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, as new car sales are expected to break a 15-year auto sales record. It sounds like hype, but it’s not. There is an abundant supply of product on the market […]
How high on your list of priorities is fuel economy? Fuel economy determines how much gas you’re going to use. Not figuring this into your budget can be problematic when gas prices rise. Remember when gas prices jumped and everyone rushed to trade their big SUVs for smaller, fuel-efficient cars? Buy a fuel efficient car […]
The recent surge in leasing makes this a great time to be a used car buyer, especially if you’d like a little luxury mixed in with the low price.
Our story on a 1978 Chevrolet Corvette for sale with just 4.1 miles resurrects a perpetual question: Which cars available today would be worth putting into extended storage, banking on a time when the original sale price would seem like a bargain?
There’s more to buying a car than getting a good deal. Once you find the car and make it yours, there are other long-term costs, including car insurance. Figuring out the car insurance puzzle can be almost as complicated as figuring out which car to buy in the first place. Even if you already have […]
State safety inspections require that your reverse lights come on when you shift into reverse. This 2006 Toyota Tacoma owner’s stopped working, and the proposed solution involved a lot more than he bargained for.
One of the biggest considerations when buying a vehicle is its safety. No one wants to drive an unsafe car, especially when there are kids along for the ride. There’s a wealth of information available about a car’s safety, but it can be confusing. Here’s your guide to understanding crash test ratings.
If you were in a Hollywood action movie and your 2013 Nissan Titan started ticking, you’d roll out the door and let it crash off a bridge. Car Doctor John Paul has a better solution.
It seems like everyone I 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, reliable used car for your recent college grad for […]