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The Four-Wheeled Bubble

Bubbles are always obvious ... in retrospect. Here's one you might not see coming. The Car Bubble. People are taking out eight-year car loans. This is - or ought to be - alarming. The automotive equivalent...

Your Card Key

The latest thing is a “key” that isn’t even a fob - the thing which has largely replaced the physical keys that used to be the way you started a car...

Five Things to Consider Before You Buy a New Car

Never buy a car on looks alone. A sexy shell may hide a rough ride - or seats that make your back ache after 15 minutes of driving. Just as you'd (hopefully) take...

Reader Question: Breaking in Brakes?

Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Tom asks: How important is it to "break in" new brakes? My reply: It's more important to not wear them out! Most new cars have...

The Advantages of Being Car-Hip

People sometimes pre-emptively get rid of a car simply because it's "old" or "has high miles." Even if it's still running great - and hasn't given them any real trouble so...

Lincoln’s Future: Is There One?

Back in the mid-'90s, Lincoln was riding high. Ford's primo brand was actually outselling GM's Cadillac division, which at the time was purveyor of stolid starter caskets to the AARP crowd....

How to Find a Good Body Shop

Your car's got a wrinkled fender - who are you going to get to fix it? If it's not done right, the car will look wrong - and then you won't be...

Reader Question: Tenders and Chargers?

Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply!  M asks: Hi, I have been shopping for a battery maintainer. So far, I have about settled on the NOCO Genius 5 (or...

Reader Question: Ram 1500 Thoughts?

Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply!  Rick asks: I found out yesterday that my 2008 Ford F150 is pretty much done for. I was informed by my mechanic that...

Avoiding Problems With Newish Cars

You might be thinking about buying an older car as a way to avoid having to deal with some of the things that come with new cars, like it or not...
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