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The sprawling fields and hilly landscapes of Tennessee beg to be explored. With such gorgeous countryside, it’s hard to resist taking an outdoor adventure. Luckily, there are plenty of parks and reservations in this state for fun treks and off-roading expeditions.

Whether you want to take your own truck for a ride through one of these locations, or just explore the hiking trails, you can tackle the terrain in any way you see fit. So, which park is perfect for you? Find out by reading our guide to the best Tennessee parks for off-roading and hiking!

Adventure Off Road Park

With trails that cater to both new and experienced off-roaders, Adventure Off Road Park offers everything you need for a race with your friends. This south Pittsburgh mainstay provides 500 acres of tumble-ready courses for your ATV.

Plus, you can bring your tent or RV to camp after a long day of riding. If you plan to stay overnight, you’ll be able to get ready for yet another day of whipping around with their available showers, bathrooms, and hygiene products.

Head to their Facebook page for videos of some of the events held at this off-roading playground.

Golden Mountain Park

 If you want a spot to relax before you hit the road, check out Golden Mountain Park. Here, the full gamut of off-roading trails and camping areas are available with the addition of other recreations.

With large lakes for fishing, as well as basketball courts, this destination has a little something for everybody. On top of that, the open spaces and pavilions serve as venues for weddings and other events.

Stop by their Facebook page to view pictures from other visitors!

Windrock Park

Located in Oliver Springs, TN, Windrock Park consists of 72,000 acres and 300 miles of off-roading trails. You can even rent an OHV with seating for two, three, or four passengers. That way, you can take all your friends in one vehicle. If you’d rather skip the motor and do the work yourself, the mountain bike trails provide 550 acres of room for your journey.

In addition, nearby Buffalo Mountain Wind Farm presents beautiful views of 18 windmills that rise 256 feet into the air.

Take a peek at some of the amazing grounds of Windrock Park on its Facebook page!

Wooly’s Off Road Club

Just south of Nashville lies Wooly’s Off Road Club. At this locale, all off-roading vehicles are allowed, giving you free reign to bring any of your beloved machines with you. And with the varied terrain offered here, you’ll be able to surge through mud holes, rocky ditches, and gullies without hesitation.

Furthermore, children under 10 have free admittance, so you can take your whole family along without emptying your wallet. Do you love nighttime rides? Consider taking advantage of their after-dark excursions during special events.

Get a taste of some of the other celebrations held at this park on Wooly’s Facebook page!

Thanks for reading our guide to the best Tennessee parks for off-roading and hiking!


This entry was posted in Ron Hibbard Toyota and tagged on 07/19/2017 at 4:40 PM

Want to make your taste buds sing?  Then scoot over to these top destinations for good grub in the “Music City.” With a record number of tourists hitting this town in recent years, restaurants have been upping their game to impress even the pickiest foodies.

So where are the top places to eat in Nashville, TN? Check out our list below to the most amazing spots for delectable fare in this funky city.

Gray & Dudley

Want some comfort food? Gray & Dudley is the spot for an upscale take on soul food in this 21st century Museum Hotel. The low lighting and hip vibe attract concert-goers and late-nighters into this adventurous outlet. Plus, their inventive cocktails give customers yet another reason to kick back and relax.

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Try the smoked catfish dip with house hot sauce and celery crackers for a taste of local Nashville cuisine. Hungry for even more? The bayou la batre shrimp entrée serves up some Creole flair.

Check out their Facebook for pictures of their dishes, but try not to drool on your keyboard!

Henrietta Red

 At Henrietta Red, you can spoil yourself with the stylish atmosphere and incredible seafood selections. They even offer an entire raw menu filled with all the oysters you can imagine. Or, opt for their main menu that serves non-seafood choices. Their bright, clean bar provides chic seating for a few oysters and a quick cocktail.

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You can’t stop here without at least considering choosing something from their oyster selection. If you really want to have your mind blown, choose the wood-roasted oysters with green curry and caviar. Keeping things fun is the name of the game in Nashville, so finish up the meal with a fancy Jell-O shot.

Stop by their Facebook page for special events, as well!

Nicky's Coal Fired

A great Italian restaurant is a requirement for every major city. Nicky’s Coal Fired presents unique artisan pizzas that are all cooked to perfection in their searing hot coal ovens. The inventive team also offers up fresh pasta dishes that’ll transport you to Italy with your first bite.

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The date and gorgonzola pizza is a must-have at this locale. Topped with pistachios and Vin Cotto, it’s a customer favorite.

Stay updated on this spots events by heading to their Facebook profile!

Slim & Husky's Pizza Beeria

At Slim & Husky’s Pizza and Beeria, you can customize your own pie to your liking and drink local beers to your heart’s content. The menu also provides signature creations specially made to please all your pizza cravings. On top of that, you can add drizzles or dipping sauces to completely cover your slice in indulgent goodness.

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 The P.R.E.A.M. pizza is covered in white sauce and the House cheese blend. To take it up a notch, spinach, pepperoni, pulled Italian sausage, mushrooms, and red onion top this pie. You can also get a side of jalapeno cilantro ranch for dunking.

Visit their Facebook for customer reviews and photos!

Urban Cowboy Public House

Behind the Urban Cowboy B&B sits Urban Cowboy Public House. This rustic outpost offers a menu that changes daily depending on what’s in season and available at local markets. Their creative cocktails cannot be missed with seating at the wood-covered bar.

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You can expect new menu selection each time you visit this hotspot, but one entrée that’s continually raved about it the cowboy chili with cornbread. Paired with a basil gimlet, this meal is truly warming.

Stop by this B&B’s Facebook page to see photos of this unpretentious watering hole!

This entry was posted in Ron Hibbard Toyota and tagged on 07/19/2017 at 4:36 PM

When discussing the most popular American hockey teams, a few that come to mind are the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Boston Bruins, and the Chicago Blackhawks. But after this season, it appears that a new contender is in town.

While the Nashville Predators didn’t end up achieving their ultimate goal in the Stanley Cup Finals, they did give the Penguins a run for their money. Their incredible 2016-2017 season wrapped up with an overall record of 41-29-12. Plus, defensemen like P.K. Subban have secured a hopeful future for next year.

With this overview of the Nashville Predator’s successes, we’ll help you drill down and get a closer look at the details of what makes this team so special and how it’s changed Nashville. Get ready to gear up for an amazing 2017-2018 season and continue reading below!

Road to the Stanley Cup

Like most sports, once a team has had a taste for the possibility of victory, they’re more determined than ever to ensure that they’re the last ones standing in the next match. Following their loss of the Stanley Cup, the Nashville Predators have wasted no time in preparing for next season. With the incredible skill of goaltender Pekka Rinne, the team is confident that they’ll make it to the top all over again.

 Due to an injury that had him out for the final games of last season, centerman Ryan Johansen is eager to get healed up and back on the ice. And with captain Mike Fisher leading them down the road, the Preds are sure to secure their chance at the Stanley Cup once again.

A Passionate Fan Base

After years of longing for a reason to get hockey-obsessed, the fans in Nashville turned out in hoards to support their team during the 2016-2017 season. The energy of this town created an entirely new type of hockey enthusiast and, with the promise of a new year, the thrilling vibe within the stadium will only continue to grow.

The ardent followers of the Nashville Predators only spur this dynamic team to push harder for the win. In a city where college football has reigned supreme, the streets are now flooding with navy blue and gold jerseys. With the national recognition that the Preds have received, Nashville has only gotten more lively and boisterous. Their hope and Southern hospitality has every fan ready for October.

A Different Kind of Hockey Town

What happens when you bring hockey to a Southern town? Well, some pretty amazing things. The blending of this city with ice hockey has created unique traditions that can only come from letting a relationship build organically.

For starters, the fans throw catfish on the ice after the national anthem for good luck. The catfish represents the town’s roots and their appreciation of all things wild and uncommon. On top of that, the jerseys are embroidered with piano keys on the inside collar, hailing the Music City’s reason for being.

Needless to say, the Nashville Predators have given this town a rip-roaring, ice hockey-loving atmosphere that’s sure to last a lifetime. So, when the Preds play their first game this fall, be sure to tune in to see all the heart-pounding action. 

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Ron Hibbard Toyota | Services | Gallatin, TN 

When you own a car, no matter the brand, size or style, you have to stay on top of routine maintenance services in order to keep it in good running condition. While this may seem pretty straight forward, many car owners make mistakes when it comes to the maintenance they provide for their cars. It's not that anyone intends to not service their car correctly, but it isn't always easy to have preventative maintenance performed regularly. A lack of time, a lack of money... Whatever the reason, life happens and our cars can take a backseat to other “more important” things.

Luckily, we're here to help! To help you better prioritize and plan your car's maintenance services, here is a list of the top three automotive maintenance mistakes one can make and how to avoid them.

Ignoring the Check Engine Light

As you know, your car has a number of warning lights that will spring to life on your dashboard to draw your attention to potential problems that are happening. Unfortunately, warning lights can be all too easy to ignore – even when it's the check engine light. This is because if your car appears to be running fine, a simple warning light is easy to dismiss. Yes, there is always a chance that a warning light, even the check engine light, doesn't mean there is a problem. But, be that as it may, there is also always a chance that a warning light could mean big trouble's ahead.

If your check engine light comes on, don't ignore it! To best avoid potentially serious and costly problems, have your car checked by a professional as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the higher the risk of more extensive damage and repair costs.

Skipping Oil Changes

All cars require one very important thing to run – motor oil. This is why having your car's oil changed regularly is of utmost importance. Even though oil changes only take a few minutes and are also on the low-end in terms of costs for automotive maintenance services, many go much longer than they should between oil changes. In fact, some even ignore changing it altogether. Well, we're here to tell you that skipping, or altogether avoiding, oil changes is a costly mistake. Here's why:

Your car's engine needs motor oil to lubricate all of its important parts. Without a continuous supply of fresh oil, engine parts bump and scratch against each other until they ultimately become damaged and seize up. Another reason your car's engine needs motor oil is to help cool it down. Engines get incredibly hot, and without oil to help draw some of this heat away, the engine will burn up. Engine repairs are time-consuming, expensive, and something you definitely don't want to deal with. So be smart and ensure you have your car's oil changed as often as your owner's manual, or a trusted mechanic, states.

Not Checking Fluids

Cars are made up of many components – large and small. Each acts as a vital element that's needed in order to keep your car functioning as it should. Sure, you probably know your car needs fluids like motor oil and gasoline, but there are several other fluids that need to be checked, replaced, and/or topped off. They include: transmission fluid, engine coolant, power steering fluid, and brake fluid. By checking all fluid levels and having them serviced as recommended by your vehicle's manufacturer, you will avoid leaks, as well as keep your car running properly.

For more information on these three services, and for other preventative maintenance, visit our dealership – serving Gallatin, Madison and Nashville, TN.

This entry was posted in Ron Hibbard Toyota and tagged Service, Ron Hibbard Toyota, on 05/16/2017 at 8:43 PM

 Ron Hibbard Toyota | Toyota Service Department | Gallatin, TN

Having a car may seem like no big deal, but if you've ever actually owned one, you know this is far from true. For starters, you have to pay your monthly payments and drive with great care to avoid fender benders and other accidents. Other important aspects of owning a car include providing it with routine maintenance and repairing any problems it may have, quickly and efficiently. Unfortunately, maintaining your vehicle can prove more difficult than anticipated at times. After all, life is busy and money can be tight – both reasons that vital maintenance services can be pushed aside or completely ignored. But let it be known, in order for your car to work properly, preventative maintenance is required. This blog will inform you about the tire maintenance your car requires to keep you safe on the road.

Check Tire Pressure

One of the easiest maintenance services you can provide your car with is to check the tires for proper air pressure. But as easy as this service is, it is also one of the most ignored. A simple glance at your tires will tell you if you have a flat, but this doesn't ensure they are properly inflated with the correct air pressure. An inadequate supply of air can cause your car to not handle as well when driving, and it can also make fuel economy decrease, causing time and money to be wasted on fill-ups.

There are a number of reasons why tires lose air pressure, like running over potholes. A change in the temperature outside also has a negative effect on tire pressure. To avoid a flat tire, poor gas mileage and other problems, check your tires at least once a month to ensure they are properly inflated. Also check them before any trip that will have your car running for over an hour.

Inspect Tire Treads

As important as it is to keep your tires properly inflated, it is just as crucial to ensure they have good treads. So what exactly are tire treads, and what purpose do they serve? If you look at your tires, you will notice there are deep grooves that encircle their exterior. These grooves, or dents, are actually treads. No, treads aren't just for looks; they really do serve a purpose. And it's important to check your treads on a regular basis.

The purpose of treads is to help your tires grip the road. Without adequate tread depth, tires lack the traction they require to keep you safe. Instead of gripping the roadways, they will slip – especially in wet, icy or snowy conditions. For the average driver, tire treads should last several years. Once they run out, though, tires should be replaced quickly to avoid dangerous problems on the road.

Don't Ignore TPMS Light

If you own a car, you know that it comes with many different warning lights that will ignite in order to inform you of a potential problem. But did you know that one of these lights is a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)? The TPMS light serves as a warning system that informs you when one or more of your tires is deflated beyond what is considered safe by your vehicle's manufacturer. If this light activates while driving, you should pull over somewhere safe – preferably the nearest gas station – and check your tires. If your tires are, in fact, losing air, go ahead and add more. If you have a flat tire, follow the necessary steps to replace it with a spare. If your TPMS indicates a loss of air pressure but when you check your tires they prove to be fine, then you may need a TPMS sensor replacement.

For more information on tires, and for all your automotive needs, visit our dealership – serving Gallatin, Madison and Nashville, TN.

This entry was posted in Ron Hibbard Toyota and tagged Toyota Service Department, Ron Hibbard Toyota, Gallatin, TN on 05/14/2017 at 9:55 PM

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