2018 Equinox Premier


 I recently got to drive the 2018 Equinox FWD Premier for a week and absolutely loved it. Not only did it have some awesome tech feature but it also offered a smooth and comfortable ride. The vehicle  handled seamlessly in turns and braking.

Style and function come together in the Equinox. Convenient solutions like the hands-free gesture lift gate was one of my favortie features, came in handy my hands were full with grocerie bags. The Equinox also offers ten advanced safety technologies to help detect and prevent potential hazards on the road. safety features like front-end collision detection, standard rear vision camera, The Surround vision feature gives you a virtual bird’s-eye view of your vehicle on the available 8-inch diagonal color touch-screen.


Here are a few family safety tips to help you have the safest experience when riding with your family.

Chevy Family Safety Tips
Never Leave a Child Alone – It is never safe to leave a child alone in a vehicle. Establish a routine to always check the backseat or leave your phone or purse as a reminder. Chevy’s Rear Seat Reminder can help remind drivers to check the back seat before departing their vehicle. No errand is too small or quick to leave a child alone in a vehicle.
Use the Proper Car Seat – make sure you have the right car seat, faced in the right direction for your child’s specific weight and height. Keep the fit snug, you should be able to get 1-2 fingers between your baby and the safety strap.
Secure Loose Objects – Unsecured items on the floor or in the seat can become projectiles, so the best way to keep your child safe from possible flying objects is to store your belongings in a trunk, storage compartments or with a cargo net.
Use Your Tech – Take advantage of your vehicle’s safety features. Available technology like Chevy’s Surround Vision Camera, acts like extra set of eyes and gives parents a 360-degree view of the entire vehicle perimeter, to help avoid any hazards.
Don’t Unbuckle – Sippy cups and pacifiers hit the floor, but resist the urge to unbuckle your seat belt while riding in or driving a vehicle. Pull over to a safe location to soothe any crying fits, but NEVER unbuckle on the go. Every passenger should be buckled, every trip, every position.