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Driving is more than a way to get from point A to point B.

If you are from an area with consistently inclement weather, you’ll know the hardships of driving in the winter.

Your car is equipped with two types of headlight functionality – low beams, which are used for general driving, particularly in areas with streetlights and oncoming traffic, and high beams, which provide long range illumination.

Shock absorbers do exactly what the name says they do – they absorb the shock, or dampen the ride of your vehicle.

If you live in a cold climate, likely one of your biggest concerns when you are considering which used vehicle you should buy is how well it will perform in snowy, icy conditions.

If you are an archaeologist, you need a vehicle that will take you off the beaten path.

Rural roadways offer a great driving experience – there’s typically less traffic, the speed limit is often 60 mph and everyone likes testing their driving expertise on those winding paths.

Many cars today, and almost all trucks and utility vehicles, feature power steering.