Best Nissans for Tailgating

Best Nissans for Tailgating - Nissan RogueNothing makes a football game complete quite like a tailgate party. And, having the right vehicle can be the difference between a good tailgate party and a great one. Here are three Nissans for tailgating that will make your parties stand above the crowd.

Nissan Titan

For obvious reasons, pickup trucks are the preferred vehicle for tailgate parties and the 2017 Nissan Titan is an ideal choice. It comes with a great 5-year/100,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty to make sure your parties last for years to come. In addition, its bed features a unique Utili-track Channel System to keep items locked in place, removable in-bed boxes with drain plugs, and in-bed lights for when the sun goes down.

Nissan Murano

Take the Nissan Murano to your next tailgate party and you might have the most stylish vehicle there. It has plenty of interior room for both passengers and your cargo needs. And, if you choose the Premium package, you’ll get an 11-speaker Bose audio system and instantly become the life of the party.

Nissan Rogue

The Nissan Rogue may not be big, but it can still take on the biggest tailgate parties. It has plenty of interior space, including a lot of unique interior storage options. And, with its user-friendly technology, it will be easy to listen to the game.

Thanksgiving Travel Tips

Thanksgiving Travel TipsThanksgiving is a great time of year to visit far-flung family. However, travelling to see them during the holiday rush can be a big hassle. AAA estimates that nearly half of all Americans will travel more than 50 miles from home for Thanksgiving. Here are a few Thanksgiving travel tips to help you along the way.

  • Stay positive. Whether you’re flying or driving, keep in mind that everyone else is going somewhere, too. Be courteous, be patient, and stay positive.
  • Stay charged. Make sure all your devices are fully charged when you hit the road. Bring along portable chargers for when you don’t have access to an outlet.
  • Pack lightly. Overpacking can cause big problems, especially if you’re flying. If you pack light enough you can avoid checked baggage fees.
  • Bring food. You want to stay energized for your trip. Pack high-energy, healthy snacks and you won’t have to overpay for overpriced junk food along the way.
  • Leave early. If you’re driving, avoid leaving during rush hour. Try to leave early in the morning or later in the evening to skip out on most of the traffic.
  • Use travel apps. There are numerous apps that can help save time, money, and stress, whether you’re flying or driving. Apps like GasBuddy, Waze, and others will come in handy.

What are your tips for travelling during Thanksgiving?