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.
Automakers first deployed these fuel-saving technologies on hybrids and pricey models. But you’ll soon see them on most daily drivers.
There are a lot of times when you should just leave well enough alone. This sounds like one of them to AAA Car Doctor John Paul:
Usually when someone tells you their car stinks, it’s a reflection on its abilities as a daily driver. This time it’s more literal.
We’ve got data on every car, truck, and SUV available in 2018 with a manual transmission, including the cost or fuel mileage penalty or reward for choosing it, and trim levels that allow a manual transmission.
As we’ve mentioned several times in the last few weeks, Americans have abandoned the sedan and have pledged their love to the crossover, an amalgam of the best features of both sedans and traditional SUVs. The trouble for many of us, though, is that $20,000 to start, for a 2WD, bare-bones economy crossover is a […]
Teens learning to drive may think that their parents are obsessed with safety, with an emphasis on the car you’re driving protecting you in a crash. But here’s one part of safety that gets left out: you could avoid risky roadside breakdowns by keeping up with basic car maintenance. Follow these procedures to check your fluids, and […]
Every car comes with a Warranty and Maintenance Schedule booklet that tells you exactly how frequently the manufacturer recommends you service your car. In the schedule, there’s “Normal” service and something called “Severe Duty”. If you live in a lot of regions in the United States, you want to follow the latter recommendations.
Our reader hits AAA Car Doctor John Paul with a question on the weird brake calipers on a Malibu Hybrid.