Shopping for a car for your student? Kelley Blue Book lists some of its top cars for students. Check it out.
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If you're keeping your car a little longer to save money, making regular repairs can save you a big bill at the garage down the road.
If you need your car fixed, it's tempting to go to the people who sold it to you. But is that really your best bet?
Is your car on its last leg, or does it just require some simple, inexpensive repairs?
Do you remember bench seats, ashtrays and window cranks? If you don't, you won't find them in today's showrooms.
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Keeping your car running right can save you money. And the right tricks can cut your maintenance costs.
If you're shopping for your first car, here are a few tips from Kelley Blue Book on what to buy, how to buy it and where to buy it.
Whether you just want to freshen the scent in your car or need to eliminate a horrible odor, an expert says there are simple steps to take.
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Before heading out on a road trip there are certain things you should do to properly prepare both you and your car.
It's time to test how well you know your cars. We'll show you a picture of the taillight of a car -- you guess what car it belongs to.
Check out some safety features you should have in your vehicle to protect both the driver and passengers.
Using less gas can save you money and help save the environment. And you don't need a new car to get better mileage.