Idaho is actually in the Top 5 states in the country with the most used car dealerships per capita. And, kind of interesting, but there are apparently more used car dealerships in Idaho than ever before, but the number of used car dealership’s employees is steadily decreasing.
I saw an interesting post the other day from a San Francisco news organization sharing what their most popular vehicle is (Honda Civic) and it made me really curious to know what Idaho’s most popular vehicle is. Surely, it’s gotta be a truck, right?
I currently commute to Boise every morning from Nampa, and that drive takes me about 35 minutes. The drive home can be over an hour long sometimes, depending on whether or not I beat the rush and what time I can actually get on the road. If I beat the rush, it’s about a 25-minute commute, and that doesn’t seem too bad.
With the recent snowy weather, I’ve unfortunately seen way more people stranded on the side of the road. Thankfully, we live in Idaho where there are a lot of people willing to pull over and lend a helping hand. So, many of the people I’ve seen on the side of the road have had trucks pull over to either help them fix the problem or tow the vehicle away.
It's one of those questions that will eat at you until you know the answer. I couldn't stand it so I clicked on the article, and this is what I found out about the fuel doors on our vehicles, and why we don't have them all on the same darn side!