Safety is a top concern for any car shopper. Here is a list of some of the vehicles that received top marks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for 2015.
Proper tire maintenance can prevent all kinds of road accidents, but drivers must be aware of the warning signs and ongoing maintenance needs to ensure driving safety.
When buying a used car, it’s important to know the vehicle’s history. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) can provide a blueprint to everything you want to know.
Wouldn't it be ideal to go to the car dealer and buy the perfect car at the best price possible? It is possible, but only if you know what you are doing.
Is the inside of your car looking a little dingy? Add cleaning your car’s interior to your spring cleaning list!
Is a high-mileage lease right for you? Find out here.
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Are you lucky enough to be getting a tax refund this year? If so, you might want to spend that money on a new car.
Maintaining your car properly can impact its performance and lifespan. Find out what maintenance should be performed on fuel-efficient cars.
To make the most of your next service appointment, take a look at some questions you should always ask you mechanic.
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.
Driving in the cold, snow, sleet and ice can be challenging over the winter months. However, some features in your car can make your commute easier and safer.