How Road Construction Can Affect Your Community

Keeping the roads fit for travel is essential in our society. That means that you will probably come in contact with road construction at some point. It doesn’t matter if you are in a car, walking on the sidewalk, or even a storefront business owner: road construction affects everyone in the community in both positive […]

Defensive Driving on Rural Roads

Indiana has some great cities, but there’s a lot more rural farmland and county roads than there are highways linking everything together. Those country roads may not always be in the best shape, and different weather can make driving on them much more difficult than you may experience on a highway. Plus, the deeper into […]

To Rust-Proof, or Not to Rust-Proof?

Rust on a vehicle is never a good thing. Rust occurs when iron, which is in steel, and oxygen mix with moisture. Rust will eventually disintegrate metal and has the potential to destroy your vehicle. To help keep rust at bay, some car owners choose to rust-proof their vehicles.   What is Rust-Proofing? There are […]

30 Years in Franklin for Bradley Hubler Chevrolet

Staying in business is about adaptability.  This year, Bradley Hubler Chevrolet is celebrating 30 years in business in Franklin, Indiana.  But the story of the dealership goes far beyond that.  It started as a livery stable! In 1907, Alexander’s Livery Stable housed and sold horses.  As modern modes of transportation became commercially available, it only […]

Why Indianapolis Loves the Indy 500

Why Indianapolis Loves the Indy 500 The Indy 500 made its racing debut in 1911 and has long since been a major point of pride and anticipation for Indianapolis and racing fans around the country. As the world’s greatest single day sporting event, the Indy 500 draws a huge crowd of visitors to Indianapolis each […]

Keeping the Indy Speedway Up to Snuff

Every year in May, the rubber meets the road: The Indianapolis 500 takes place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Of course, the rubber meets the road a lot of other times throughout the year as well, with other races (like NASCAR’S Brickyard 400) and a number of events that are held every year on the […]

Indy 500 Activities This Week

- Guest contributor Brooke Hubler is the General Manager of Hubler Chevrolet in Indianapolis, Indiana.  As the third generation of the Hubler Automotive family, Brooke brings a lifetime of experience and a well-rounded education from Sarah Lawrence College to her dealership.  She helped launch the group’s online presence with DriveHubler.com and continues to bring innovation to the 10 location Hubler Automotive Group. […]

Memorial Day in Indianapolis

May is an exciting month in Indianapolis.  The Pacers are having a great run in the playoffs, and the Indy 500 and Memorial Day are right around the corner. As Memorial Day draws closer, most of us anticipate a day off to spend with family, or we may look forward to cultural events hosted by […]

Bradley Hubler Chevrolet Grand Re-Opening

BRADLEY HUBLER CHEVROLET CELEBRATES GRAND RE-OPENING, 30 YEARS IN FRANKLIN ON JUNE 1, 2013 One of Franklin’s biggest employers is celebrating 30 years in business in 2013.  That business also underwent a major renovation that turned a dated façade and structure into a state-of-the-art facility.  Bradley Hubler Chevrolet on US 31 has endured the ups […]

The 2013 Indy Car

The world of racing is always changing, and those changes often make IndyCar racing more exciting. The 2012 racing seasons brought the new ICONIC plan (Innovative, Open-wheel, New, Industry-relevant, Cost-effective) to IndyCar that will continue to make changes to the cars over the years. For now, though, many of the changes have been focused on […]