Great Listens for the Car

We’ve come along way from the days of satellite radios and A-tracks being our only methods of entertainment in our cars. Nowadays, your listening options are limitless. You can still choose to rock out to satellite radio or A-tracks in most vehicles, but you also have options of CDs, XM radios, or even connecting your mobile device to your car (hello podcasts, streaming services, sports games, and goodbye commercials). But even with all of those options, it’s still easy to find yourself in the middle of a cycle of the same 20 songs.

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Carpooling Hacks and Reminders

With kids, both young and old,  across the country, starting back to school, so starts the carpools. Use these tips to help ensure that everyone is excited for their day, are ready to learn, and look forward to every pick up.

Donate to Benefit Families Affected by El Paso Tragedy

Please donate your spare change to benefit families affected by the El Paso tragedy on August 3rd. Delek will match your generous donations up to $50,000. Collecting donations now through the end of August at all Alon/7-Eleven’s and DK stores.

Keeping Your Car Cool During the Summer Heat

From the Northeast to the Midwest, all the way to Texas, and up the West Coast, summer is summer and temperatures are likely to be HOT! And while we typically await the warmer months with anticipation, it is likely that your car isn’t as prepared for the heat as you are.

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Beat the Heat: Summer Car Care

While most might fear getting stranded in the winter months, summer should be no less of a concern. With more people out on the highways, July and August are two of the highest months for fatal traffic accidents according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.