insurance Claim

If you have ever tried to learn a foreign language, you understand just how difficult of a task it often proves to be. There are so many things to consider when it comes to speaking a non-native tongue perfectly; not only must you memorize words and popular phrases and recite them from memory, you must…

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Summer Road Trips and Accidents

What to Do When Something Goes Wrong The 4th of July is quickly approaching, which means families everywhere will be packing up and heading out to cabins, campsites, and having a great weekend celebrating. But what happens if you get in an auto accident out-of-state? We’re here to help you prepare for the worst, all…

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The Do’s and Don’t of Rental Cars

A good portion of driving-age adults have never needed to use a rental car—those who have were either on vacation or their car was in the shop. So using a rental car can be a bit of a new experience for those who’ve never done it before. If this is you, or if it’s been…

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How to Deal with Stressful Driving Situations

Did you know that there is a National Stress Awareness Month? Stress happens to the best of us, and everyone handles it in their own way. Some people de-stress by unplugging and taking a walk; those who have the time might use yoga or meditation to focus on breathing and self-awareness. Being aware of stress…

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A Little Care Makes Accidents Rare!

Daylight Saving Time and Driving Safety Does anyone really like Daylight Saving Time? Besides the fact that parents everywhere hate it for messing with their kids’ schedules (not to mention losing an hour of their own sleep!), it’s responsible for many perplexing health-related issues as well. A 2016 study found that the overall rate for stroke was…

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African American Trailblazers in Automobile Industry History

As we celebrate Black History Month in February, we wanted to recognize notable African Americans who have contributed to the advancement of the automotive industry throughout history. These individuals exemplify the resilience and innovative spirit that continues to grow and define our industry today.   C.R. Patterson Charles Rich Patterson made history by founding the…

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Teen Driving Awareness

According to the National Safety Council, half of all teens will be involved in an accident before they even graduate from high school. One of the most important things to remember if you’re a parent to a teen driver is that your involvement in their driving doesn’t end when they get their license. Keep in…

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