After you’ve packed your Honda with a trunk full of groceries from the store, you don’t want to arrive home to find all its contents spilled and broken. We at Russell Honda want to make life easier for busy parents like you, so we wanted to share these tips for transporting your groceries, courtesy of The News Wheel.
Utilize reusable bags
These are good for the environment and your groceries. Instead of relying on those thin plastic bags provided at checkout, bring your own durable, rigid reusable bags. For extra sturdiness, place a square of corrugated cardboard at the bottom of each bag to keep it flat.
Use nets and hooks
Did you know that many Honda cars, crossovers and SUVs offer cargo nets and bag hooks in the trunk? See if your vehicle has these convenient tools, which make it easier to secure your bags from sliding around.
Purchase a trunk organizer
These sturdy, reusable canvas totes are a must-have for any driver in Sherwood, Arkansas. They give you a place to safely stash your eggs or flower bouquet, or to keep that heavy watermelon from rolling around and crushing everything else. There are many affordable products you can buy online, or you can use a cardboard box as a free alternative.
Hopefully, these techniques will prevent any future food spills or damaged goods from ruining your grocery run. If you need a new family SUV or crossover with lots of cargo space, check out the huge selection of affordable Honda models that we have in stock at Russell Honda by viewing our online inventory.
Fall and winter bring cold weather that ultimately affects road conditions throughout the United States. Here in Arkansas, the inclement weather can make roads dangerous and unpredictable. Fortunately, a properly-stocked car safety kit can help stranded drivers pass the time in comfort. We here at Russell Honda have a few recommended items and suggestions for your car safety kit.
For starters, your car safety kit should also double as a first-aid kit. Make sure to pack it with Band-Aids, hand sanitizer, antibiotic ointment, cotton balls, gauze, tweezers, and bug spray. If you plan on taking a trip, adding any medication to the kit is a good idea as well.
Packing a few emergency items in your safety kit can help you get back on the road faster or make waiting for roadside assistance safer. Road flare and jumper cables are two must-have items. Adding duct tape, a fire extinguisher, and a few rags can go a long way, just in case.
Fall brings cooler weather and winter is right around the corner. If your car safety kit doesn’t include seasonal items, it definitively should. Every vehicle should have an ice scraper, blankets, a flash light with extra batteries, and a small box of cat litter to create traction.
Setting a goal is easy but achieving is much harder which is why many people fail to keep their New Year’s resolution. 2017 represents another chance to change your life for the better (or worse, we don’t judge). Here are a few things you can do to keep your New Year’s resolution in 2017 from us here at Russell Honda!
Time – Take your time when attempting to make major changes to your lifestyle. Start by changing one mannerism, habit, or behavior at a time. Doing so increases the likelihood that you’ll be able to successfully make the changes you want. Attempting to change everything at once can result in stress and that can ultimately lead to a failed New Year’s resolution.
Support – There’s nothing better to help you achieve your goals than by finding someone who will support you. Heading to the gym every day is much easier if you have a workout buddy waiting on you. That alone can be enough to force you to keep your resolution.
Talk – When all else fails, find someone to talk to. Tell them about your resolution, goals, and anything else. Ask for advice or help and discuss what you want to achieve throughout 2017.