2015 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT

2015 Dodge Grand Caravan SXTThe Grand Caravan boasts the most powerful V6 engine in its class, a cleanly finished and modern interior, plus lots of high-tech and family-friendly features like the Stow ‘n Go seating system, which folds the 2nd-row seats down into the floor.

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2012 Ford F-150

2012 FORD F-150 1Body Style     Pickup – Full Size
Year     2012
Make     FORD
Model     F-150
Package     LARIAT
Mileage     49,266
Engine     6.2L V8
Fuel     GAS
Transmission     AUTOMATIC
Drive Type     4 WHEEL
Color     WHITE
Interior     BLACK
VIN     1FTFW1E69CFA77978
Stock Number     14467

2011 Nissan Cube 1.8 S Krom Edition

2011 NISSAN CUBE 1.8 S KROM EDITION

2011 NISSAN CUBE 1.8 S KROM EDITION 1Body Style     Wagon
Year     2011
Make     NISSAN
Model     CUBE
Package     1.8 S KROM EDITION
Mileage     73,683
Engine     1.8L 4 CYL. GAS
Fuel     GAS
Transmission     AUTOMATIC
Drive Type     FRONT WHEEL
Color     BLACK
Interior     BLACK
VIN     JN8AZ2KR3BT209756
Stock Number     14539

2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

2009 chevrolet silverado 1500Body Style     Pickup – Full Size
Year     2009
Make     CHEVROLET
Model     SILVERADO 1500
Package     LT
Mileage     85,830
Engine     5.3L V8
Fuel     GAS
Transmission     AUTOMATIC
Drive Type     4 WHEEL
Color     GREY
Interior     GREY
VIN     1GCEK29079E141114
Stock Number     14448

Tips for Driving Through a Hailstorm

Here’s what to do if you drive into a hailstorm:

Stay inside the vehicle. Hail falls at fast speeds, and it can cause injury to those in its path.

Stop driving and pull to a safe place so hail doesn’t break the windshield or any windows — driving compounds hail’s impact with your car. Stop under an overpass, and don’t forget to pull out of traffic lanes and onto a shoulder. Avoid ditches due to possible high-rising water.

Keep your car angled so the hail is hitting the front of your car. Windshields are reinforced to withstand forward driving and pelting objects. Side windows and backglass are not, so they’re much more susceptible to breakage.

Lie down, if possible, and keep your back to the windows. If you have a blanket, cover yourself with it to prevent possible debris from hitting you.