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What to Look for in a Commuter Car

It may surprise you to know that the mean travel time to work in Houston is 29.9 minutes. To refresh your grade school math, the mean is the number that occurs most often in a list of statistics; it's not necessarily equivalent to the ...

Where to Check Out Christmas Lights in Houston

Houston is a big place, and we love our Christmas lights. Shabana Motors wanted to put together a comprehensive list of places to go in Houston this month to see the grand light installations from neighborhood efforts to lights in the park.

Get Your Ride Ready for Houston Hurricane Season

Hurricane season is here. If you live in Houston or anywhere along the Gulf and Atlantic coastline, review your plan or make a new one. Many people don’t take the time to prepare for the possibility of a hurricane in Houston. Precautions ...

4 Ways to Save Money on Gas in Houston

According to USA Today, the average Houston resident commutes more than 40 minutes to work each day. Gas prices in Houston may be less expensive than the national average, but Houston drivers typically spend more time behind the wheel.

The Houston Homeless Hotel 3nd Annual Help for The Homeless

The Houston Homeless Hotel 3nd Annual Help for The Homeless 

Best Car Safety Technology for Houston Drivers

 If you’re in the market for a car, you may have questions about the best car safety technology for Houston drivers. Before you buy a used car, compare safety features. While it’s a given that everyone in the car should buckle up a seat ...

What You Need to Know About Electric Vehicles in Houston

Houston is among the top 20 electric vehicle-friendly cities in the United States. Our large population base, diverse geography, desire to lessen dependence on foreign energy sources, and unique culture make our city a great place for ...

New Year's Driving Safety Guide for Houston

New Year’s Eve is a notoriously unpredictable night to drive—and worse, it can be very dangerous. It’s pretty much impossible that the nation will kick off the New Year without a traffic fatality of some kind. However, it’s good to note ...

How to Ready Your Car for a Hurricane in Houston

Houston was reminded this year what a severe hurricane was like, and many people ended up sustaining damage to their homes and cars. Cars are an essential part of people’s lives, and with the hurricane damage and loss, many were left ...