Best Podcasts to Listen to This Spring

Spring Driving Podcasts

Whether you’re looking for something to listen to on a commute or something engaging to help pass the workday, podcasts are a great way to be entertained and informed. These are some of the best podcasts to listen to this spring.

True Crime

If real-life murder mysteries are your thing, there is plenty out there to choose from.

  • In the Dark – Madeline Baran looks at how law enforcement’s handling of a crime affects the national narrative.
  • My Favorite Murder – Hosts Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark take a unique and often funny look at crimes.
  • Man in the Window – Paige St. John chronicles the alleged crimes of Joe De Angelo, who was arrested in 2018 and charged as the Golden State Killer.

Fiction

If you are looking for something less frightening but still fascinating, try some of these fiction podcasts.

  • Levar Burton Reads – If you grew up with Reading Rainbow, you will love this podcast of short fiction chosen and read by a man with one of the best voices since James Earl Jones.
  • Homecoming – From Gimlet is a scripted podcast of a thriller about a therapist working with veterans. Amazon Prime produced a TV version of the story.
  • Alice Isn’t Dead – If you are a fan of Welcome to Night Vale, this latest offering from that studio will catch your attention. It tells the story of a long-haul trucker looking for her missing wife, and as you would expect, things get pretty strange.

If all you need for your podcast listening on the road is a new ride, visit Chip Wynn Motors. We’ve got one of the finest selection of quality used cars in Paducah, KY — and that’s no mystery and not fiction.

 

4 Helpful Tips for Washing Your Car This Spring

Tips for Cleaning Your Car

Warmer spring weather in Paducah means it’s a great time to break out your bucket and shammy and polish up your ride. These tips for washing your car this spring will make sure that you’re sparkling when all is sud and done.

Cleaners

It’s a good idea to use products made specifically for washing cars when you get down to it. Cleaning products made for your kitchen or bathroom can damage your car’s paint or protective wax coating. Use a natural sponge or a mitt made of lamb’s wool to protect the surface.

Getting the Gunk Off

While you want to use a gentle cleaner on your car overall, you will need something stronger to remove the deposits you’ve picked up over the winter. A bug and tar remover will get rid of grease, rubber marks, and road tar easily. Use a soft cloth to protect your sponge.

Wheels and Tires

You should also use a different sponge or cloth to clean the wheels and tires. They pick up all kinds of debris from the road, such as small bits of gravel, which can scratch paint. You can use a product formulated for cleaning your type of wheels, but a mild soap will work, too. Check the label on the product or in your car’s owner’s manual for information.

Rinse Well

Rinse the car thoroughly before you begin to wash it and again when you are finished. Rinse the soap off from top to bottom, and then dry the vehicle with a chamois or some old, soft towels.

If your idea of spring cleaning is getting rid of your old ride, visit Chip Wynn Motors in Paducah, KY. We’ve got a great selection of used vehicles waiting to be shown off in the sunshine.