by Lori Straus Most people buy a used car because of the lower cost. Although used cars have almost the same financing options as new cars, there are a few minor differences. Below we’ll cover five things you should keep in mind if you’re planning to finance a used car. Set Your Budget First Remember... Read More.
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by Lori Straus Although car safety has increased dramatically over the years, safety ratings still show some cars are overall safer to drive than others. In this blog post, we’ll share with you tips for evaluating a vehicle’s safety as well as a few recent listings of the safest cars on the market. What to... Read More.
by Lori Straus With summer on spring’s heels, nothing says outdoors and socializing more than warm weather, a bright sun, and clear skies. Unfortunately, the pandemic is putting a wrench in many summer road trips and other travel plans. But not to be undone by an invisible foe, several organizations are already trying to find... Read More.
by Lori Straus Road rage can range from laying the horn on someone to flipping them the bird to shooting them in the face. Road rage itself is not a legal term; it refers to a generally understood list of reactions that express anger toward someone else while driving. In this blog post, we’ll share... Read More.
by Lori Straus Finding a trusted mechanic to repair your car is important for not only the condition of your vehicle but also for your own peace of mind. Is the mechanic overcharging you? Taking shortcuts? Or being honest with you? Ideally, you don’t want to wait until you’ve been in an accident or need... Read More.
by Lori Straus What keeps you up more at night: that your child will eventually start dating? Or driving? For most parents, it’s probably a toss-up. Since we’re not in the business of advising on dating, we’ll stick to teenage driving in this blog post. At the very least, you can take some comfort in... Read More.
by Lori Straus Windshield cracks belong to that list of annoyances you know you need to take care of but that don’t appear so dangerous that they’re worth the inconvenience of looking after them. However, do you always need to get a windshield replaced? Is a fast repair enough? Let’s answer those questions. First Steps... Read More.
By Lori Straus Where would we be without tires? We expect them to carry us from point A to point B, stop our vehicle on a dime when we slam on the brakes, and help us safely navigate the roads. In fact, we rely on them so much that we even change them to fit... Read More.
by Chris Chase Despite their high profile in the media, electric vehicles make up a small percentage of vehicle sales. For the most part, that’s because many drivers aren’t sure if an EV would suit their lifestyle. But another thing that has hurt take-up is the perception that charging an electric vehicle at home would... Read More.
by Chris Chase Among the notable recent trends in the auto industry is a shift away from manual transmissions to automatics. These transmissions used to be more expensive and less fuel-efficient than manuals and often hampered performance. But today’s automatics, with anywhere from 6 to 10 ratios, are generally more efficient than stickshifts and perform... Read More.