Articles written by: David Berger

Tips for a Smooth DITY Move

Tips for a Smooth DITY Move

The following is the third post in our miniseries covering Primary Change of Station (PCS) moves by guest blogger Janet McIntosh, Army wife. Once you make the decision to conduct a DITY move you may not know where to start. This may be the first time you have conducted a…Read more

The 5 Best Car Clubs in America

The 5 Best Car Clubs in America

Classic car enthusiasts are a special breed of individual. They pour their hearts and souls into their automobile, which, similar to themselves, is one of a kind. There’s a certain sense of pride that goes along with having a classic vehicle, and like-minded people have been sharing their hobby with…Read more

3 Tips To Consider When Traveling With Your Pet

3 Tips To Consider When Traveling With Your Pet

Household pets provide a sense of unwavering companionship – it’s what makes their presence so enjoyable. Dogs are known as man’s best friend due to their unconditional loyalty, and cats – while sometimes distant – will always make their way back to their owner, even if they roam around for…Read more

Drones In The Transportation Industry: Could They Replace Truckers?

Drones In The Transportation Industry: Could They Replace Truckers?

Photo courtesy of cdllife.com To some, aerial drones are old news. The Obama administration has made headlines for its continued use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the Middle East, but the robotic flying machines may be making their way into consumer-based industries sooner than later. A recent 60 Minutes report…Read more

Restoring Classic Cars: 4 Tips For A Successful Facelift

Restoring Classic Cars: 4 Tips For A Successful Facelift

There’s something inherently nostalgic about restoring an old automobile. The smell of motor oil and grease-stained jeans are enough to give any car enthusiast a trip down memory lane, but a complete, self-produced restoration may be the pinnacle for any man or woman who enjoys a piece of classic American…Read more

Best year of the Ford Mustang

Best year of the Ford Mustang

The classic American sports car was designed to combine power with elegance and style. A sleek design coupled with high performance under the hood epitomizes the underlying values that this country was founded on. It’s long been debated which company created the initial sports car, The New York Times says….Read more

Buying cars online: A growing trend

Buying cars online: A growing trend

Despite modest economic growth, consumers continued to purchase new and used cars last month. According to The Wall Street Journal, General Motors posted a 7 percent gain in April sales despite troubling safety recall issues, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles reported a 14 percent increase in the same time period. Overall,…Read more

Congress Cuts to Affect Peak Season for Military PCS

Congress Cuts to Affect Peak Season for Military PCS

Military families positioned across the country likely aren’t strangers to permanent change of station orders (PCS). Relocation to a new base can be an overwhelming proposition for anyone, especially if they’ve been in one location for a long time. While there’s no need to panic, new legislation was recently approved…Read more

The 5 Coolest Celebrity-Owned Vehicles

The 5 Coolest Celebrity-Owned Vehicles

The word “cool” has a subjective meaning, but more often than not, when someone owns a lavish piece of property that most can’t afford, people are impressed. A small population in the U.S. is  fortunate enough to be able to buy nearly anything they want, and for some of those…Read more

3 Ways Military Families Can Stretch Their Dollar

3 Ways Military Families Can Stretch Their Dollar

In the wake of budget cuts to the defense budget, military families will likely have to do more with less. Armed forces leaders recently told Congress that they’ve slashed spending in nearly every category, and there’s not much left they can afford to cut, Fox Business News reported.  Army Gen….Read more