A-Credit Auto Sales

A-Credit Auto Sales
A-Credit Auto Sales is listed in the Automobile Dealers Used Cars & Vans category in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. Displayed below are the social networks for A-Credit Auto Sales which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of A-Credit Auto Sales on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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820 Hobson Ave
Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913
(501) 623-2206
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The Delaware State Police lost one of their own today. Cpl. Stephen Ballard was killed in the line of duty, while serving his state. The Arkansas State Police would like to our send our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to the Delaware State Police family, as well as the fallen Troopers family and friends during this difficult time. #prayersforDSP

Get prepared Arkansas, today is going to be a wet one! Be safe on the roads and put the distractions away. Always remember the following tips when driving in heavy rain: #1 - Slow Down and Leave Room - Slowing down during wet weather driving can be critical to reducing a car’s chance of hydroplaning, when the tires rise up on a film of water. With as little as 1/12 inch of water on the road, tires have to displace a gallon of water per second to keep the rubber meeting the road. #2 - Turn on those headlights. It's the law in Arkansas to turn on headlights when visibility is low, and when the windshield wipers are in use. #3 - Avoid Cruise Control - This feature works great in dry conditions, but when used in wet conditions, the chance of losing control of the vehicle can increase. #4 - Don’t get in too deep - If water is covering the markings on the road, it’s too deep to drive on. You can lose control with as little as three inches of water on the road. And even if you manage to stay in control, a larger vehicle could push some of that water underneath your car, causing your engine to stall. 5# - Responding to a Skid - Even careful drivers can experience skids. If a driver feels their car begin to skid, it’s important to not panic and follow these basic steps: Continue to look and steer in the direction in which the driver wants the car to go. Avoid slamming on the brakes as this will further upset the vehicle’s balance and make it harder to control. Don’t panic, and avoid slamming on the brakes to maintain control.

#whyiwearthebadgewednesdays Corporal Jeremy Hughes Assigned to Highway Patrol - Troop B "Law Enforcement has been a passion of mine since I was a 13 year old boy participating in the Little Rock Police Department Explorer Program. I always wanted to be a part of the solution, and part of something bigger than myself. Sgt. Curtis Briggs was in charge of the program at that time and he was a great influence in my life. He guided me along the way early and taught me what it meant to be a Law Enforcement Officer. I joined the Marines in 1996 and served four years on active duty in the Infantry and Security Forces and finished my last year as an Instructor in Quantico, VA. Having turned 21, I knew that it was time to come home and begin my journey in law enforcement. I joined the State Police because it has that Esprit De Corp, that sense of pride and fellowship. I knew that the Arkansas State Police this was a family, not just a department. I completed my training in the Fall of 2000, and was assigned to Independence County in Troop B. I got to know the citizens of Independence County and found it to be a place that I could, and eventually would, call home and made many friends along the way. After 16 years, I have to say that I am both grateful for this opportunity and humbled by this experience at the same time. There is nothing greater for me than to aid someone in need, serve the citizens of Arkansas and be a positive influence in the life of someone who may not have that in their life. The State Police has been and continues to be an adventure and an experience that I would not trade for the world." #knowyourARtroopers

This week Partee Preschool in Brinkley is celebrating Arkansas Children's Week! The students get to go around town and visit businesses and fun places in their community. Yesterday while stopping in at the Brinkley Police Department, they met with Police Chief Ed Randle, some of the cities officers, and Troop D's Trooper Justin Williams. Trooper Williams let the students climb in his car, and turned on the lights for them to see. While they had the student's attention, the officers spoke with them about riding in their car/booster seats, and why it is important to always buckle up!! While there, Trp. Williams got the chance to hang out with a few of the kids he coaches in T-ball, so it was an extra special day for them to see their coach in his official capacity! Thank you to the Partee Preschool for sharing these pictures with us!!

TROOP B INFORMATION - The Drivers License Testing Sites in Batesville and Heber Springs will be CLOSED until further notice, due to examiner illness. If you are needing to take your DL test, you can take it in Searcy or Newport, or check our website for other site locations near you. If you have questions please call Troop B Headquarters @ 870-523-2701. http://www.asp.state.ar.us/services-and-programs/detail/driver-examination

TROOP D INFO - The DL Test Site in Wynne will be closed today, Friday, April 21st. Questions? - call Troop D HQ @ 870-633-1454

UPDATE: TROOP A TRAFFIC ADVISORY - I-440 WB @ 8 mm (Faulkner Lake Road in NLR) is BACK OPEN at this time.

TROOP A TRAFFIC ADVISORY - I-440 WB @ 8 mm (Faulkner Lake Road in NLR) is shut down at this time. We will advise when it is re-opened.

If you have any information in regards to Kira’s whereabouts, contact the Searcy County Sheriff’s Office at 870-4 twitter.com/i/web/status/8…