03-29-17

Mossy Nissan’s Top Weird and Wonderful Road Trip Destinations!

Need to do something outside-of-the-box in SoCal this weekend? Here’s a list of some strange but fun and unique places to take your Nissan out for a drive this weekend:
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12-12-15

BE PREPARED! WINTER WEATHER, HOLIDAY TRAVEL TIPS!

Tires are the number one factor in winter driving safety. When was the last time you had your tires replaced? If it was recently, have you been getting them rotated regularly? Many people forget to get this done, which means these so-called "new" tires are wearing unevenly and could actually be unsafe. Make sure you visually inspect your tires for uneven wear, and loss of tread. Better yet, have a professional inspect them! Balding tires do not grip the road effectively and they increase your breaking distance substantially - especially in wet or icy road conditions. Remember: Worn out tires aren't safe on dry pavement, but they are downright dangerous on rainy, snowy or icy roads. Be sure to get those tires inspected, rotated, and replaced if necessary right away! You can always make an appointment at your local Mossy Nissan service center - for any service needs!
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08-10-15

Couple Completes a 1,500 Mile Road Trip in their Nissan LEAF!

We are Tyrel and Trish - a happy couple with a passion for saving money with exciting new technologies, including electric cars and solar panels.After just over 1,500 miles driving from the Canadian border to California and back in a 100% electric Nissan LEAF, we have arrived safely back home.
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05-08-13

How to End Backseat Battles

How to End Backseat Battles!




There's nothing more frustrating than trying to get from place to place in your busy day with your children bickering in the backseat. Here are some tips to create a smooth ride for everyone!

  1. Separate:  If you can keep siblings a bit separated there is a good chance less aggravation will take place. If you don't have the space to keep them apart, draw an imaginary line in space and explain you expect everyone to respect it.
  2. Distract: Give each child something to do in the car, keeping safety in mind, choosing a toy or a book to look at can reduce the stressful interactions.
  3. Play: With a toy car and some figurines, act out all the wrong things to do and all the right things to do on a car ride.
  4. Listen: On longer trips, children enjoy listening to audio books!
  5. Involve: Invite the children to be a part of the solution.. ask "how can we make this ride OK for everyone?"

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