Mother’s Day is coming up soon, and perhaps you want to ditch the flowers or cookouts and make it extra special this year. But let’s face it: Good gift ideas can be hard to come by, and it’s important that a gift (especially an expensive one) be truly appreciated. If you know Mom well enough, you can certainly find a truly exceptional gift this Mother’s Day! But for those hard-to-please moms out there, here’s a list of “No-no” gifts to avoid, coupled with ideas that will genuinely warm her heart.
While it’s true that almost everyone loves puppies, it’s also true that owning a dog is a huge commitment of both time and money. To place such a commitment on someone without warning can be looked upon as extremely inconsiderate. In addition, selecting a pet is a very personal decision to make; even if you know what her favorite breed is, every puppy has its own personality; it’s best to leave that kind of a choice to the prospective owner. Continue reading
There you are, driving through I-90 from Spokane to Post Falls with a piping-hot coffee in your cup holder. Your smartphone comes to life, vibrating in its cute little cubbyhole. Of course, you let it go to voicemail and focus on the road ahead. Right?
With April being Distracted Driving Awareness Month, there’s no better time to emphasize the importance of your safety. From texting and talking on your cell to cycling through radio stations in search of a Best of the 80s hour, activities that take your eyes off the road can be dangerous. Don’t risk your life because you had to check a recent text. Instead, follow these tips to keep those pesky distractions to a minimum. Continue reading
With March Madness just around the corner, it’s time to do away with your normal bracket-creation strategy of choosing the winning teams based on their mascots. After all, just because you’re a basketball newbie doesn’t mean you can’t make educated guesses and take home the winnings from your office pool. At Knudtsen Chevrolet, we’d like to offer you some b-ball basics and definitions so that you can impress your coworkers. Here are 30 essential basketball terms you need to know in preparation for the NCAA tourney.
The 10 Basketball Basics
If you’re very new to basketball, you’ll want to start by understanding the game’s most basic definitions. Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we’re sure you’ve got some big plans to celebrate the evening with someone special. Or do you? If you’re looking for the right atmosphere to profess your undying love—please, no boombox-over-the-head exclamations from beneath an open window—here are some local favorites where you can do that and enjoy a meal. From Spokane to Post Falls to Coeur d’Alene, these restaurants are your go-to this Valentine’s Day.
Taste the Delightful Cuisine of Post Falls, ID
We may be biased in stating this, but there’s no better place to enjoy life than right here in Post Falls. We’re close to both the gorgeous landscapes of Coeur d’Alene and metropolis of Spokane, and have some of the most delicious food in the entire Pacific Northwest. If you’re looking to take your (and your date’s) taste buds on a journey this Valentine’s Day, look no further than the restaurants in our hometown. Continue reading
Although we’re always in the spirit of spreading cheer, December is the time when Knudtsen Chevrolet kicks it into full gear. When you visit our showroom in Post Falls this holiday season, you won’t be greeted with pear trees and partridges, but rather an incredible assortment of vehicles, Chevrolet specials, and many other perks. That being said, let’s start the Holidays off on the right foot with our unique version of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” carol. Feel free to sing along.
And the twelve reasons to shop Knudtsen Chevrolet:
12 Months of Deals
No matter the season, you’ll find amazing new Chevrolet incentives, pre-owned discounts, and service specials at Knudtsen. Whether you’re opting to lease a new Chevy Cruze, purchase a used car, or need routine maintenance and repairs, you can save money with us. Continue reading
Halloween has come and gone, which means that we have officially entered the holiday season. Between Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, we have a full docket of holidays to prepare for, and they are approaching rapidly.
Lots of holidays mean lots of family parties and huge feasts, but it also means lots of down time. Work will shut down for a few days around the holidays. If you are anything like us, if you’re not at Aunt Edith’s house stuffing your face with turkey and pumpkin pie, you will likely be parked in front of the TV flipping through the channels while you recover from your food coma. Continue reading