This week, AAA’s Car Doctor John Paul diagnoses a heating and air conditioning issue that only crops up after the car goes through the car wash.
Memorial Day is purported to be one of the busiest car-buying days of the year. Expects lots of strong deals as interest rates stay low. This year may be one of the best times in recent memory to buy.
College graduation time is here and all those fun-loving collegiate types are heading out into the big, scary real world. They’re also upgrading their old college beaters to something more befitting their new post-graduation lives. You might expect new college grads to take a conservative view on their new car purchases, but today’s grads are […]
Automakers and experts say that plug-in hybrids and range-extended EVs are misunderstood. We make the case that they are the future. What you need to know about this fast-growing segment.
A friend of ours once said “You can’t give a haircut over the phone,” commenting on how hard it is to provide good diagnostics remotely. But that’s what this dad did with his daughter, and they got their issue about 90 percent solved. Car Doc John Paul gets them the rest of the way home.
It’s graduation season, and a lot of former students are looking for their first car. When the time comes for you to buy your first car, here are tips that will help you put the right car in your driveway.
Side impact protection was not standard when many used cars were built. Here’s why you should consider it when shopping used.
The new Mazda Miata and Fiat 124 Spider have some quirks that buyers should know about.
Car owners are mystified by Xenon headlamps, but anyone with rudimentary skills and a few tools can replace them for around $25 each.