We’re finally past Tax Day, and we wanted to take a look at some of the ways people lowered their tax obligation. One popular tax deduction is to donate your old car to a non-profit of your choice. National Public Radio has an excellent vehicle donation program that benefits member stations, and our friends at […]
According to CandyStore.com, a woman offered to trade her Honda Accord for Necco Wafers, the classic candy discs first produced by the New England Confectionery Company (NECCO) in 1847. The company recently announced that operations would cease in just 60 days. The announcement set of a wave of panic buying, leading the Florida woman to […]
It seems like everyone you know has a kid graduating from college, and their parents are thinking about ways to provide them transportation. If you follow everyone else’s advice, though, you’re into a car for $25k or more. That’s nuts. You can buy a safe, cool, fun, reliable used car for your recent college grad […]
We’re working with Car Talk, MIT and the New England Motor Press Association to extend the research we’ve one in understanding how comfortable American drivers are with autonomous technology. The MIT AgeLab is again presenting a survey that asks pointed questions about your experience, interest and knowledge of autonomous technologies. To entice you a bit, […]
Ah, Spring! Nature is in bloom, and so are the potholes on your ride to work. To help you avoid the scourge of a rainy spring, we’ve collected some of the worst we’ve ever heard of, along with some actual legit tips from AAA.
You know how this goes. You pull a thread on your favorite sweater and ten minutes later, you’re freezing cold, standing in a pile of yarn. That sums up my last few days with my 1965 Chevrolet Corvair.
You may have read the news this week that a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona was killed this week when one of Uber’s autonomous test vehicles struck her as she crossed an intersection. It could be the incident that puts the brakes on autonomous testing until policymakers, insurers, the legal community and state and federal transportation […]
With every passing year, automotive features that were once ubiquitous are relegated to the scrapheap.
AAA Car Doctor John Paul references his own legendary frugality in this response to a Hyundai Santa Fe owner. We’re pretty sure he still hasn’t spent his communion money.