It’s dark. It’s dark when you leave in the morning and it’s dark when you drive home. You know what makes darkness better? Rain and snow. Wait. No, that makes it worse. Yet winter often serves them to us in an ensemble platter with a side of bad drivers. I mean, don’t these people remember last year? When it also snowed? Anyway, we can’t fix the bad driving of others, but we can help equip you for the cold, snowy, dark gauntlet that is your daily commute in the winter. There are many ways to do this: better tires, cable chains, winter wipers, and a good dose of courage. But none will do you any good unless you can see, which is why we’re talking about winter lighting. A good set of auxiliary lights in the winter can make your drive safer and reduce your stress level. Continue reading “Winter Lighting 101”
Andy Sheehan is a blogger, aspiring novelist, and relentless hoon. He plans to will his 2002 Subaru WRX Wagon to his firstborn, plans his daily commute around the swoop of its roads, and doesn’t plan to ever buy an automatic. A cool-car omnipath, he loves the common Mustang or Chevelle, but hunts for the weird and wonderful Velorexes and Cosmos of the autoverse. And when he can afford a garage, he’s going to turn an MX-5 into a race car.