Though the summer months are slowly fading away, they seem to be leaving the heat behind. The possibility of heat exhaustion is as strong as ever, and yes, you can get heat exhaustion while driving.
The major form of heat exhaustion that most people tend to think about is related to water depletion, but you can also get heat exhaustion from salt depletion. This is why it is important to keep a sports drink on hand.
Some of the heat exhaustion symptoms include: cool, damp skin; excess sweating; dizziness; fatigue; rapid pulse; muscle cramps; nausea; and headaches. If you or a friend is experiencing these symptoms, try to cool down as quickly as possible.
Drink water and remember to keep your salt levels in check. If you have only been drinking water all day – you may be in serious need of electrolytes.
There’s a lot to love about Atlanta, especially its history of launching some of the country’s greatest products. You can even tour many of these facilities that are proud to show off their secrets. We recommend taking all of these great tours in Atlanta.
Atlanta Motor Speedway: Get up close to this famed NASCAR destination. When it’s not race time, the speedway welcomes visitors for an up-close look at the track’s most famous areas.
CNN Studio: Get a behind-the-scenes look at the world of news reporting when you visit the CNN Studio Tour, filled with interactive activities and videos from iconic reporting personalities of yesteryear.
Coca-Cola: The highly-rated tour through the World of Coca-Cola at Pemberton Place is a favorite among visitors to Atlanta who love seeing how these delicious drinks are made and bottled.
Chick-fil-A: As Atlanta is home of Chick-fil-A restaurants, it’s no surprise that there’s an interactive facility you can tour to learn what goes into feeding numerous customers every day.
In addition, many of the city’s local buildings, like the Post Office and Fire Station, give tours to visitors. In fact, if you visit SouthTowne Hyundai, we’ll give you a tour of our dealership!
Road trips can be fun, especially when you bring Fido. But sometimes, that can complicate things a bit. Here are some tips for road trips with dogs so you won’t have to stress.
Plan, Plan, Plan
When your pup is with you, you’ll want everything planned out. Make sure that you pick out places on your route where you can stop for fifteen to thirty minutes every four hours. This will give your pup a bathroom break and let them get out some exercise.
Crate Your Dog
When your dog is spending a long time in the car, it’s best and safest to keep them in a crate. It’s the safest way for a dog to travel in the car. And sometimes, your dog will feel safer when confined in a small, familiar space.
Pack the Essentials
Make sure you have enough gear for your dog, like food and a food bowl, water bowl, any medications they use, a blanket, treats, poop bags, a brush, and anything else they might need. If it’s sunny where you’re going, considering bringing dog-safe sunscreen!
And mostly, just have plenty of fun with your pup!
Hyundai knows innovation and they’re taking it on in full. The next Hyundai Genesis you see might have a slight difference from its predecessors. Hyundai is introducing the Electric Genesis.
Manfred Fitzgerald, Hyundai’s chief executive, announced the news, “We will definitely go as Genesis brand down the road of alternative propulsions and it is very, very obvious that EV is definitely on the map.”
Hyundai chose its luxury model, Genesis, for the electric upgrade because of the rising popularity of electric luxury vehicles.
There’s not yet an exact timeline on when this all-electric Genesis will be released, but it should be out by 2020. It’ll have a 250-mile pure electric range.
And it’s not the only update that Genesis is getting. The 2017 Genesis G80 will have a diesel version in addition to its gas model.
When the Genesis EV premieres, it’ll be joining a handful of other Hyundai electric models. The Hyundai Ioniq currently has a standard hybrid model as well as a plug-in. And it, too, has future EV models on the way.
So it might be a little bit of a wait, but it’ll be worth it once the electric Genesis is revealed!
Hyundai and the Miami Dolphins have officially paired up to make an unbeatable duo. That’s right, Hyundai signed its official sponsorship deal with the Miami Dolphins.
This sponsorship adds to four existing ones, with the Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, Minnesota Vikings, and Pittsburgh Steelers. But it’s just as exciting to add a fifth.
For the upcoming 2016 season, Hyundai will have three vehicles on display at the Dolphins’ stadium for home games. Plus, an air-conditioned premium space at the stadium will be named “The Hyundai Club.” Plus, Hyundai will have digital LED signage that runs on all team-related announcements at the stadium.
“We are excited to partner with Hyundai on this multi-year agreement. Hyundai is a global brand investing in the growth of Miami and South Florida through the Miami Dolphins business and community initiatives,” said Miami Dolphins Senior Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer, Todd Kline.
So Hyundai isn’t only helping the Dolphins, but that South Floridian community, too. They’ll give back by being the official sponsor of the Miami Dolphin’s Thanksgiving meal distribution program and will provide the lead vehicle for the start of the Dolphins Cancer Challenge.
You could get a ticket. And there is nothing pleasant about getting a ticket. First of all, speeding tickets are pricey, especially if you were going way beyond the speed limit, and can result in increased insurance premiums. Second of all, it makes you late for your destination. And sometimes you have to later appear in court, which also eats up all sorts of time.
Speeding increases stress. Speeding contributes to the feeling you have of being in a hurry. The more that feeling increases, the more you see everyone else on the road as being “in your way.” This can make for an extremely unpleasant commute.
Speeding can increase the risk of an accident. Speeding often means going faster than the flow of traffic which in turn means you are constantly forced to pass other drivers. This can make you more unpredictable to other drivers, making it less likely that they see you.
Speeding doesn’t save enough time. While this is not encouragement to speed excessively, doing so is the only way to really make speeding worth it, in the sense of time saved. But the faster you go, the higher the price; the more expensive the ticket, the more stressful the drive, and the more unpredictable you become to others.
Automotive Science Group recognizes vehicles every year for their social, environmental, and economic performance. And this year, the 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport was honored as BEST 5 All-Around Performance.
The Sante Fe Sport was selected among a group of 104 midsize SUVs. ASG rated all vehicles by performing data-driven automobile assessments to determine award winners. It uses its proprietary Automotive Performance Index, a combination of conventional specs plus environmental, economic, and social performance indicators.
“We are proud the Sante Fe Sport is recognized by the Automotive Science Group as a market segment leader by setting new standards,” said Brandon Ramirez, senior group manager of product planning at Hyundai North America.
The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport earned its ASG honor, with an efficient 2.4-liter engine and amazing standard features like remote keyless entry with alarm, heated exterior power mirrors with a driver’s blind spot mirror, and more.
The Sante Fe gives you efficiency and great technological updates. Try it out at SouthTowne Hyundai today!