Great Car Games To Play On Road Trips












School is about to begin which means one last road trip for the summer season for many families. As much as we enjoy the planning and the anticipation of the trip, often the most dreadful leg of the trek is the long drive back home. The return trip can seem even longer if you have kids throwing the classic “are we there yet?” line at you. For those who are driving vehicles that aren’t equipped with DVD players or individual charging stations for digital devices, here are some suggestions for non-digital time-killing fun:

The License Plate Game

This one is another fun one, the longer the road trip, the better, for this game. The rules here are simple again- there are 50 U.S. states, all of which have their own unique license plate. The goal of the game is to spot cars containing 1 of each state license plate. Some are obviously easier than others, depending on which states you’re passing through. I think I’ve only completed this game once in my life. As you can guess, the two hardest to spot are Alaska and Hawaii – but they do exist, I swear!

The Alphabet Game

This one is definitely one of the easier games to complete, usually. The goal of this game is to spot words on billboards, shop signs, or cars for each letter of the alphabet. One person starts with the letter ‘A’ and the responsibility is then passed on letter-by-letter, person-by-person as each letter in the alphabet is crossed off. The most difficult letters for this one are usually toward the end of the alphabet, so you might have to help other players who might get stuck!

The Windmill Game

I might be alone in this, but growing up I’d often visit my grandparents’ house out in rural Texas. Somewhere along the way we started playing what I call the ‘Windmill Game’. The rules are simple- whenever you spot a windmill, you shout out “Windmill!” – earning you 1 point. By the end of the trip, whomever has the most points, wins! Looking back, we made a game out of this so that I’d spend my time looking out the window for windmills (of which there were plenty) instead of worrying about how much longer we were going to be in the car. A great game to play, especially if you’ll be passing by ranches and farms!

No matter where, or how far your road trip is, Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC has tons of great vehicles to choose from for all sorts of adventures. Discover your next adventure by test driving any new Chevrolet, Buick or GMC today!

Money Saving Tips on Car Insurance


Ugh. Insurance, right? What a pain. What a nuisance. What an expense!

The bad news is, if you drive a car, you have to have insurance. Not having it is very much against the law, and will get you into a great deal of trouble if you get caught without it.

The good news is, insurance doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Here are a few things you can do to reduce your monthly car insurance payment.

Carry Liability Only

It’s surprising how many people don’t seem to know this, but you aren’t required by law to carry coverage on your vehicle itself. You can have “liability” coverage, which essentially covers you, the driver, if you cause a wreck that damages somebody else’s car. The insurance company won’t pay for repairs on your vehicle, but you’ll stay out of hot water with the law and the other driver.

Now, there is a caveat to this. If you still owe money on your car, your lending institution will probably require you to carry comprehensive coverage on it until it is paid off.

Raise Your Deductible

Buying insurance is essentially a matter of making a bet. The higher your deductible, the more confidence you’re showing in your ability to avoid a collision. Well, the insurance company is making the same bet, so the lower your deductible, the higher your premium will be, and the higher your deductible, the lower your premium will be.

There is no way to “win” here, but if monthly expenses are your biggest priority, then it makes sense to opt for a higher deductible/lower payment.

Find the Discounts

Discounts vary depending on your insurance company, but drivers can often find discounts for things like taking the bus, for driving under certain mileage thresholds and taking defensive drivers courses.

Look through your insurance company’s website. There is probably a discount for you.

Watch Your Credit

Your credit score isn’t just used for evaluating your risk as a borrower of money. Some companies — and insurance companies are among them — use your credit score to make a judgment about your general reliability, like, as a person. Your credit score is a factor in your insurance premium, so it is a good idea to make sure it’s correct, at the very least, and to work to improve it. Paying off outstanding balances, paying your bills on time and avoiding carrying large credit balances are all good ways to improve your score.

Of course, if your car is in bad enough shape that you’re not carrying comprehensive coverage on it, this is probably a good time to shop for a new one. Come see our friendly sales staff at Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC, and we’ll get you into just the right vehicle for your budget and lifestyle.

Fury Road: Tips For Avoiding Road Rage

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We’ve all been there.  You’re in a hurry to get to point “B” and it seems as if everyone around you graduated last in their class at the Stevie Wonder Driving School.  Your schedule is packed with appointments at all four corners of the city and it feels like someone has covered your car in ”I love driving 25 MPH” bumper stickers.  You’re late to your child’s music recital and 20 million of your fellow drivers are all suffering from a collective case of automotive cerebral flatulence.

There isn’t a person on this planet with any tenure behind the wheel of a vehicle that hasn’t lost their mind in one of our nation’s major metropolitan traffic jams at least once.  For as long as humanity has gathered together in large numbers and then tried to collectively move from point “A” to point “B”, there have been outbursts of frustration.  From horseback to horse powered vehicles, mankind seems intent on finding more ways to move faster while settling in the highest populated areas on the planet where moving faster makes for great fiction.

Because of the growing number of drivers on our nation’s roadways, the number of road rage incidents seem to be climbing with each passing day.  As more and more stressed out drivers take their frustrations out on their fellow man, the automotive industry is stepping up their attempts to educate the driving public to both the dangers of and methods of avoiding becoming a perpetrator or a victim of road rage. With this in mind, Ron Carter Cadillac is happy to offer the following tips to help keep your commuting as stress and incident-free as possible.


According to the National Sleep Foundation, our nation is populated by a growing number of sleep deprived motorists. Full schedules and stressful situations are just some of the contributing factors to sleepless nights that most Americans suffer from.  Whatever the stimulus (or lack thereof) for the restless nights, most of us understand that with restlessness and stress comes crankiness, frustration, and even anger.  Now fill our nation’s highways with stressed-out, cranky drivers and you’ve got a recipe for a buffet of road rage.  The solution can oftentimes be as simple as getting a good night’s sleep. As difficult as that may seem, there are plenty of therapies, medications, and even exercises that will help even the most stressed out among us to get the rest they desperately need. Just imagine how different our daily commute would be if we were well rested. Now fill our highways with rested people and what do you see? Hopefully it’s a decline in road rage incidents.


One of the leading causes of road rage incidents is the frustrations associated with running late for work, appointments, etc. Obviously there will be times when circumstances prevent us from making a scheduled appointment time. But, if those circumstances are the norm instead of the exception, it may be time to learn some time management skills.  Trying to make up for a late start on the highway is a perfect catalyst for road rage.  There are many ways to improve our time management habits. One of the biggest steps to improving your drive time is planning ahead. Learning to plan for the next day’s schedule with a little bedtime preparation goes a long way towards alleviating the chaos of a typical morning. Laying out clothes or preparing the kids’ lunches before bedtime may sound like something associated with OCD, but you’ll be amazed at how much time you’ll save with just a little bit of preparation for the next day’s events.  Knowing the next day’s weather forecast will also help with planning a departure time that will allow for unexpected delays without all the rage.  In short, learning how to effectively manage time will go a long way toward reducing the stresses inherent in city commuting.


Yeah we know, that’s pretty blunt.  At the risk of crossing over into insulting territory, we acknowledge that when it comes to subjects of behavior modification, some truths are difficult to hear.  But the truth of the matter is many road rage incidents occur because most drivers believe their driving habits are the standards by which all other drivers are to be measured.  As ego-building as that belief may be, the fact of the matter is no one on the road is more important than anyone else.  If more people drove with courtesy and respect for other drivers, the number of road rage incidents would decline rather drastically.  Consider this tip as a challenge for personal growth and development.  Learning not to take things personally will go a long way toward improving much more in our lives than just our commute to and from work.  After all, we’re pretty safe in assuming there aren’t too many people who are proud of their road rage activities once they have calmed down and the ones that brag about their rage-fueled commutes generally aren’t very popular.  If your priority is avoiding road rage, choosing to keep a healthy, non-self-centered perspective on life goes a long way toward achieving that goal.


If you really want a perspective-shifting experience, record yourself driving in traffic.  Many corrective classes for aggressive drivers instruct their students to record themselves and teach them how to analyze their habits in order to curb road rage incidents.  Here are just a few of the analytical questions you may want to ask yourself as you listen to your recording:

Do you regularly speed in order to get to your destination on time?

Do you regularly tailgate other drivers, especially in a freeway’s “fast lane”?

Do you regularly use your lights and horn to communicate your frustration with other drivers?

Do you verbally communicate with other drivers despite the fact that they cannot hear you?

Do you regularly weave in and out of traffic in order to save time?

Do you regularly feel the need to set other drivers straight?

These questions are designed to inform, not rebuke or punish aggressive driving behavior. The idea is to pinpoint observable habits that fuel frustrations that can easily lead to road rage. Once armed with this information, the driver is left with some choices to make. Ignore the behavior or take steps to develop driving habits that will result in a much less stressful driving experience. As always, the choice for personal growth and development is up to each of us to make.


“All the world needs is love” John Lennon said and nowhere on earth is that fact more apparent than on our roadways. Of all of the tips we could give on the subject of reducing road rage incidents, this one seems the most simplistic.  And yet, if we can invoke another Lennon tune, just imagine what our highways would look like if people were just kinder to one another.  We’re not advocating everyone buy a VW bug and fill it with flowers to spread across the land. But, consider just how different the world would be if kindness was the defining characteristic of humanity.  At the very least the jails, hospitals, and cemeteries would be less crowded with the victims and perpetrators of road rage incidents if we could all just learn how to be excellent to each other.

Yeah, we know.  Road rage seems to be here to stay but if we all just put in a little effort to work on our perspectives and attitudes, especially when we’re behind the wheel of our vehicles, we can imagine a world where road rage incidents become the exception rather than the norm on our highways and byways.  In any event, we hope these tips will not only help you get to your destination with your sanity and self esteem intact but maybe, just maybe, help you learn how to enjoy the journey along the way.

Hurricane Evacuation Driving Tips











We’ve all seen what can happen when turbulent weather arrives unexpectedly. Thunderstorms can catch everyone by surprise but as all tenured residents of the Houston area know, the occasional thunderstorm is the least of our worries. The unfortunate reality about our region is the occasional visit from tropical storms and hurricanes. But the good news is those particular storms come with advanced warnings. So with hurricane season swiftly approaching, now is a good time to prepare yourself for a potential evacuation inland. Before you make your way toward the designated evacuation route, there are a couple of things you can do to reduce the stress of this event and help reduce the evacuation stresses while on the road.

Prepare Your Vehicle 

A well prepared vehicle is vital for any road trip, especially one where basic services may be suspended due to either high demand, or those that provide the services being on the road themselves. This includes regular maintenance tasks, such as monitoring the fluid levels and tire pressure. Beyond that, is is always safe to assume that a common problem will occur on the trip. One of the most common issues vehicles can face on the road is a broken belt. Replacing a belt is a relatively easy chore, provided you have the right tools and the replacement part on hand. Keep printouts of the replacement instructions in your glove compartment, just in case the local cell phone towers are overwhelmed by travelers. Keep all of this with your spare tire, and never have to worry about getting out of town again.

Prepare For The Road

After preparing your vehicle, it’s vital to remember that basic services may be unavailable during the trip. During hurricane season, it is important to always maintain a full tank of gas, in addition to keeping an emergency supply in your trunk (only during the evacuation itself). The reason for this is simple, there will be an exceptionally high demand placed upon existing fuel sources along the route. The possibility is exceptionally high that gas stations will run out of fuel before the last family has evacuated. By having a full tank, and a little extra in reserve, you can guarantee that you can get out of the worst areas before needing to refuel.

Prepare Your Family

Being able to make the trip is one thing, making the trip with your sanity intact is something else entirely. You and your spouse will be feeling stressed over having your daily lives disrupted, and the children will be restless and possibly nervous by the sudden road trip. The only way to prevent frayed nerves from turning into arguments is to plan ahead.

At the start of every season, create an evacuation pack that is stored in a secure place in your home. When it comes time to leave, all you will need to do is toss the pack into the car and head out. This simple act will save you several hours of packing, and allow both you and your spouse time to collect things of value without feeling pressured. This pack should contain everything from clothing to games and food. It is amazing how a simple distraction or a treat can help make the miles, and hours fly by without incident.

Keep In Contact

After preparing your family and your vehicle, it is vital to keep those that you will be traveling towards abreast of your plans. Make sure your extended family knows the route you will be taking, and provide them with regular updates, including contact information for any hotels you may stop at. A hurricane evacuation is stressful for everyone involved, regardless if they are on the evacuation route or not.

Before hurricane season is in full swing, make sure to stop by Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC for a visit to our service department. Our qualified technicians will have your car up and running in perfect condition in no time! It’s important to keep your car maintained during this time, because you never know when a hurricane might hit, and being prepared ahead of time could be the difference in a safe ride. Schedule an appointment today!

Common Sense Theft Prevention Tips For Your Vehicle

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Every year there are billions, yes you heard that right…billions of dollars worth of personal items and accessories stolen from vehicles. These items can range from a pair of sunglasses, to CD collections, to stereo systems and other valuables. Most thefts happen when you least expect it, but one thing you can expect, is for the thieves to be quick. Although there really is nothing you can do to completely stop these criminals from doing what they are going to do, there are a few things you can do to reduce your chances of being a target.

Lock Your Doors

The first step clearly seems like a no-brainer, however, 25% of thefts occur from unlocked vehicles! Whether you are just running in to grab a coffee or maybe you are just running up to return your Redbox, all it takes is a few seconds and a turned back to have your car broken into and your valuables taken.

Keep It Tidy

If you think that you are out of harms way because your car is cluttered with useless and invaluable junk, you might want to think again. One mans trash is another mans treasure, and just because you could live without that stuff doesn’t mean that you should want to fork out the money for a new window. Keep your car picked up and don’t give thieves a reason to believe they will be rewarded for their risk.

Put Your Valuables Away

This may also seem quite obvious, however you would be surprised at how many people leave things laying around. Don’t send theives an invitation to shop freely at your expense. There are some accessories that many of us have in our vehicles, and most of the time we don’t pay attention to the message that they send. Most thieves are experts in their field of work and are aware of all the tale-tell signs. So hiding your iPod in your glove box probably isn’t the best idea if your charger chord is plugged in and hanging out. If you can’t take it with you, make it seem as though it isn’t there.

Create Better Habits

When parking your car, make sure it is in a well-lit atmosphere and be alert of your surroundings. And if you can help it, try not to park your small car, in-between two large vehicles. When you head home, make sure that all of your valuables again, are put away and always take your garage opener, GPS, and other things that might look intriguing. Whether you are home or not, never leave your GPS out in plain-eyes-view. If the thieves really wanted to, they could track where you have been, and potentially find your home to do more damage.

Sometimes theft is unexplainable and unpreventable. However, with these simple steps you could be one step closer to being less of a target for auto theft and car break-ins.  Stop by Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC and visit with our knowledgeable and trusted to staff to get behind the wheel of a vehicle that has enough room and storage to keep your possessions stowed away at all times.

Ending Childhood Hunger One “Lunch Of Love” At A Time


You may not be aware of it, but there are thousands of children who depend on the food provided by their schools.  Just in the Rosenberg-Richmond area alone, over 87% of the children attenting Title 1 schools are on the free and reduced lunch program throughout the school year. According to Texas Department of Agriculture Commissioner, Todd Staples, “Texas ranks 3rd in the nation for food insecurity, meaning one in five adults and one in four children in our state are hungry, and that is simply unacceptable.”  While it is clearly advantageous to have public school programs that help feed a large percentage of the attending children, what happens to those children when school is closed for extended holidays?

That is the question that gave birth to the Lunches of Love organization.  This non-profit group’s mission is to provide free nutritious sack lunches during extended school holidays and weekends. Thanks to the generous help of supporters from all over the nation, Lunches of Love has grown over the last few years to provide hundreds of thousands of sack lunches to elementary studends and their siblings each year.  In 2012 alone, Lunches of Love provided over 186,000 lunches to needy children.

Finnegan Auto Group is a proud supporter of this charitable organization.  Just last weekend, Finnegan Auto Group joined other organizations and community groups in sponsoring the Lunches of Love Walk of Love & 5K Fun Run.  The goals for this event are twofold.  First to raise awareness of this growing need in our community and second as a means of raising funds to help this worthwhile organization continue to provide much needed nutrition and aid to those in our community who truly need help.

We sincerely appreciate all of our staff members and customers who helped us in supporting Lunches of Love and we look forward to continuing this partnership until the day this group’s efforts are no longer needed.  Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC and Finnegan Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM thanks you for your support and for joining us in helping put an end to childhood hunger one Lunch of Love at a time…

To Grandmother’s House We Go: Holiday Traveling Safety Made Easy


As hard as it is to believe, the holiday season is here and for many of us, that means one thing: road trip. While you’re making your plans to visit friends and relatives, Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC would like to offer the following suggestions to insure your holidays are truly happy ones.


Living in Houston has many benefits, not the least of which is the mild winters and the typically non-wintery driving conditions. Unfortunately, the lack of snow or ice on the roads can be a double-edged sword as most Houstonians do not have much experience driving in regions where winter comes with road hazards of every imaginable shape and size. So, before you set out on your journey to grandma’s house, be sure to prepare yourself for wintery driving conditions.

  • Plan ahead by checking weather forcasts and plotting your course wisely
  • In the event of any major wintery conditions, always remember main highways and freeways will always be cleared first so plan to use these as much as possible.
  • Make sure your mobile device is charged up in the event of an emergency
  • Be sure your vehicle has emergency supplies (batteries, first aid kid, road flares, etc) before you set of on your journey.
  • Above all else, be sure you are familiar with the many driving techniques and specialty supplies for driving in wintery conditions.


Yeah, we know. Making time for a nap when you’re getting ready for a family trip is about as realistic as retiring on your privately owned tropical island.  That said, nothing makes a road trip seem more like eternal damnation than driving while worn-out. While planning out your itenerary, it would be a great idea to schedule some downtime or even a 15 minute power nap before you start rolling.


Speaking of ‘power naps’, taking breaks during your road trip, especially when you’re tired, is a fool-proof way to cure bobbleheaditis.  We know the temptaiton of trying to shave off a few minutes from your travel time, but if the choice is saving a few minutes or saving lives, we’re pretty sure we know which side of the ledger you’ll want to be a part of. If your family is anything like ours, we’re sure they’d rather you arrive a little late than not at all. So, factor in some time for breaks or even an overnight stay at a hotel if you find yourself unable to continue on the journey safely. Better to crash at Motel 6 than anywhere else along the road.


Another safe driving tip, especially in the winter time, is to watch your speed. Giving plenty of time and distance between your fellow drivers is always a good driving policy, especially when you’re driving in unsafe weather conditions. As challenging as it may be to keep it under 80 mph, its always a good idea to maintain safe rates of speed. We know your family won’t mind if you didn’t break any land speed records as long as you arrive at your destination safely.


If the adult beverages are flowing freely at the family gathering, be sure to plan ahead for the return trip. Set a designated driver or simply plan to stay until you’ve recovered from the revelings. Traffic statistics have shown the average number of alcohol-related traffic fatalities rise over 30% during the holiday traveling season. You can prevent yourself and your family from becoming a part of those statistics by planning ahead and celebrating wisely.


We hope these tips will help you in your holiday planning so you can insure you and your loved ones have many more holiday road trips in the future. Just use your common sense and plan ahead and we can all have a very happy 2016. Your friends at Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC want to wish you and yours a wonderful and safe holiday season…

How to Get Better Gas Mileage

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Houston is notorious for its stop and go traffic, and Houstonians are known for their ‘speed-happy’ driving. Unfortunately for your wallet, both of these things factor in when it comes to getting great gas mileage. Let’s take a look at a few tips to help you save time and money with higher miles per gallon.

Drive Slower

This is about as obvious as it gets when it comes to getting better gas mileage, but it’s honestly the one with the most benefits, and the easiest one to take advantage of. Fast driving makes your engine work harder, and in-turn consumes gas much quicker.

Cruise Control

Nothing makes your car consume gas faster than it needs to than constant speed changes. When you drive long distances, use your car’s cruise control setting, this allows your car to maintain a constant speed, which helps reduce your engine’s RPMs.

Take Care of Your Car

Nothing makes your car perform more efficiently than proper vehicle maintenance. This means changing your oil on time, rotating and inflating your tires to their proper levels, and making sure your air filter stays clean. All of these simple maintenance tasks are directly correlated with your car’s gas mileage, and making sure your car is properly maintained will go a long ways at the pump.

Schedule a Visit Today

Don’t have time to do all of these maintenance tasks yourself? Drop your car off at our service department and we’ll make sure your car is up to speed and performing at its best. Schedule a service appointment with us or visit us online for more information today!

Dealing With Holiday Driving Stress


There are so many things to be thankful for that we spend this season being thankful for: friends, family, and the many memories you all to make. But one thing that is for certain is that millions of Americans will be out getting their last minute Christmas shopping wrapped up.

This procrastination brings on crazy traffic, and parking can be nothing short of a nightmare. If you are one of the millions of procrastinating Americans that are cutting it close shopping-wise, here are 6 driving and parking tips to prevent unnecessary added stress to your holiday shopping.

Eyes On the Road, Hands On the Wheel

One big thing you can do when it comes to your holiday shopping is map out your route. There are many mobile apps that will help you get around traffic by leading you to detours and less crowded roads. However, if you are using your phone and trying to drive your vehicle, you’re putting yourself and others in harm’s way. Leave the mapping and app-ing to a co-pilot or let your trusted, hands free IntelliLink take you were you need to go. On a day where traffic is heavy and people are more flustered and more rushed than ever, the last thing you need is an accident.

Here’s Your Sign

Using your turn signals and headlights on a regular basis is always a good idea, but it is especially important on the busy roads that the holidays have invited. Use your headlights, even during the day time and always use your turn signals when merging, switching lanes, turning into a parking spot and especially backing out of a parking spot.

Practice Patience

Being patient around the mall during Christmastime is easier said than done. However, something that you have to remember is that other drivers and pedestrians could be distracted as well. Make it your top priority to be vigilant.

Park Smart

Like we said before, having a vigilant eye will do you and the people around you a world of good. Backing up causes 25% of parking lot accidents each year; use your backup camera if you have one. If not, always look around in all directions. Plus, it wouldn’t do you any harm to have your passenger get out and lead the way. Beware of small children, carts, and other vehicles when pulling into a spot. Be considerate of the vehicle next to you, and leave them with enough room to get in and out.

With all of the people that are on the roads, regardless of how well you plan, you are bound to run into some unexpected hassles. Instead of using your better judgment, just use every single one of these tips every single time. It’s always better to be safe than sorry. If you are in need of a new vehicle to get you to and from or you simply need a vehicle with safety features and more room, we’ve got it all at Finnegan Chevy Buick GMC. Treat yourself to a new ride for the new year!

Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC
26529 Southwest Freeway
Rosenberg, TX 77471
(281) 725-6075

The Best Christmas Lights in Houston

best-houston-christmas-light-neighborhoodsChristmas is nearly here, and Houston has been lit up festively to help people find the spirit of the season within themselves. Everywhere you look, there’s another beautiful display to remind you that this is the season to bring you and your loved ones even closer together. When you’re looking for those activities and moments that will make the season memorable, going out to look at Christmas lights is a great way to find quality time.

You’re almost out of time to catch these festive displays, so where should you start? Well, here are the best neighborhoods to start your Christmas light search in town:

Prestonwood Forest

There’s probably no neighborhood in Houston more famous for Christmas decorations than Prestonwood Forest. What started out as a neighborly bonding (with maybe some competition sprinkled in) has turned into an un-skippable tradition for those in the Northwest. Nearly every single house is decorated, with each street revolving around a theme. It’s perfect for driving around with the family one evening with a thermos full of cocoa!

Shepherd Park Plaza

In the northern edge of Houston’s Heights, you’ll find this quaint neighborhood decked out with lights. As a sort of taste of the suburbs not too far from the city, you can easily swing by after work one day this week!

Zoo Lights

We may be cheating a bit as this is not a neighborhood, but it just can’t be missed! The Houston Zoo’s traditional Zoo Lights celebration is underway, and it is bigger than ever. This year, they’ve reached more than 2 million lights! So just head over, sip a hot chocolate, and experience the Houston tradition for yourself.

To get the perfect vehicle to help you experience everything the season has to offer, just come down Highway 59 South to Finnegan Chevy Buick GMC in Rosenberg. The friendly and knowledgeable staff of experts understands what it is like to have a family to love and bring together during the holidays, and they’ll be more than happy to help you find the best way to help your loved ones enjoy their lives and pursue their dreams. Come on in today!

Finnegan Chevrolet Buick GMC
26529 Southwest Freeway
Rosenberg, TX 77471
(281) 725-6075


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