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No matter how much you secure your car for a hurricane or severe storm, sometimes Mother Nature has other plans. Recent hurricanes have been raising havoc and increasing the number of flooded cars.
This week, hundreds of car enthusiasts will head out to the Monterey Peninsula on California’s Central Coast to admire collector cars and even compete for different prizes. If you’ll be in the area through Sunday, August 20, 2017, be sure to check it out.
Every car on the road has a car title, and we don’t mean “Duchess” or “Lord”. If you’re lucky, your car has a “clean” title. This means there’s nothing wrong with it, and it does not have any major damage.
Do you know what the true costs of owning an older vehicle are? Most people don’t. In theory, owning an older vehicle that is paid off is less expensive, but there are many hidden costs to consider.
Whether you drive a car, truck, SUV or van, when it’s time to start selling your vehicle, you want to get as much money back as possible.
Why spend thousands upon thousands of dollars on maintaining your old SUV? When you could get thousands in return for selling it. Why do we do it? It’s not for safety, and certainly not for mileage.
Of all of the once-futuristic technology now on the cusp of hitting the consumer market, autonomous cars are one of the most exciting — and most controversial. It’s easy to see why the thought of self-driving cars crowding our highways can incite both joy and panic.
Reliability is a surprisingly subjective topic. Everyone’s experiences vary greatly and some may disagree with our picks for the top reliable car brands. While what brands are considered reliable changes year-to-year, it’s important that you know what brands you can almost never gone wrong with!
Besides driving less, what can you do to save money on gas? Here are our top tips for getting the most out of your next fill up.