Most fun cars you can buy for under $10k

There is a common misconception about the most fun cars, that you need to spend big bucks in order to own a cool, fun, or interesting performance-oriented car. The prevalence of this misconception should come as no surprise, as big dollar supercars tend to dominate auto news and media. In reality, however, you don’t need... Continue Reading →

REAL ID: new deadline and what you need to know

We’ve all been hearing about REAL ID for the past couple of years. It’s an ID card or driver license that is also a federally recognized form of identification. That extra security means that the application and verification process is a lot more involved than just renewing a regular license, and REAL ID appointments were... Continue Reading →

Modern cars most likely to become collectible

Cars are what’s generally known as a ‘depreciating asset’. They’re not an investment, they’re going to be worth less as time goes on. But there are a few exceptions—the ones that are rare and/or particularly prized among enthusiasts and likely to become collectible. They may not depreciate at the same rate as most cars, and... Continue Reading →

Buying a certified pre-owned car: is it worth it?

If you’re like me, you probably spend a more-than-reasonable amount of your free time perusing car listing sites just to see what’s out there. Or, perhaps you’re actually in the market for your next car. Whichever the case, chances are that you’ve come across the term “Certified Pre-Owned,” frequently abbreviated as CPO. CPO is a... Continue Reading →

Motor oil for your car: what you need to know

Motor oil is basically the lifeblood of your car’s engine. It serves as lubricant for all wearing surfaces, and without it, your engine will seize and be permanently damaged, if not destroyed. As important as oil is, equally important is the type of oil you use. There are several different types, and you have to... Continue Reading →

The best cars for dog lovers

After sheltering in place for a year, if you didn’t have a dog going into the pandemic, there’s a good chance you have one now. And your dog probably hasn’t spent much—if any—time alone, since you’ve been home most of the time. So you’re going to want to take your best friend with you everywhere.... Continue Reading →

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