So you’ve decided to move on from your old car and buy yourself a new ride. If you’re a typical buyer, then you’ve spent an average of 14 hours online, researching the specs, prices, and even the dealership from which you’re going to buy. But if you don’t think about getting the most value for your […]
Our thought is that a masked hoodlum is making off with this Pontiac G6 convertible owner’s precious tire air under cover of darkness, but Car Doctor John Paul has other, more far-fetched theories.
After years of hesitation, car buyers have shifted their thinking to become more accepting of electric vehicles. A recent AAA study found that one in five Americans surveyed will choose an electric vehicle when it’s time for their next purchase.
For a long time, older SUVs were just that: Old. They got used and abused, and ended up horribly modified and trashed. But in 2018, vintage SUVs are picking up steam in the collector market.
For more than 50 years, the battle has raged on newsstands and drag strips all over America: Mustang vs. Camaro. Aside from touching off a debate regarding synthetic vs. dino motor oil, there’s no hotter argument you could enter.
When your Honda Pilot operates via computers, sometimes the old computer tricks work to fix them.
A friend in the Car Talk Communities asked a great question last week as he was about to purchase a used car:
Diagnostic codes from the OBD-II system are a valuable tool for determining what may be wrong with your car, but they’re just a starting point, says AAA’s Car Doctor, John Paul.
Last week, we posted a story on things taller drivers should be looking out for when purchasing a new vehicle. It suddenly became obvious that we should also provide some advice for those of lesser stature. We polled our smaller friends to find out their challenges when finding a new car.