2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV Named One of the Best Cars for Senior Drivers

2020 Chevrolet Bolt

The 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV is a bona fide great choice if you’re looking to drastically reduce your carbon footprint and enjoy plenty of comfort and style while doing so. According to the experts at Kiplinger, the Bolt EV is also an excellent option if you’re a more experienced driver, earning a spot on its list of The 10 Best Cars for Senior Drivers.

The cars that make Kiplinger’s list are determined by key factors, like visibility, ease of access, active safety features, headlights and ease of controls. The list recommends the Bolt EV Premier with the Driver Confidence II Package, which offers up driver-assistive safety features and more advanced headlights.

As an electric vehicle, the Bolt EV ensures you never have to stop for gas. It’s got an EPA-estimated 259-mile range, so it’s well-equipped for city driving and plenty capable for road trips up to Milwaukee or down to Chicago.* Better still, you may be able to qualify for additional savings through Wisconsin state incentives.

Beyond all that, Kiplinger praises the Bolt EV as a great option for senior drivers because of its tall seats, flat floor design and large doors. With these components and the lack of a sill, it’s easier to climb into the cabin and get comfortable.

To learn more about the latest award-winning vehicles in the Chevrolet lineup, visit the Bud Weiser Motors website, and check out our vast selection.

*EPA-estimated 259-mile EV range. Your actual range may vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age, and how you use and maintain your vehicle.

Top Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Vehicle

Spring Cleaning | Beloit, WI

Now that spring is in the air, it’s a great time to spiff up your ride. Follow these spring cleaning tips to get rid of winter grime and help your vehicle stay in good condition.

Declutter your car

Remove all the cargo from your car, separating the trash from the items you want to keep. Once all your storage compartments are empty, you can clean them and then neatly store your necessities in them.

Wipe down the interior

Clean each console as well as the dashboard and steering wheel with a damp cloth. Be careful around electronics and remember to dry off the cabin afterward. You can also wipe down the windows and mirrors with a window cleaner and a towel.

Wash and wax

Give the outside of the car a thorough washing to remove dirt and salt build-up, and then apply a good coat of wax to protect the finish. The wheels take a lot of abuse over the winter, so be sure to remove and wash the hubcaps as well.

Vacuum the floors

If you have floor mats in the cabin, wash them off. If you have carpeted areas in the cabin, make sure to vacuum them. Don’t forget to also empty out and then vacuum the trunk as well.

When cleaning your vehicle, if you discover any issues with components, we at Bud Weiser Motors can handle your seasonal maintenance as well as the repairs and replacements you may need.