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Happy Labor Day!

Labor Day is a special holiday created to celebrate the arduous labor movement in America during the last part of the century. First, a little Labor Day history: At the peak of America’s Industrial Revolution, Americans were working seven days a week for up to 12 hours per day. With the enormous growth of manufacturing, the many workers across the nation endured these lengthy days under poor working conditions, thereby … Continue reading


National Relaxation Day — 3 Ways to Relax while Driving

What started out as “National Slacker Day” in Britain back in 2001 has become “National Relaxation Day” here in the States — a day to focus on our minds, on our breathing, on reducing our stress levels. Relaxation and mindfulness exercises are increasingly popular, but today I want to hone in on what we can do on National Relaxation Day in terms of driving. Some folks like me don’t mind driving … Continue reading


An Amazing Staycation Is Just a Quick Car Ride Away

Why take a staycation? Because it’s cheap way to take a vacation and it could uncover some amazing things you didn’t even realize were in your neighborhood. And simply having a car opens you to so many staycation options and weekend getaway ideas. Whenever I travel somewhere new, I check out the city’s top attractions on TripAdvisor. It’s a great help when there’s so much you could do but so … Continue reading

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Must-See Movies in 2016 with Wicked Car Scenes

A classic car chase scene is one of the more exhilarating cinematic experiences a serious moviegoer could possibly ask for. So a poorly executed car chase can oftentimes be unrealistic and thereby extremely boring. But a well-crafted one easily keeps the viewer engaged, enthralled, and energized. It wasn’t until Bullitt where Steve McQueen set the standard for car chases because it was shot at actual speed. Nowadays there are many … Continue reading

Best Family Cars: An Infographic

One of the first changes I made when I was pregnant was to buy a reliable family car. My old one had served me well, but I wanted something with a little more room and a little safer. A mom car, if you will. (I still have some time before I need to think about a minivan, though.) There is a lot of information out there, and I found most of … Continue reading

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Cars We Have Loved

What was your first car love? That’s the question I posed to some of my coworkers, and I got some pretty nice responses. Here are a couple of my favorites. Sheneneh. I’ll Never Forget Her. By Brad I have been a legal driver for almost 30 years now. Over the course of that 30 years, I’ve owned approximately 33 cars. (The amount of times I switch cars is completely irrational, … Continue reading

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Go Red for Women 2016, RightTurn Style

For Go Red for Women 2016, the folks here at RightTurn wanted to go red in a big way. So we made red our company dress code! (Actual dresses were completely optional.) In all seriousness, we at RightTurn go red for women because heart disease is an issue that affects so many of us. “Every single minute, a woman loses her life to heart disease. Therefore, I Go Red for my mother, … Continue reading

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Tires for Sale at… NATIONWIDE!

Boy oh boy, 2016 is shaping up to be an exciting year here at RightTurn! We first launched in Dallas in the fall of 2012. A year later, we went live in our hometown of Cleveland. Where are we expanding next? Long story short: everywhere! Yes, we’re in the middle of making tires for sale at available to savvy tire shoppers across the country this year. As we … Continue reading

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How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s no secret that resolutions are difficult to keep. But 2016 is coming and there’s no stopping it. If you are like me, you have problems coming up with resolutions. Not because I don’t think I have anything I need to improve on, it’s just that I know that I’m a quitter. So this article is for all of us. First, here are some car-centric ideas that will get your … Continue reading

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Out With the Old and In With the New!

Another year is left in the dust and I’m wondering how it all passed me by (2015 must’ve had good tires). I wanted to do so many things and last year’s resolutions tumbled aside like bad guys falling off that truck (which definitely had good tires) in the first Indiana Jones movie. But that’s the best part, New Year’s isn’t a finish line; it’s a new starting line. So today … Continue reading