Saturday, February 9, through Monday, February 18, ride free on ALL Westbound weekend and off-peak weekday South Shore Line trains during the 2019 Chicago Auto Show (Off-peak weekday trains arrive at Millennium Station after 9:30 am CST and depart Millennium Station before 3:30 pm and after 6:30 pm CST). This is also the perfect opportunity to take advantage of free Westbound rides for Valentine’s Day, and plan a date in the city.
Toyota is known for producing some of the most reliable, safest vehicles on the road. Their cars are designed with the knowledge that safety is more than just features – safety is human lives. Even the most cautious drivers need that extra reassurance they’re in good hands. Safety begins with the driver, and Toyota is here to protect you and your passengers along the way.
2019 Chicago Auto Show Preview Roundup: Brought to you by the LifeSites and partner dealerships across the Region
Maybe you’re just a kid who loves her Hot Wheels, or maybe you’re a lifelong motorhead who practically lives underneath the hood. Then again, maybe you’re somewhere in between. It’s all good. No matter where you fall on the car-love spectrum, your presence is requested at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show. We think you won't be disappointed.
Safety seems to be a solid point of reference for the new features that come standard in the 2019 Acura RDX. Check out these AcuraWatch bundled safety features: forward collision warning, collision mitigation braking, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, road departure mitigation, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, and a rear view camera.
2019 Buick Regal GS / Sportback / TourX: A Chicago Auto Show Preview brought to you by Sauers Buick GMC
Ahhh, the Buick Regal.
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: A Chicago Auto Show Preview brought to you by Currie Motors Ford of Valpo
We can’t believe we’re saying this, but 700-plus horsepower.
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There is no doubt that winter is alive and, well...cold in Northwest Indiana. The season prompts many in our region to get their winter maintenance into gear. Why? Because everyone’s worst fear is being stranded in the middle of nowhere due to a car failure that could have been easily fixed. This is the time that car owners must be overprotective of their vehicles and consider extra precautionary care.
We spoke with Christenson Chevy Superstore's Service Director, Gary Goodwin, for some tips on winter maintenance that can apply to anyone who is driving a car during this time of year—especially those in our region.
Check batteries on vehicles.
Why? If a car battery dies, the car will not start which can create another list of hassles and to-do’s, starting off with a hefty toll away bill. Winter weather affects a...