Buying or selling a car is a big transaction—so scammers and thieves have come up with elaborate ways to exploit the process. Here are some of the most common schemes and techniques to watch out for, and the best ways to protect yourself. Title washing You may have heard the phrase “clean title” when referring... Continue Reading →
There are so many alternatives to car ownership—do you really need one? Here are some things to consider.
Tesla's led automotive innovation in a lot of ways, but will their bold online-only strategy be a boon or a bust?
The Fisker Karma is back, in a new incarnation—the Fisker Revero. Read our impressions of the new (but largely the same) Karma, here in our review.
In addition to all the holiday decorations, social gatherings, and shopping mayhem, November and December are also peak months for car dealer ads. “Best prices of the year,” they’ll say. And maybe they are. But just like Black Friday sales, it can be easy to get caught up in the hype, and then realize that... Continue Reading →
Close your eyes and think back to a small town in the 1960s. Look at the gas stations, grocery store parking lots, drive-in movie theaters; all you see are big, lumbering, gas-guzzling sedans. And probably a few muscle cars. But not an SUV in sight, most likely, and certainly no crossovers. Now open your eyes,... Continue Reading →
With a smartphone in almost every pocket, it seems that virtually nothing goes unrecorded anymore. And to capture things that happen on the road, while we’re driving, dash cams are becoming more and more commonplace. They can be very useful in certain situations… but do you need one? And if you decide to get one,... Continue Reading →
Buying a car can be a daunting task, and paying for it can be even scarier. But don't worry—we're here to help make your car buying experience as smooth as possible, from finding it to financing it. There are a few important steps that every car buyer should know, and they’re listed below so that... Continue Reading →
Buying a used car instead of a new one can be a great way to save money without major compromises. The biggest difference between buying used as opposed to new is the fact that a used car that's three or more years old may no longer be covered under the original manufacturer's warranty. Most new... Continue Reading →
When buying a car, you always have to worry about reliability, repair costs, and your car’s condition. But do you need an extended warranty? Typically, an extended warranty kicks in after the manufacturer’s warranty ends. The goal is to stabilize repair costs that would otherwise surge at random points in time. For many, this is a... Continue Reading →