For many people, one of the best things about fall is football season. Nothing can beat the excitement of cheering on your favorite teams and players while enjoying some delicious food. If you plan to do any tailgating in Kentucky, here are a few tips to help.
An important part of a good tailgate party is having a good parking spot. Pack early, like the night before, and leave early, so you can get a prime spot.
Keep Things Cold
To make the ice in your cooler last longer, put beverages in the refrigerator to get them cold first. You can also freeze water bottles. They work the same as loose ice and then melt to become a refreshing drink at the end of the day.
Check for Tickets
Before you leave the house, make sure you have your tickets. Check again before you start walking to the stadium.
Make a List
If you tailgate frequently, or would like to, keep a list of items you need to bring. Update it as you get more experienced.
Stay Powered Up
Make sure you have a charging cable for your phone. Consider brining a portable battery pack to charge your phone so you don’t drain your car’s battery. Also make sure you have jumper cables in the trunk.
If you’re ready for some football and need a new-to-you ride that meets your tailgating needs, look no further than the vast selection at Chip Wynn Motors.
If you have a teenager that is of driving age, they are likely begging for a car of their own. Whether they have been saving upon their own or you are planning on buying it yourself, you know they need something safe. Here are some of the safest used cars for teens as recommended by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
IIHS has two groups of cars. The “best choices” are vehicles that have a starting price under $20,000. But if that is still too steep for your budget, they also have some “good choices” that start under $10,000.
Dodge Avenger 2011-2014
Hyundai Sonata 2015 and newer
Subaru Outback 2013 and newer
Nissan Rogue 2014 and newer
Ford Edge 2015 and newer
Volvo XC60 2013 and newer
Ford Fusion 2010-2012
Subaru Legacy 2009-2012
Ford Escape 2009 and newer
Toyota RAV4 2009-2014
Honda Pilot 2006 and newer
Audi A6 2007 and newer
Here at Chip Wynn Motors, are inventory is constantly changing. However, we frequently have many of these used models available. If you are looking for a specific one, give us a call and we can help you find the ideal safe car for your teen as they head back to school this fall.
All across the country, thousands upon thousands of students are gearing up to head off to college. Whether it’s their first year or their last, having a car on campus can be a great benefit. However, most students don’t have the budget for a new car. Here are some of the best used cars for college that will fit right in on any campus.
Mazda 3. This little car is available in either sedan or hatchback form. It delivers sharp styling, lots of features, and respectable fuel efficiency.
Kia Soul. Young drivers appreciate a car with style, and there’s nothing quite like the Kia Soul. Its boxy styling gives it a spacious interior and it comes loaded with technology.
Honda Fit. Versatility is the name of the game for this subcompact hatchback. It comes with a surprisingly roomy interior, delivers excellent fuel efficiency, and unmatched reliability.
Ford Edge. For students who prefer a taller driving position, the Edge delivers that and so much more. It has earned top safety recommendations numerous times and comes with a lot of desirable features.
Here at Chip Wynn, we have an ever-changing inventory of excellent used cars. We frequently have many of these models available. Stop by today and we’ll help you find the perfect car to head to college.
When your teenager reaches driving age, you probably have mixed emotions. You feel proud that they are gaining some independence, yet also scared out of your mind that they are gaining some independence. If you are considering buying a car for your teen so you can be less of a chauffeur, you don’t want to spend a fortune, but you also want to make sure it is safe.
These cars are recommended by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) because they perform well in crash tests, are equipped with electronic stability control, and all cost less than $20,000. Out of about 150 on their list, there are even a lot of models in the under $10,000 category (80 on the list) and under $5,000 category (19 on the list). Here are just some highlights.
$5,000 or Less
Volvo XC90 model year 2005 and newer.
Hyundai Azera model year 2006-2011.
Hyundai Sonata model year 2006-2010.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan model year 2005-2008.
Between $5,000 and $10,000
Ford Fusion model year 2010 and newer.
Chevrolet Malibu model year 2010 and newer.
Subaru Forester model year 2009 and newer.
Dodge Journey model year 2010 and newer.
Between $10,000 and $20,000
Ford F-150 crew cab model year 2011 and newer.
GMC Acadia model year 2011 and newer.
Mazda6 model year 2014 and newer.
Toyota Camry model year 2012 and newer.
Here at Chip Wynn, our inventory is constantly changing, but we frequently have many of these models in stock. Give us a call and tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll help you find the perfect safe used car for your teen.