Do you ever feel it like you are the only sane one on the road? There are lots of different kinds of bad drivers out there. Here are top five worst kinds of drivers on the road!
# 5 – There are those annoying people who never use their turn signal! You always have to wonder about them. Don’t they find it annoying when others don’t use their turn signal?
# 4 – How about people who text constantly? Maybe we’ve all tried to get away with a text here and there but these people do it even in extremely heavy traffic.
# 3 – Then there is the angry driver. This dude gets pissed off at even the slightest faux pas. Maybe you’re not turning right on red when you should or he feels like you should pull on the shoulder to let him pass. What he’s really doing is making it dangerous for everyone on the road!
# 2 – Then there is the speed freak. Who cares about the speed limit or the welfare of anyone on the road? This guy has to get where he’s going if it costs him his life!
# 1 – The drunk driver. There just really is no excuse.
Let us know if you think there are any types of driver’s that we forget that should be added to the list of worst drivers out there!
It’s not hard to see why this spot quickly became so popular. First of all, the commercial is shot just as well as any box-office thriller. We see two young hikers desperately running through the forest. The camera cuts between one hiker, who has tripped over some brush, to the bears chasing them. These hikers have pissed off some seriously big and angry bears!
What the bear doesn’t know is that one of the hikers holds a trump card. It’s a smart watch! He speaks to the one of the apps, “Start my car!” and we see his 2017 Hyundai Elantra light up with life!
Remote Start is just one of the awesome technologies that Hyundai has developed. It’s great for warming or cooling your car in extreme weather (and getting away from bears).
Contact us when you are interested in learning more about the 2017 Hyundai Elantra! Until then, schedule your opportunity to test drive the 2016 Elantra!
Football season is almost over, and you know what that means: It’s about time to start obsessing over Super Bowl commercials. Hyundai recently revealed some key elements about their upcoming advertisements, which look seriously promising.
For one thing, they’ve got seriously big names attached to direct the ads, including Peter Berg – director of “Lone Survivor” and “Collateral.” Why such a gritty filmmaker, Hyundai? We will have to see.
We also know that the ads will prominently display the luxurious Genesis model as well as the 2017 Elantra, which is particularly exciting. The Elantra hasn’t been seen by a lot of folks, but that’s sure to change after the Super Bowl.
Whether or not any of these Hyundai ads will become “that Super Bowl ad” that everyone talks about for weeks after the big game, we will have to wait and see.
In the meantime, while we wait for the Hyundai Super Bowl commercials, come make predictions here with us at Joe Holland Hyundai!
So when you first hit the road, it was all clear – but now, you realize that snow is slowly starting to fall all around you, sticking to the road and causing you to worry. Before you find yourself in this situation, check out these tips for driving in snow:
Are you looking forward to 2016? The folks at Hyundai surely are – as they are about to announce their bar-raising new model, the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq: a hybrid sedan that will offer customers the choice of three different powertrains in one body style.
This makes Hyundai the first automaker ever to offer such an option, which reflects their planned tone for the near future, according to a Hyundai representative, who said that Hyundai’s “vision for future mobility focuses on choice.”
More details about the Hyundai Ioniq, such as its actual fuel economy data or pricing, are yet to be announced. But surely, if the Ioniq is scheduled to get its world debut so soon, more information has to be on the way.
The big debut will occur in January, and until then, this 2017 Hyundai Ioniq photo teaser will have to hold us over. Until then, if you’re interested in any current Hyundai models, visit us anytime at Joe Holland Hyundai.
Hyundai has been hyping up their new N sub-brand, which will focus on a lineup of athletic performance cars. The company recently released a teaser for the new Hyundai i30 N sports car, showcasing the vehicle being test-driven at the Nurburgring track alongside the announcement that the production model will come with all-wheel-drive and the Theta 2.0-liter turbo engine.
Coincidentally, the beautiful Highland Scenic Highway has been given a new self-guided tour for drivers in the area.
Designed and put together by Terry Hackney, whose Lens Creek Studios are located in the nearby Fort Ashby, this tour features five informational kiosks and seventy-six interpretive markers along the highway that indicate points of interest to passersby. In addition, Hackney has made an audio disc titled “43 Miles of Discovery” than can be played at eighteen different points of interest along the Highland Scenic Highway by drivers taking the self-guided tour.
Once Hyundai’s i30 N is available to the public, the Highland Scenic Highway would be an ideal location for a day trip – imagine cruising in the powerful sports car and listening to fascinating information on the area’s history, geology, and biology as you pass through this heavily forested area. The entire highway is devoid of billboards or any other marker of civilization, making it the perfect place to get away for a bit.
Designed for use as a practical, everyday commuting vehicle during the week and outdoor adventuring on the weekends, the Adventuremobile comes in an army-green shade that distinctly recalls the feel of vintage all-terrain recon vehicles and is equipped with a 1.5-inch suspension lift and 17-inch wheels. LED lighting and roof-rack mounts and bars that come with a roof-mounted tent increase the outdoorsy practicality of the modified Tucson.
The Hyundai Tucson Adventuremobile also sports an upgraded engine, interior, sound system, and brakes. The custom job was a unique look at the Tucson, its personalization options, and the vehicle’s versatility, in line with the overall spirit of the SEMA show, which focuses on creativity and accessorizing instead of just showing off standard models.
Blood Type Racing (BTR), a Chicago-based tuner known best for its extreme enhancements to Korean vehicles, has previewed its Veloster Turbo R-Spec built just for SEMA. Although the SEMA-bound Veloster Turbo won’t be officially revealed until Hyundai’s SEMA press conference on November 3rd, BTR and Hyundai have revealed a very sinister-looking drawing of the sports car.
On the outside, BTR gave the Veloster Turbo a “Carbon Black” paint job with a red racing strip from the front splitter onto the hood. They then added a carbon fiber wide-body kit for a more masculine, aggressive stance, a rear deck spoiler, and front-mounted aero canards.
The Veloster Turbo is powered by a stock Hyundai-sourced 1.6-liter turbo four, and BTR added high-boost turbocharger manufactured by Garrett, new cylinder sleeves, custom connecting rods and pistons, and a custom-designed intake manifold. The result is a 500-horsepower spit-fire.
Though we haven’t yet seen the inside, we assume this Veloster Turbo is just as decked out and sinister inside as it is outside.
“The focus of this build was to boost the performance capabilities of the Veloster R-Spec while creating one of the angriest-looking Hyundai vehicles to chew up the pavement,” said Sam Lee, Director of Marketing, Blood Type Racing, Inc. in a statement.
Here at Joe Holland Hyundai, we’ll be staying tuned for the official reveal of this aggressive-looking Hyundai Veloster. Check back for more updates after November 3rd!
Today’s vehicles are built to last. While we once aimed to keep our cars running to the 100,000-mile mark, we can (and should) expect more from today’s vehicles. Quality materials, improved technology, and resilient designs all play a role in keeping our cars going for longer. Here are three ways you can help your new car get to 200,000 miles and beyond.
Preventative maintenance is key. The most important thing you can do to keep your car running at its best for years to come is to stay up-to-date on service. Oil changes, filter replacements, fluid top-offs, alignments, and tire rotations are just a few maintenance items that will keep your car running at its most efficient.
Keep it clean. Make sure to wash your car regularly, and properly maintain the interior materials. Doing so will keep the exterior paint in tip-top shape, and keep the interior from prematurely wearing or fading. Also clean out built up dirt and leaves under the hood, and clean out sludge and grime from the engine compartment.
Don’t ignore issues. If something isn’t working correctly, or you notice something doesn’t seem right (including any illuminated dashboard lights), have it looked at right away. Doing so will help you to avoid additional damage, and allow your car to continue to function at its best.