Should you rent your car out on Turo?

By now, most of us have at least heard of—and likely even used—Airbnb. The concept is great; let other people use your property and help pay for it. But what about doing the same with your car? It should work just about the same, but… it somehow feels a little different. Companies like Getaround and... Continue Reading →

Do you need a dash cam?

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 →

How to sell a car

In a country where the vast majority of us rely on cars as our primary transportation, most of us have to own one. And sooner or later, we find ourselves wondering—what’s the best way to sell a car? What should I be considering? If and when you’re trying to decide how to sell your car,... Continue Reading →

Is a Car Subscription the New Lease?

Netflix. Spotify. And… your car? Are car subscriptions the new leases? Subscriptions aren’t just for magazines anymore. Have you ever wanted to trade out cars frequently? Only need a car for a few months at a time? Simply don’t want to be tied down for years with a traditional lease? Porsche, BMW, Mercedes, Cadillac, Audi,... Continue Reading →

Taken For a Ride: Can We Trust Car Makers?

There’s a disturbing trend in car news recently: scandals and cover-ups. One of the most notable and largest in scale is of course the Volkswagen emissions scandal—it first broke in September 2015, and has continued to expand. Last month, the fallout broadened to Audi and Porsche (both part of the VW group), whose German offices... Continue Reading →

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