Complacency is a daily battle when discussing safety. We understand what complacency is; however, we often do not grasp the consequences it can have or how we can overcome it. Failure to overcome complacency can lead to crashes, injuries, and other costly incidents both for the individual involved and the company.
The men and women of Michigan City Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram are a hardworking crew, as anyone who has been through their doors to find their dream car can attest to.
Owning a home includes a certain amount of repair and improvement. A new kitchen, breaking down a wall, or, for Micheal Thiele, adding a deck was something he did to add value to his home. However, for Theile, things didn’t end up quite as he had planned.
Salespeople of any flavor can tell you that, to be the best, it’s a constant hustle, and a lot of hard work. For the sales men and women of Muller Acura of Merrillville, it seems like they have the art of car sales down to a science.
Few things in life are more stressful than a car accident. This is true for both minor fender benders and serious crashes; dealing with insurance companies, rental cars, and of course, repairs. Naturally, people want their problems resolved as quickly and painlessly as possible. That’s why Sauers Buick GMC Collision Center does everything it can to take the stress from managing the aftermath of an accident onto its shoulders, giving customers a quick and easy transition into their newly repaired vehicle.
Safety Belt Usage
The results are in from the Seat Belt Usage by Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers (SBUCMVD) Survey from 2016. The survey showed that the overall safety belt usage for drivers of all medium and heavy duty trucks and buses was up to 86% in 2016 from 84% in 2013. The survey is a nationally representative field data collection program that provides estimates of safety belt usage by drivers of medium and heavy duty commercial motor vehicles.
The car dealerships and repair shops in our region are an incredibly dynamic bunch, dedicated to community service, community outreach, hosting community events and getting involved in local charity events and sponsorships. Some might not think of all that goes on behind the scenes of their local dealership or auto repair shop, but they are without a doubt some of the most committed people to bettering and entertaining the communities they serve.
From the U.S. Air Force to police work to weaponry, Eric Greiner has now found a home in a different arena: making the car you drive every day run at it’s best. Greiner, new manager for the Winfield Levin Tire & Service Center, brings a lot to the table, connecting all of his previous experience to providing the best service in the area.
The Levin Tire and Service Centers of Northwest Indiana are known for their expertise and impressive variety when it comes to tires. Their nearly 100 years of experience and dedicated staff make them experts in the field, and more than capable of recommending the right product for customer needs. Included in that expertise is information on the newest products and the deals associated with them.
Carl Kmiec started working at Muller Acura at the beginning of the year, though he’s been in the car business for quite a while now. For a veteran of the auto sales business, there are a lot of attributes that really set Muller Acura of Merrillville apart from the rest.
Team Chevy has been involved in community giving and events for as long as they’ve been in business, and this Fall is no exception. In fact, they are putting their mark on Autumn in a big way this year, a mark so big you could see it from an airplane.